AVONDALE, Ariz. – Phoenix Raceway officials announced Sunday that tickets for the NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race scheduled for Nov. 7 are sold out.
No more grandstand seats remain, and the hillside is full. Hospitality, suite tickets and the FanShield Infield Experience are sold out as well.
It’s the earliest NASCAR Cup Series sellout in the history of the one-mile doglegged oval, a facility which has hosted NASCAR Cup Series racing since 1988. Phoenix Raceway first hosted the NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race in 2020, but capacity was limited to due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Sunday, Nov. 7, the track will be filled to capacity.
“This is a testament to our amazing and loyal fans,” said Phoenix Raceway President Julie Giese. “They’ve waited for a year for this opportunity to be fully part of a NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race. Their overwhelming support and passion are what makes Phoenix Raceway a world-class, championship venue in a region that’s synonymous with championship events.”
A limited number of grandstand and FanShield Infield Experience tickets remain for Friday and Saturday during NASCAR Championship Weekend, and fans are encouraged to get their tickets now. The action begins Friday, Nov. 5, when the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series crowns its champion in the Lucas Oil 150. On Saturday, Nov. 6, Phoenix Raceway will host two championship events – the Arizona Lottery 100 (ARCA Menards Series West) and the NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship Race.
Then on Sunday, Nov. 7, the weekend culminates with the NASCAR Cup Series Championship Race, which will be broadcast live on NBC, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.