It’s the first sellout in the history of the track
WWT Raceway (World Wide Technology Raceway) is a 1.250-mile oval in Madison, Illinois. The track sets just across the river from Downtown, Saint Louis, Missouri.
The sports town of St. Louis has been asking for a NASCAR Cup Series race, for years. The track hosted the NASCAR Truck Series from 1998-2010 and again from 2014-present. They also hosted the Xfinity Series from 1998-2010.
This weekend, they’re hosting the NASCAR Cup Series for the first time. And the race fans are filling the stands, completely.
Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race is completely sold out. That includes all 57,000 grandstand seats. Beyond general grandstands, the suites and campground is expected to be completely packed.
This marks the first sold out crown in the history of the oval track. The oval portion of the complex opened in 1995 as the drag strip was built many years prior in 1967.
Tickets remain available for Saturday’s NASCAR Truck Series.