5-Hour Energy 400 Tickets
May 7, 2016
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series - 5-Hour Energy 400
Kansas Speedway - Kansas City, KS
5-Hour Energy 400 Ticket Information
The inaugural 5-Hour Energy 400 (formerly known as the STP 400) occurred in 2011, and every year since, there’s been more and more exciting action at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City. This Sprint Cup Series race has been a must-see since its inception, and always keeps fans on the tips of their toes with exciting finishes. Stars of the sport like Brad Keselowski and Denny Hamlin have made the exciting trip to Victory Lane so far, and this year’s event is sure to keep the intensity, so don’t miss out. Here’s more information about purchasing 5-Hour Energy 400 tickets from Vivid Seats.
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5-Hour Energy 400 News
Denny Hamlin Wins 2nd Running of STP 400
The second annual STP 400 went to Denny Hamlin, who took a late lead and never looked back en route to his 19th career victory on April 22 at the Kansas Speedway. Martin Truex, Jr., who had led for a majority of the race, finished in second place, followed by Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, and Greg Biffle. Defending champion, Brad Keselowski, finished in 11th place.
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View highlights from the 2012 STP 400 here: