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2016 Sprint Cup Series Tickets. A Tale of Many Racetracks

2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tickets are as hot as ever, as the Race for the Chase heats up in NASCAR's crowned jewel. As ever, this is an exciting series, with all racers seeking victory and putting pedal to the metal to make a serious bid for glory. NASCAR races, and their variable tracks, offer a great choice of surface and shape, and this keeps NASCAR fans buying NASCAR tickets, as everyone wants to see the cars race over new courses. They will be hunting for Pocono Raceway tickets, as it even has a triangular track, while Indianapolis Motor Speedway tickets promise a novel angular track, that is almost an oblong! There are oval tracks tri-oval tracks, and even quad-oval tracks, like the ones that Lowe's Motor Speedway tickets, Atlanta Motor Speedway tickets, and Texas Motor Speedway tickets will take you to. Some D-oval tracks are alarming to see, like California Speedway tickets, Michigan International Speedway tickets, Richmond International Raceway tickets, plus ovals that feature different sized curves, such as those that Darlington Raceway tickets will show you, have been known to provide a good few thrills and spills over the years. New Hampshire Motor Speedway tickets and Phoenix International Raceway tickets take you to racetracks that lack real bankings on the curves, and are very exciting races to watch, as it takes a different type of control. Infineon Raceway tickets and Watkins Glen International tickets will show you tracks that are famed for their more irregular, "chaotic" courses, and those tracks demand rain tires, designed by NASCAR, to negotiate the many unexpected curves and sudden directional changes. All in all, the Sprint Cup Series packs a great versatile punch, as every track is so different. You've just gotta buy Sprint Series tickets and go experience them all for yourself!

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