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NASCAR Race Tracks – Action, Excitement, and Energy

Today, NASCAR race tracks come in a wide variety of shapes, lengths, and configurations. Whether you're a fan who admires the precision driving skills required for road course racing, or you love the thrill of

NASCAR Race Tracks – Action, Excitement, and Energy

Troy Bryant owns a website that provides information on getting most out of your race event experience, as well as facts and information concerning drivers, NASCAR culture, race schedules and various NASCAR race tracks.

Today, NASCAR race tracks come in a wide variety of shapes, lengths, and configurations. Whether you’re a fan who admires the precision driving skills required for road course racing, or you love the thrill of high speed ovals where the race cars reach speeds in excess of 200 miles per hour, there is positively a NASCAR track tailor made for you somewhere.

Currently, there are a total of twenty three tracks on the Sprint Cup circuit, consisting of three short tracks, two road courses, sixteen intermediate tracks, and two super speedways.

The shortest NASCAR race tracks are located at Martinsville Speedway and Bristol Speedway. Both of these tracks are ovals, and measure about one half mile in length. Fans love the short race tracks because of the close quarters racing, which often leads to damaged cars and tempers flaring between the drivers.

In contrast, Talladaga Superspeedway located in Alabama is a high banked tri oval which measures 2.66 miles. Average speeds per lap are in the one hundred and ninety mile range, and the fans flock waiting for “The Big One”. A multi-car crash often resulting in cars careening down the straight stretches rolling over and over, reducing quarter million dollar race cars to piles of rubble.

These days though, the cars are built safe. With safety measures like soft walls and the HANS device, it is very rare that a driver is injured. In fact, most drivers say that they feel safer in their cars than they do on the interstate highways.

Sprint cup racing’s popularity has soared over the past several years, and with that race attendance has increased to record numbers. Millions of fans attend events each year, and it is not uncommon to find attendance to exceed one hundred and fifty thousand fans for any given event.

Another reason that Spring cup events are so heavily attended is because of the party atmosphere that ensues throughout the entire weekend. Campers in motor homes arrive in the thousands, and many spend the entire weekend camped in the infield.

Between racing, tailgating, meeting the drivers, and concert performances by top name entertainers, there’s never a dull moment. This is what keeps the fans coming back to NASCAR race tracks, week after week and year after year.

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