Coast to Coast Tickets provides a wide selection of cheap auto racing tickets for all NASCAR series and auto races, as well as IRL tickets (Indy Racing League), Formula One tickets, and other racing circuit tickets. We also offer race schedules, seat locations, price information, race track diagrams, seating charts, and NASCAR tickets for every NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) event including the Sprint Cup Series tickets (formerly the Nextel Series), the Nationwide series tickets (formerly the Busch Series), and the Camping World Truck Series (formerly the Craftsman Truck Series) tickets. We are also happy to provide information about the USA Grand Prix tickets and other Formula 1 tickets. So whether it's race tickets to see your favorite drivers blaze down a speedway, dragway, raceway, off-road circuit, or road and street course, Coast To Coast Tickets is the place to buy cheap racing tickets.
Auto racing has been a popular spectator sport from the invention of the internal-combustion engine, but its popularity continues to grow with each new generation of fans. It serves a developmental purpose, as designers and engineers strive for greater speed, better handling, and improved safety. But for most of us, watching a race is just fun! At Coast to Coast we have auto racing tickets for all major styles of competition.
Perhaps the best known in America are the races conducted by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. NASCAR racing tickets will normally place you in the stands of an enclosed speedway. The cars (or trucks) involved will have the basic framework of the cars in stock at your neighborhood auto dealer, but there the resemblance ends. With topnotch professionals at the wheel, the cars at a NASCAR race may average well over 180 miles per hour, and at certain speedways like Daytona and Talladega, they actually need restrictor plates to reduce their horsepower for safety.
Formula 1 (F1) and Indy Racing League (IRL) vehicles, on the other hand, are specifically designed for racing, with open wheels and room for only one seat, to say nothing of their powerful engines. IRL races are run mostly on ovals, while F1 races, which are a modern-day development from earlier Grand Prix races, are generally staged on real roads closed to normal traffic during the event. Even though these events occur in Europe and all around the world as well as in North America, Coast to Coast would like to help you find the F1 racing tickets you want.
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