Quaker State 400 Tickets
Quaker State 400 Ticket Information
Nothing compares to the rush of NASCAR’s top drivers blazing past you at break-neck speeds. Experience the thrills and smell the burning rubber live with a purchase of 2016 Quaker State 400 tickets. This invigorating race at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Ky., offers fans the chance to witness this 267-lap spectacle featuring stars like Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski, who have raised the trophy in triumph. You can see this year’s champion by hitting the “Tickets” link and choosing seats from our marketplace on the next page. By utilizing tools like the seating quantity filter and price range bar, finding the right quantity that fits within your budget is fast and simple, so when you find the ones you want, just click the “Buy” button to check out. You’ll need to create a Vivid Seats account, or log in if you already have one, upon which time you’ll be prompted to enter your shipping and billing information. After the transaction has been confirmed, we’ll ensure that your Quaker State 400 tickets are shipped as quickly as possible.
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Quaker State 400 News
Trio Vying for Repeat at 2014 Quaker State 400
The first three installments of the Quaker State 400 produced three different winning drivers, but the 2014 edition may very well give fans the race’s first repeat victor. The inaugural event was won by Kyle Busch in 2011, followed by Brad Keselowski in 2012, and then Matt Kenseth most recently in 2013, and roughly a month out from the June 28 running at Kentucky Speedway, the trio ranks amongst the list of early favorites. As May comes to a close, all three drivers rank inside the top 10 of the Sprint Cup standings, led by Kenseth at No. 2 (421 points), though with Busch in third (408) and Keselowski in ninth (361), it’s possible the gaps could close even further come the end of June.
Through events as of May 27, NASCAR’s usual suspects comprise the rest of the Sprint Cup top 10 paced by veteran Jeff Gordon, who sits alone in first with 432 points and one win. Outside of the aforementioned, the rest of the top slots belong to Carl Edwards (4th, 408 points), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (5th, 394), Jimmie Johnson (6th, 388), Joey Logano (7th, 378), Brian Vickers (8th, 365), and Ryan Newman (10th, 361). While most of the top 10 has secured at least one victory in the 2014 season thus far, Kenseth, Vickers, and Newman are still seeking their first, while Logano leads with a pair of wins.