Kentucky Speedway sold out for inaugural Sprint Cup race The inaugural Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway is a sellout.
The race, scheduled for July 9, will be the first Cup event at the Speedway Motorsports Inc.-owned 1.5-mile oval, located in Sparta, Ky. The track, which opened in 2000, has expanded by about 40,000 seats and all 107,000 tickets have been sold, according to track officials.
There are still campsites available, and tickets for the infield pit road club and standing-room only are for sale.
“Selling out the inaugural Quaker State 400 with more than a week before the event is a great testament to this market and our fans,” Kentucky Speedway General Manager Mark Simendinger said in a statement. “Our packed stands will combine with overflowing corporate display, hospitality and camping to create an electric atmosphere as we make Kentucky sports history.”
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