Nashville Superspeedway announces sellout of Cup Series race

The Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway will be contested in front of a sellout crowd on Sunday. Nashville Superspeedway announced that tickets for the Cup Series race had sold out. The track seats 38,000.

Tickets remain available for Friday’s Rackley Roofing 200 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race and Saturday’s Tennessee Lottery 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race; kids 12 and under get in free with a paid adult on both Friday and Saturday.

NASCAR returned to the track in 2021 with the Cup Series turning it’s first laps in the area since it’s last race at the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway in 1984.

“We are so appreciative of NASCAR Nation supporting Nashville Superspeedway’s return to the NASCAR Cup Series and the buzz around this year’s Ally 400 has been tremendous,” said Matt Greci, senior vice president and general manager of Nashville Superspeedway. “The sellout for Sunday’s race confirms our position as one of Nashville’s leading sports and entertainment destinations and we look forward to an amazing race on Sunday as NASCAR’s best drivers take the green flag in the Ally 400.”

The track is encouraging fans to place a deposit for tickets for the 2024 race.

John Bman
John Bman
Founder and Owner of Tireball Sports.

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