The AAA Texas 500 is the eighth race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, a make-or-break event on the march to the championship. 2013 proved to be vital to the Chase for the cup in a battle between Jimmie Johnson (No. 48 Lowe's Chevrolet) and Matt Kenseth (No. 20 Husky Toyota), who entered in a tie for first in the point standings. Johnson dominated, leading 255 of 334 laps on his way to third win at Texas Motor Speedway. Johnson, who won the AAA Texas 500 for the second straight year, went on to be the eventual series champion.
Tickets to the AAA Texas 500 Sprint Cup Race start as low as $30 for adults or $10 for children.
Two AAA Texas 500 frontstretch tickets, a race scanner and two headsets. Click here to buy the scanner package.
Four AAA Texas 500 frontstretch tickets, four hot dogs and four Coca-Cola products.
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