Nascar Returns to Kansas Speedway, Truck parking available

Nascar Returns to Kansas Speedway, Truck parking available

The Kansas Speedway is strategically located at the intersection of I-435 and I-70 in Kansas City, Kansas, about 15 miles west of downtown Kansas City. This 1.5 mile tri-oval track is suitable for all types of racing. A road course was added in the summer of 2012 that winds through the infield. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns Oct. 5 for the fourth race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. The ARCA Racing Series will kick off the weekend under the lights on Friday night and the NASCAR Nationwide Series will race on Saturday. Parking for Trucks is Free but only Bobtails are Permitted. Parking for Bobtails is located in Lot 14 behind the hospitatlity tents off Speedway Blvd. 

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Nascar returns to Dover International Speedway Truck Parking

Nascar returns to  Dover International Speedway Truck Parking

The second race in the newly formatted Chase Season is at Dover International Speedway, home of "The Monster Mile". Built from the ground up by Dover Motorsports, Inc.(NYSE: DVD), Dover International Speedway continues to be one of the most unique venues on the NASCAR circuit. The facility is known for its concrete surface, severely banked corners and signature trophies, and is a favorite among fans and drivers alike. Dover International Speedway, known as the world’s fastest one-mile concrete oval, has been hosting NASCAR events since it first opened with the inaugural running of the “Mason-Dixon 300” on July 6, 1969. With a unique blend of speeds in excess of 175 mph, and banking of nine degrees on its narrow straightaways and 24 degrees in its sweeping turns, Dover has earned the nickname the “Monster Mile” for its tough nature on both man and machine. http://www.doverspeedway.com/

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Visit Nascar at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in your Semi

Visit Nascar at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in your Semi

New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Live Free and Race! For the 12th year in a row, SYLVANIA will sponsor the fall Cup race at NHMS, the SYLVANIA 300. The race will again serve as the second race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. Free Tractor and Trailer Parking is available. You will be directed when you arrive. This blog is part of a series of Nascar blogs that will provide ticket information, directions and big rig parking information for professional truck drivers to visit each race. We try to include the schedule of events, maps and any other info that may be helpful for truckers.

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Nascar at Chicagoland Speedway 2014 in your Truck

Nascar at Chicagoland Speedway 2014 in your Truck

Chicagoland Speedway, in Joliet Illinois, hosts the first race in the newly formatted Chase season, Sunday September 14th. Chicagoland Speedway is a $130  million, 1.5-mile, D-shaped, tri-oval speedway that annually hosts the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. It sits on 930 acres of land, which is large enough to accommodate 42 United Centers (home of the Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks). Chicagoland Speedway provides 500 acres of free parking for more than 30,000 vehicles. http://www.chicagolandspeedway.com/  Free Parking is available but Only Bobtail Trucks are Permitted. You will be directed when you arrive.

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Nascar at Richmond International Raceway 2014 in your Big Rig

Nascar at Richmond International Raceway 2014 in your Big Rig

Richmond International Raceway’s 2014 season finale takes place September 6th “under the lights” and features the Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. One of the most anticipated events of the season, drivers will be desperate for points and wins as this race is “One Last Race to Make The Chase.” Once the checkered flag drops, the top 16 drivers will be in The Chase. Richmond International Raceway, known as America’s Premier Short Track, offers night racing action and a commitment to the fan experience. 

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Nascar at Atlanta Motor Speedway Big Rig Parking

Nascar at Atlanta Motor Speedway Big Rig Parking

Atlanta Motor Speedway is located on 887 acres in Hampton Georgia. Just 25 miles south of Atlanta. It is one of the country's top sports, corporate, family and entertainment facilities. Since holding its first race in 1960, Atlanta Motor Speedway has become a premiere facility for multiple forms of racing in addition to a wide range of other events. In 1997, to standardize the track with Speedway Motorsports' other two 1.5 mile ovals, the entire track was almost completely rebuilt. The frontstretch and backstretch were swapped and the configuration of the track was changed from oval to quad-oval. The project made the track one of the fastest on the NASCAR circuit.

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Visit Nascar at Bristol under the lights in your truck.

Visit Nascar at Bristol under the lights in your truck.

Bristol Motor Speedway is known among the racing community as "The Last Great Colosseum". The popular motorsports venue hosts NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide, K&N East Series and Camping World Truck Series events each year. The Bristol Motor Speedway does NOT allow Truck Parking. NO Tractor Trailer and NO Bobtail Parking. Parking must be done at an off premises third party parking vendor (Contact Info Below). This is probably the least truck friendly event on the Nascar schedule. Not because Bristol dislikes trucks but because this is a huge event on back country roads with limited parking. Bristol is the ultimate race so, if your committed, we'll tell you how to get it done in a Big Rig.

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