Championship Tickets –ON-SALE JULY 3!
Danica Patrick will race at Homestead-Miami Speedway during both IndyCar Championship Weekend (Oct. 2) and NASCAR’s Ford Championship Weekend (Nov. 20) photo courtesy: Rich Hoskins, Getty Images Sport
Homestead-Miami Speedway is the only venue ever to host all of North America’s premier motorsports Championships, and we’re doing it again in 2010 as THE Championship Track will be the site of IZOD IndyCar Series Championship Weekend (Oct. 1-2) and NASCAR’s Ford Championship Weekend (Nov. 19-21). Kids 12 & under are admitted FREE to three of the five Championship finales. Tickets for both weekends go on sale Saturday, July 3, via (866) 409-RACE and THEChampionshipTrack.com.
The IZOD IndyCar Series Championship has come down to the final lap of the final race each of the last four seasons, so expect more of the same drama on Oct. 2 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Catch motorsports’ first lady Danica Patrick, South Florida’s dancing dad Helio Castroneves, and IndyCar Champions Tony Kanaan, Scott Dixon and Dario Franchitti alongside all of open-wheel racing’s top drivers as they race under the Miami lights—side-by-side at speeds of more than 200 mph at THE Championship Track.
Danica will race at Homestead-Miami Speedway during both IndyCar Championship Weekend (Oct. 2) and NASCAR’s Ford Championship Weekend (Nov. 20). The Firestone Indy Lights Series also will crown a Champion during the NextEra Energy Indy Championships. Indy Lights is the steppingstone to the IndyCar Series, with a graduate-roster that includes Marco Andretti, Miami’s Raphael Matos and Hideki Mutoh.
Six weeks later (Nov. 19-21), Homestead-Miami Speedway will host NASCAR for its Championship finales of the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and the Camping World Truck Series. For the Nov. 21 Sprint Cup Championship finales, the numbers tell the story:
4-TIME CHAMPIONS FACE OFF: Sprint Cup Champions Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson are in overdrive seeking No. 5. Will one make history this fall at Homestead-Miami Speedway?
3 DECADES OF PURSUIT: With five runner-up finishes in nearly 30 years of Sprint Cup racing, will 2010 finally be Mark Martin’s year?
2-TIME CHAMP SEEKS ANOTHER: Can Tony Stewart become the first driver/owner to win a Cup Series Championship in nearly two decades?
1 “NATION” AWAITS: Will Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s third year at Hendrick Motorsports be the charm for NASCAR’s most popular driver?