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Pennsylvania 500 Race Tickets from Vivid Seats

With a track located less than two hours from New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 500 tickets have become must-have for East Coast NASCAR fans. Vivid Seats is the ideal space on the web for race fans to shop for NASCAR race tickets due to our fair ticket prices and customer-first approach to service. We have tickets to all the big races on the NASCAR schedule and team of customer service professionals who are trained to answer any inquiry that might come up while ordering cheap Pennsylvania 500 race tickets.

At Pocono Raceway, The Pennsylvania 500 has been taking place since 1974 when it was known as the Purolator 500. Pennsylvania 500 tickets are being sought after by NASCAR fans dying to see who will be the point leader at the end of this season’s NASCAR Spring Cup Series. All the brightest superstars in NASCAR put on show as the drivers fly around Pocono’s distinctively designed turns and race to the finish line. Be in the stands to see which NASCAR star will be drinking champagne in the winner’s circle in Pocono with Pennsylvania 500 tickets from Vivid Seats.

Pennsylvania 500 News

2008 Pennsylvania 500 Information

The Pennsylvania 500 race is the last race of the year at the Pocono Raceway located in Pennsylvania. The first race of the season was the Pocono 500. It is being held on August 3rd, 2008 this year. Each of these races is much different than the other races in the NASCAR circuit as they have no title sponsors to deal with. This means they are strictly run by the owners of the racetrack. They are free to make their own decisions without the pressure of a sponsor.

The fans of the Pocono Raceway requested this decision be made in the year before 2007. In 2007, the race date was shifted from the traditional July date to August. This was to be able to change dates with the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard, the race before the Pennsylvania 500 race. The Pocono Raceway is known for its straight lines and tight curves. This two and a half mile lap will be comparable to a regular road course for even the most experienced of drivers. There are only three corners to maneuver through on this track for the Pennsylvania 500 race. This Pennsylvania 500 NASCAR race is one not to be missed out on. Buy your tickets today.