Looking for a bit of Americana in Miami? The weekend of November 20, the Homestead-Miami Speedway will host the last race of the Nascar season. Over an adrenaline-filled three days there will be the last events of racing season, including the Camping World Truck Series, Xfinity Series and Sprint Cup Series. Friday night starts with the “Ford Ecoboost 200,” moving on the “Ecoboost 300” on Saturday and finishing Sunday night with the longest of the weekend, the “Ecoboost 400,” which closes out the Chase Sprint Cup and the entire NASCAR season.
Want to experience Nascar’s closing weekend like a celebrity? Get VVIP tickets, which include seats above the Nascar garage, access to both driver meetings and a comfortable VIP lounge where ticket-holders can enjoy an open bar and food while they sit, relax and enjoy the race (as well as some exciting, yet-to-be announced pre-race performances) without having to worry about a thing.
Tickets to the Pit Box section grant access to all championship finales, allows ticket holders to watch the race in a lounge with a buffet and a bar, or in the Champions Club, a private, indoor club and a reserved outdoor section and access to the post race celebration that takes place in the track.
Past year’s performances have included: country music superstar Jason Aldean, Disney Channels Zendaya, and “The Voice” finalists Swon brothers.
This years favorites racers are Jimmie Johnson for the 400 who has 6 titles under his name, Matt Cranton for the 200 who has won the last two championships in a row and Chase Elliot for the 300 last years winner and record breaking for become the youngest champion by winning the title at age 18.
If you are traveling for this event, and have decided to stay at a hotel, The Epic Miami on Biscayne Boulevard is the perfect choice, with world class restaurants such as Zuma, two rooftop pools and spas, this hotel will give you a 20% by booking your rooms with SPDW code. Another popular way to go? In a recreational vehicle. Don’t laugh. Some of these personal busses are downright haute and, the race track has over 1,300 spaces just for them to “camp”.
Homestead-Miami Speedway is located on One Ralph Sanchez Speedway Boulevard Homestead, Florida 33035-1501