Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tennessee
Speedway Motorsports Inc. (SMI)
Track Length: 1/2 mile
Banking: 26 to 30 degrees in the turns, 6 to 10 degrees in the straights
Seating Capacity: Approx 160,000+
"Bristol Motor Speedway has long been the most coveted ticket in NASCAR and this short track doesn’t disappoint. Our seats are located in the Earnhardt Terrace and the Waltrip sections. The great thing about this track is that no matter where you sit, the view is incredible. This track was built with amphitheater-style seating, so you won’t miss any of the action.
Our package includes passes for Hospitality Village where we have catered food and beverages in our private chalet located right outside the track. This is just a short walk from motor coach parking. It is an ideal place to take a break, and is also where Track Tours depart from. Every guest gets to experience just how steep the Bristol banking is by being a part of Bristol’s unique track tour. You won’t want to miss that!
Bristol Motor Speedway was constructed in the valley of a mountain, hence the nickname "Thunder Valley." This track is loud and fast and you'll want to have ear protection, comfortable shoes, and in March, a jacket as average temperatures are in the low 60’s.
We stay in Knoxville at a full-service Hilton hotel conveniently located right outside of the Knoxville McGee Tyson airport (TYS). You will enjoy a comfortable luxury motor coach ride to the track for both days of NASCAR racing. Feel free to bring snacks and beverages along for the ride because the coaches include restrooms."
More Bristol Info:
This track hosts two races each year, March and August. Both events put the unpredictable nature of short track racing on display. This is one of the few remaining NASCAR tracks where it is feasible for a driver to come back to win a race from several laps down!
Sprint Cup races at Bristol Motor Speedway are an amazing spectacle of bumper-to-bumper racing, capable of producing record numbers of yellow-flag caution laps. And the NASCAR Nationwide Series at Bristol claims the record attendance for a NASCAR Nationwide Series race!
It's hard to believe that the venue for today's most sought-after NASCAR ticket was once a dairy farm in the mountains of Tennessee. Bristol Motor Speedway produces some of the most exciting racing in NASCAR. With 160,000 seats in this bowl-shaped half mile stadium, there isn't a bad seat in the house, and there's no denying that Bristol is "the world's fastest half mile!"