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With the growing profile & fan following of NASCAR, the Nationwide Series has also elevated itself from its oft-criticized label of the second tier of NASCAR. The National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing now has the highest number of corporate sponsors for any motorsport in the latest Fortune 500 rankings, & the thrilling race quality has managed to whet the appetite of fans with NASCAR Nationwide Series Kansas Lottery 300 tickets. NASCAR Nationwide series is competed for by a number of drivers representing the 40 teams they are contracted to, plus the four manufacturers (Chrysler, Ford, Chevrolet, Toyota) supplying the stock cars. NASCAR is the stock car racing governing body in Mexico, Canada & USA.
Three major stock car racing series, operated by NASCAR, adorn the North American motorsports calendar. The Nationwide Series is a showpiece event along with Sprint Cup & Camping World Truck Series. Stock cars can be classified on three grounds. A stock car essentially is a car whose configurations have not been changed for race purposes. Street Stock cars use the least amount of modifications, Super Stock cars have engine changes allowing for more power, & Late Model stock cars are the ones used in the Nationwide Series since its origin in 1982. Drivers’ control & skill is tested to the hilt since these cars are heavier & slower than race cars used in Formula One. Also, slight contact between cars is generally allowed in NASCAR racing. The car specifications for NASCAR Nationwide Series are a major portion of the rules & regulations. Steel tube frames with safety roll cage form the chassis, while a 5.8 L engine displacement with 650-700 hp unrestricted power output & 4 speed manual transmissions make up a portion of the other specifications, along with a 4 Barrel carburetor & HANS safety device. Drivers from one of forty racing teams, each of whom have an owner, primary sponsors & a team chief, compete in 34 races over the course of the year & the leader at the end in terms of accumulated points wins that year’s Nationwide Series. Penske Racing are the current champions, with Brad Keselowski defending his title & Toyota holding the constructors’ championship. Winners receive cash prizes & points for every race. Elimination of the “buschwhackers” has become a priority this season with new rules & regulations. These drivers kept an eye on majorly competing in the weekend’s Sprint Cup race, & only raced in the Nationwide Series race (traditionally held a day before) to get used to the track. A new ruling, enforced this year, makes sure drivers would compete in only one series of their choosing every year. Also, with the advent of Car of Tomorrow, the Nationwide’s car has undergone modifications which make its handling different from a Cup car.
Kansas City, Kansas’ famous speedway will host a sizzling race this October. Opened in 2001 with architecture by HNTB, it is located on 400 Speedway Blvd, & host races from each of the three tiers of NACSAR plus the ARCA 150 race. The race’s earlier names include Mr. Goodcents 300, United Way 300, & Yellow Transportation 300. NASCAR Nationwide Series Kansas Lottery 300 tickets for the 81,687 available seats have seen selling out in quick time in the past, & fans haven’t been disappointed by the great feats of legends like Jeff Green, whose breathtaking race time in the inaugural 2001 race is still a track record.
Belgian-American brewing company Anheuser-Busch was the first sponsor of the Nationwide Series in 1982, switching the name to Busch Series & then Busch Grand National. In 2007, Busch stopped its sponsorship & Nationwide Insurance stepped in, renaming the series. The Nationwide Series has a huge fan base with live broadcasts in USA, Canada, Latin America, & Australia.
With the new anti-buschwhacker legislation, the Nationwide Series is enjoying a fresh lease of life with dedicated drivers. The pitched battles never die down, & fans will be hoping for full-throttle action. The mania is only a NASCAR Nationwide Series Kansas Lottery 300 ticket away.