As the racing season heats up, you'll be able to find Kansas 300 tickets and unbeatable seating options at Vivid Seats. Throughout the season, we'll maintain an updated NASCAR race schedule so you can stay on top of the biggest races of the season, including the Kansas 300 race.
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The Kansas 300 is a part of the NASCAR nationwide series that is due to take place on the 27th of September at the Kansas Speedway. Since the beginning of the NASCAR series at this venue in 2001, a few of the drivers have tried their hands at wining it again and again. But no one has yet come close to achieving it as of yet and the only family to win this race has been the green family with Jeff Green winning it in 2001 and his brother David Green winning it in 2003.
The race distance is for about 300 miles and the number of laps around the track not exceeding 200, a mark that most novice drivers try to develop their skills around. The Speedway itself is tri oval in shape with the length being about 1.5 miles and with a sharp banking of about 15 degrees at the turns. This makes the turns a bit dicey to navigate and they have sent many a beginner off. This particular race too has seen many name changes as well with the latest one taking place this year marking the transition from yellow transportation 300 to that of Kansas 300. The track, although completed only in 2001 is fast gaining a reputation to being one of the premier tracks in the NASCAR circuit. With the races being quite thrilling top watch here, almost all the tickets keep getting sold out every season, so if you plan to be one of the spectators to this race, it would be good to book them in advance through vividseats.com.