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Friday
Oct 24, 2014
9:00 AM
NASCAR Pole Day
Martinsville Speedway - MartinsvilleVA
Sunday
Oct 26, 2014
1:30 PM
Nascar Sprint Cup Series - Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500
Martinsville Speedway - MartinsvilleVA
Sunday
Mar 29, 2015
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series - STP 500
Martinsville Speedway - MartinsvilleVA

Martinsville Speedway Ticket Information
Named after the Virginia city in which it resides, Martinsville Speedway is arguably one of the most recognized amongst NASCAR fans. Opened in 1947, the track has been hosting Sprint Cup Series action since 1949, a feat that makes it the sport’s only current venue to have also hosted an event on the very first Sprint Cup series schedule. In addition to hosting an early spring race, Martinsville Speedway also makes an appearance later in the year during Chase for the Sprint Cup action in the fall. According to the speedway’s official site, Martinsville’s unique paperclip shape remains one of the legendary venue’s most iconic features, while its brief track length of .526 miles remains the shortest of the Sprint Cup venues. Don’t miss a minute of action this season, reserve Martinsville Speedway tickets for an upcoming race from Vivid Seats. Select the red button above to get started shopping, as you’ll be able to pick out items according to location inside the venue, price, or quantity. Orders will be finalized once the seller has confirmed the transaction so make sure all information is accurate prior to submitting the Martinsville Speedway tickets for processing. Personalized assistance is available seven days a week at 866.848.8499 or over Live Chat.

Martinsville Speedway Seating Information
Get better acquainted with the layout of the venue by reviewing the Martinsville Speedway seating chart on display next to the listings for each race. As mentioned earlier, the track is paperclip in shape with seating situated around all four turns, as well as near the start/finish line. Each respective section is named accordingly by tower, which includes the Bill France Tower, Richard Petty Tower, Blue Ridge Tower, Sprint Tower, and Clay Earles Tower.