Kentucky Speedway Seating Chart
Kentucky Speedway Ticket Information
The Kentucky Speedway opened in 2000, and was originally only the host for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, ARCA Racing Series, and IndyCar Series races. Nationwide Series competition was eventually added in 2001, but Sprint Cup Series action was notably absent at the Sparta, Ky., venue until 2011. Kyle Busch was victorious in the debut Sprint Cup Series race at the Kentucky Speedway and with the win, became the first driver to claim the top spot at all three major NASCAR events held at the track. Traditionally putting on races in both the summer and fall, the venue offers fans the chance to experience the action at different points in the competitive NASCAR season. A purchase of Kentucky Speedway tickets will ensure access to a first-class facility and the opportunity to witness some of the best drivers in the world.
Kentucky Speedway Seating Information
As displayed on the Kentucky Speedway seating map, grandstands begin at Turn 1 and extend past the start/finish line to Turn 4. Behind these sections, separate areas designated as "towers" (Kentucky, Indiana, Quaker State) offer additional seating for events.