Nascar Camping World Series Tickets
Details of Nascar Camping World Series and the Ticket Luck value
The NASCAR Camping World Series emerged in 1995, the year when the SCORE International racers' dream was realized. The off-road racers Dick Landfield, Frank Vessels, Jimmy Smith, and Jim Venable wanted to take the idea of the a pick-up truck racing sport to another level by modifying the vehicles and presenting the racing fans something new. Thus a model of a NASCAR style truck was formed and showcased at different events (Portland Speedway, Saugus Speedway, Tucson Raceway Park, Mesa Marin Raceway and Dayton 500) winning fans and sponsors instantly. Without thinking twice the group came up with the first season of NASCAR Camping World Series.
Previously known as SuperTruck Series and Craftsman Truck Series, this racing series is one of the three national divisions of NASCAR; others being National Series and Sprint Cup Series. Based in the United States, this series has had a fair share of popularity and media coverage since its inception. Channels like ESPN, ABC, CBA, TNN, WTBS, and Speed have played a mammoth role in promoting the NASCAR events in the past. So grab your NASCAR Camping World Series tickets as the upcoming event promises another battle of world class drivers to claim the championship.
Speaking of the championship, Mike Skinner bagged victory in the inaugural season in 1995. Others to have emerged as champions in the past are; Jack Sprague, Ron Hornaday, Greg Biffle, Mike Bliss, Bobby Hamilton, Travis Kvapil, Ted Musgrave, Todd Bodine, Johnny Benson. Ron Hornaday, Jack Sprague and Todd Bodine are among the racers with multiple wins. Austin Dillon is the reigning champion who drives for Chevrolet. He is one of the most accomplished racers who also happens to be the Rookie of the Year (2010) in addition to being the Most Popular Driver of 2011. Bryan Reffner, Kurt Busch, Willie Allen, Colin Braun, Johnny Sauter, Todd Kluever, and Mike Stefanik are a few from the list of Rookie of the Year winners from the past championships. There are four constructors of NASCAR Camping World Series; Chevrolet, Toyota, Dodge and Ford. The competition has seen many alterations in the rules since its advent.
Initially the races consisted around one hundred and fifty laps on short tracks and could not exceed one hundred and twenty-five miles in length. In the absence of pit stops or their inconvenient placement at some tracks a ten minute "half-time" break was introduced. It were tracks like Saugus Speedway, Flemington Raceway, Tucson Raceway Park, Evergreen Speedway and Colorado National Speedway which led to the formation of this rule. Also, tire changes were only possible in case of tire failure. Later short-track rules were also witnessed.
In 1997 the concept of pit stops gained importance for tire changes and refueling but was only made legal under trying times such as emergencies or at break times. In 2000s the "overtime" rule also came up which was related to the green flag conditions. Thus the rules continue to evolve keeping in mind the driver's safety and conservation of the vehicles.
To root for your favorite racer buy NASCAR Camping World Series tickets and enjoy the chase to win the championship.