Atlanta AdvoCare 500 Tickets
The Atlanta AdvoCare 500 is a longstanding NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stock car race that has been a NASCAR staple for many years. For a few years, from 2004 to 2008, it was one of the ten races involved in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, and from 1987 to 2001 it was the final race on the NASCAR Winston Cup Series calendar. Numerous changes in the races schedule have had the event in different times of the year, although it was commonly held in October or November, until it was recently rescheduled for the fall of 2003.
For many years, the race was used at the end of the NASCAR season to determine when the champion would be decided, making it a popular race for fans to turn into and watch. Although the seasons have changed and the Atlanta AdvoCare 500 no longer has that responsibility it remains a popular event among viewers. In 1992,the race was also the stage for what is known by many as one of the greatest NASCAR races of all time. With six drivers entering the race, all eligible for the Winston Cup, this race held a great deal of attention. Races like these are what have made the Atlanta AdvoCare 500 such a popular NASCAR event.
The race has been in place since 1960, and while many have won the race multiple times, one of the most notable races in the events history occurred in 2011, when Jeff Gordon won the competition in a close race. The win proved that even with years in the business he was still one of the best the sport had ever seen. The event, also began picking up more viewer recognition even with its recent move from October Labor Day Weekend.
Since its inception, the Atlanta AdvoCare 500 has been one of the most televised events in all of NASCAR. Coverage has almost always been provided by ESPN, ABC or NBC showing that this exciting southern race is one that fans not only in the stands but around the country love to watch. With a strong history of nail biting races and high stake events, the Atlanta AdvoCare 500 has been and remains to be one of the most watched NASCAR races in the sport.