NASCAR‘s biggest and brightest stars will again shine on North Wilkesboro Speedway in 2025. Speedway officials announced Friday that North Wilkesboro will host the 41st running of the NASCAR All-Star Race on May 18, 2025, with affordable ticket and camping packages now on sale for what promises to be a spectacular weekend of fan and family friendly entertainment.

Race fans can also look forward to the return of the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series‘ Wright Brand 250 in 2025, with the race maintaining its positioning as a featured event in the Saturday portion of All-Star Race weekend.

The 2025 NASCAR All-Star Race weekend will also feature a new pricing structure. Sunday grandstand tickets will start at just $49, with three-day NASCAR ticket packages starting at $95 and five-day packages — including zMAX CARS Tour action — starting at just $125, providing fans unmatched value at one of NASCAR‘s most historic venues.

Friday‘s announcement comes just days before the All-Star Race‘s highly anticipated second running at North Wilkesboro.

Kyle Larson swept the weekend last year — scoring victories in the Wright Brand 250 as well as the NASCAR All-Star Race — but the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion, who is also locked into the 2025 event, will face a tall task in replicating his dominance on Sunday.

Additional 2025 race-weekend details, such as concerts, format and starting times for the Wright Brand 250, All-Star Open and All-Star Race, will be announced at a later date.

— North Wilkesboro Speedway —

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