Chili Bowl Nationals - Day Tickets
Details of Chili Bowl Nationals - Day and the Ticket Luck value
There are many kinds of sports around, each one more exciting than the other, but nothing matches the thrill and the excitement offered by racing. The screeching sound of the tires and engines zooming loudly gives an adrenaline rush like nothing else. Inviting all the daredevils and race fanciers to the annual car racing tournament, Chili Bowl Midget National is almost here. Came to be known to many as the 'Super Bowl of midget racing,' Chili Bowl is the racers answer to the football fans who get to enjoy Super Bowl in winters. To become a part of this iconic indoor midget racing event, get the Chili Bowl Nationals - Day tickets in advance. It is going to be held at the Tulsa Expo Center like every year. Get ready for this exciting race that's sure to get your blood pumping at the speed of cars racing on the tracks.
Regarded as the biggest midget race by NASCAR, Chili Bowl is a national car racing competition held every year at the Tulsa Expo Center. The venue is home to some of the biggest events happening all year round in Tulsa, the metropolitan city of Oklahoma. Held two weeks after Christmas i.e. in January, Chili Bowl is like a gift from Santa for millions of race fanatics who gather at Tulsa to enjoy this spectacle. It is an event where these small cars driven at jaw-dropping speeds will leave you stunned. Capturing the imaginations of audience with unbelievable driving skills and pulsating action, Chili Bowl Nationals is five-day event of heart-pounding excitement.
Organized by Lanny Edwards and Emmett Hahn, Chili Bowl's first ever event was held in 1987 at the Tulsa Expo Center which has now become home to this yearly event. The event was sponsored by Chili Bowl, hence the name Chili Bowl Nationals. It was a two-day event in which around 52 midgets participated and competed against each other. The race was eventually won by Rich Vogler. Two years later, in 1989, the title of the race was won by Sammy Swindell, the name which is now synonymous with midget racing. Winner of five Chili Bowl titles, Swindell passed on the torch to his son Kevin Swindell after his last win in 2009. Since then, Kevin has been winning back to back titles. This father/son combo has marked the Swindell dominance in midget racing that has gained them thousands of fans across the nation. The race competition every year call for some of those rare moments that are hard to find in other sports.
Some notable winners of Chili Bowl include Tony Stewart, Dan Boorse and Cory Kruseman who have won two titles each. To see who makes it to the final day and win the title of 2014, get the Chili Bowl Nationals - Day tickets before they are all sold out. Attended by more than 15,000 people every year, Chili Bowl Nationals happening at the QuikTrip Center of Tulsa welcomes all the fans to experience the unmatched level of competition as some of the country's best drivers make it to Tulsa this year.