Homestead-Miami Speedway Expects Sellout For NASCAR Finale
By Adam Stern, Staff Writer G+
Published November 17, 2017
Homestead-Miami Speedway President Matt Becherer said that the 46,000-seat venue is expecting a sellout for Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400. The track has yet to announce a sellout for what will be Dale Earnhardt Jr. 's final race as a full-time driver in NAS... This is a SportsBusiness Daily article.
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Credit One Bank To Fill Some Of The Void On Ganassi's No. 42 As Target Deal Ends
By Adam Stern, Staff Writer G+
Published November 16, 2017
Credit One Bank will fill a sizable part of the void that Target is giving up next season on Chip Ganassi Racing's No. 42 Chevy driven by Kyle Larson, according to sources.
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While there has been seemingly no coverage in local Miami media in recent weeks about the under-the-radar talks to bring F1 events here, the topic does have the attention of track execs in the States. Any new major racing event in the U.S. could impact a number of domestic races.
.@ISCupdates execs still saying they expect a sellout will be announced for tomorrow's #FordEcoBoost400. They explained that ticket sales ground to a halt for a two-week span during Hurricane Irma's landfall in September, slowing progress.
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