World Wide Technology Raceway says the venue is totally sold out for Sunday’s inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race, including 57,000 grandstand seats, 1,200 campsites and a couple dozen suites.  It will be the first sellout and biggest crowd in the history of the venue near St. Louis.

This week’s sellout at the St. Louis area racetrack marks the fourth sellout of the Cup Series season, joining Daytona, Phoenix, and last week’s race at Charlotte.

.@WWTRaceway says the venue is totally sold out for Sunday’s inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race, including 57,000 grandstand seats, 1,200 campsites and a couple dozen suites.

🔲 It will be the first sellout and biggest crowd in the history of the venue near St. Louis.

— Adam Stern (@A_S12) June 1, 2022

Fourth NASCAR sellout of the season goes to WWT Raceway for the inaugural St. Louis race this weekend. All 57k seats, all suites and all camping sold. Daytona 500, Phoenix spring and Coke 600 were also announced as sellouts. See below for a couple messages. pic.twitter.com/dJPl9gTnUZ

— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) June 1, 2022

 

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