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Allstate 400 Practice & Qualifying Ticket Information
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Allstate 400 Practice & Qualifying
The Allstate 400 Practice and Qualifying is a yearly 400-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup point's race that takes place at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana. The occasion when first took place in 1994, marked the first race other than Indianapolis 500 to be placed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway ever since 1916.
In 1991 September, A.J. Foyt pictured a marketable for Sears Craftsman tools at the Motor Speedway in Indianapolis. When filming at the garage part, Foyt, as well as Speedway president Tony George planned to take Foyt's NASCAR Winston Cup car for some laps round the way. Foyt was the first driver who drove a NASCAR stock car round the Speedway, and afterwards, George took a few laps himself. The occasion was not a straight decision for future race, although it caused some conjecture and interest for the future.
In March 1992, IROC drivers Dick Trickle and Dave Marcis tried at the Speedway. Dick apparently ran a lap at 162.799 mph. On June 22, 1992 nine NASCAR Winston Cup sequence groups were requested to take part in what was formally considered as a Goodyear tire check at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. On August 16-17, 1993 35 NASCAR groups participated in an open trial at the Speedway. Thousands of people attended, and several announcements were made. Lately retired NASCAR fable Richard Petty obtained a few fast laps, then donated his car to the Speedway museum.