Dover International Speedway Tickets
Dover International Speedway Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Dover International Speedway
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Friday, 1:00 PM
Saturday, 1:00 PM
Dover International Speedway - the Monster Mile - is without doubt one of the fastest, most exciting race tracks on the NASCAR schedule. Dover tickets at the spectacular, one mile oval are some of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ most sought after on the NASCAR schedule. One of only three one mile tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule (New Hampshire’s Magic Mile, and Phoenix International Raceway in the Valley of the Sun, are the others), Dover hosts two exciting Sprint Cup events each year. Greg Biffle won this year’s Autism Speaks 400 at the lightening fast, high-banked concrete oval; NASCAR tickets are available for the second NASCAR visit to Dover International Speedway, the AAA Dover 400 in the fall.
Dover travel packages are available for grandstand seats putting you close to the action, but Dover also offers one of the most spectacular seating arrangements in all of sports - the Monster Mile Bridge. Dover International Speedway is the only race track anywhere to offer such extreme NASCAR tickets. Be one of 56 of the luckiest fans on the planet who will sit - not at the edge of the Monster Mile, but directly over it, as 43 Sprint Cup cars roar under your feet at over 180 mph. Sprint Cup tickets for the incredible Monster Mile will no doubt be a sellout, so act now to buy your Dover tickets for this unforgettable experience at Dover International Speedway.
Dover may not be as fast as Atlanta Motor Speedway, or Talladega Superspeedway; it may not have the unusual shape of Pocono International Raceway or Darlington Raceway, but it has all the charm of a Monster - a Monster Mile that has been called Bristol on steroids.
NASCAR travel packages are available for Dover International Speedway, the only concrete superspeedway on the NASCAR schedule (Bristol Motor Speedway has a concrete surface, but it’s a short track.) The abrasive surface is very hard on tires, and although some of the roughest spots have been ground down, Dover is still one of the most difficult tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule. Twice each year, the Sprint Cup stock cars attack the Monster Mile; in front of 140,000 lucky fans, many of whom bought travel packages to enjoy the full experience that Dover International Speedway has to offer.