Great seats are still available—but won't last—for Ford Championship Weekend, Nov. 14-16, on Homestead-Miami Speedway's 1.5-mile oval. The NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Craftsman Truck Series all will crown champions under the lights. To secure individual or group tickets for NASCAR's finale, call (866) 409-RACE or click here.
A barrel of crude oil plunged below $78 last week, meaning oil hasn't been this inexpensive in 13 months. In fact, crude prices have almost been cut in half since hitting a high-water mark (and record) of nearly $150 barrel during the summer.
Better still: Energy experts believe prices could go even lower and sink below the $2.75 per gallon mark within the coming weeks. That's great news for NASCAR fans. Need more reasons to experience the Championship?
This year’s on-track turbulence is shaping up as a racing fan’s fantasy. It’s been quite the storyline for NASCAR’s 2008 Sprint Cup series, that is sure to be a phenomenal finish at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
A three-day championship tradition unlike any other, Homestead-Miami Speedway provides the South Florida finish line for NASCAR’s series-crowning finale, Ford Championship Weekend. Set for Nov. 14-16, tickets for this annual sell-out are still available. Fantastic seats—which won’t last—are available now by calling (866) 409-RACE or visiting www.Homestead-MiamiSpeedway.com.
The Craftsman Truck Ford 200 is scheduled under the Friday night lights, the Nationwide Series Ford 300 will run Saturday afternoon and the Sprint Cup Series caps the winning weekend on Sunday afternoon.
“It’s like no other weekend in sports,” said Homestead-Miami President Curtis Gray. “To crown champions in all three of NASCAR’s top tiers during the same weekend at the same venue—in a region renowned as both an international beach and entertainment capital of the world—we like to think we’re on to a little something. There’s really nothing like celebrating a championship in South Florida.”
With gas growing cheaper by the day there's now more reason than ever to get to the Championship. And with the Ford Racing trio of Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth; the likes of Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Denny Hamlin and Dale Earnhardt Jr; firmly entrenched in the mix, it’s tough to say who will come out on top. One thing you can bet on: Ford Championship tickets won’t last….
TICKETS ARE still available for Ford Championship Weekend 2008. Set for Nov. 14-16 on Homestead-Miami Speedway's 1.5-mile oval, the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Craftsman Truck Series all will crown champions under the lights. One of the fastest-selling events anywhere in sports, tickets for NASCAR’s series-crowning championship weekend will be gone quickly.
style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt">To secure tickets for the NASCAR finale annual sell-out, please call (866) 409-RACE or visit www.HomesteadMiamiSpeedway.com.