The 2015 Nascar tickets season is already in full gear, and TicketProcess.com is thrilled to announce that they are offering quality tickets to each of the remaining dates on the 2015 Sprint Cup schedule, including the postseason races.
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NASCAR has steadily grown its brand over the past few decades, and the fast-paced sport now has legions of fans all over North America. In past generations, NASCAR tickets to NASCAR Sprint Cup events were only available to folks in the South, but the schedule now weaves all over the nation, giving fans in California and Arizona a taste of the live action. The brass of NASCAR opted to revamp the scoring and scheduling in recent years to create a stretch-run that involves a champion and a lot of action and drama along the way. The constant winners in the situation are the fans, who are treated to a dozen or so races that have meaning and implications for many drivers.
Those that have followed NASCAR racing over the past decade and have purchased NASCAR tickets to live racing events have gotten quite used to the sight of Jimmy Johnson in the winner's circle. The 36-year old won an incredible five NASCAR Cup Series titles in a row beginning in 2006 and simply dominated the circuit for the latter half of the decade. Thankfully for fans of other drivers, dozens of skilled racers have emerged as top-flight, high-pressure performers in the past two years, and the race for the 2015 cup is wide open.
Upcoming races at Indianapolis and Pocono are sure to test the mettle, endurance and resolve of drivers, and the hot summer sun only adds to the intensity. Tens of thousands of racing fans are sure to be waiting in long lines in order to secure some NASCAR tickets to those races, but your chance to get a hold of some tickets is right at your fingertips. Timing is everything in this world, and TicketProcess.com is currently providing NASCAR fans all over the country with a large window of opportunity.
New York's Watkins Glen road course is one of the most popular races for fans, as the long and winding route presents many opportunities for well-placed bleachers and stunning views of the action. The NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule has the boys of summer touching down at Watkins Glen in mid-August before races at Michigan, Bristol and Atlanta in the following weeks. By the time the smoke settles on a September 8th race in Richmond, Virginia, the postseason picture will be in much better focus.
As for now, it’s time for drivers such as Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards to tighten the screws and put the pedal down as far as it will go for the rest of the season. The two stars of the sport are on the cusp of being left out of the postseason fun, and they have both grown accustomed to having a dog in the fight. Matt Kenseth is the current points leader, followed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson.
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