For the best value, choose from the following Pocono Raceway ticket packages. Call 973-839-6100 for more information.
Get your Pocono raceway tickets and catch all the action at “The Tricky Triangle,” the famous superspeedway that’s home to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and the ARCA Racing Series.
Here, you’ll watch the nation’s top drivers compete to win some of the world’s most coveted racing titles. Grab Pocono 400 tickets to see the best of the best or cheer your favorite drivers on as they cross the finish line of the Pennsylvania 400. As a family-friendly venue, kids are not only welcomed but encouraged.
There are also plenty of options when it comes to Pocono Speedway tickets. SelectATicket offers a variety of packages. Club Pocono members get race tickets, pit/paddock passes, preferred infield parking, and FanVision rentals per seat.
Terrace Club members also get a nice roof shelter, food and beverage, and access to private restrooms.
There’s also the Victory Circle Club and our premium Skybox package. With the premium package, you’ll get race tickets for all three weekend days; you’ll sit in an air-conditioned and enclosed area on top of the grandstand; finally, you’ll get food and beverage (included in the price of the tickets) as well as private restroom access.
Purchasing tickets is easy. Next to the Pocono Raceway schedule, you’ll see a green “tickets” button. Click on that to see the Pocono Raceway seating chart. Once you pick where you want to sit, then you can order the Pocono race tickets you want at the Pocono Raceway ticket prices you can afford.
The Pocono Raceway can hold 76,812 fans. Enthusiasts can gaze down at the race from any number of incredible vantage points. With thousands of prime seats, visitors are never disappointed, and the energy is always over the top. No matter where you sit in this incredible facility, you won’t miss any of the action. The grandstand has three levels: the 100, which is right near the action; the popular 200, which puts you right in the middle of everything; and the 300, which comes with shade and an awesome view.
The first-ever race at the Pocono Speedway occurred in 1968, followed by the first Indy 500 in 1971 and the first NASCAR 500 in 1974. Remodeled in 1990 after years of hardship, the track now hosts the biggest events in motor racing. It also boasts some of the friendliest fan accommodations.
From the beginning, the Pocono track featured a one-of-a-kind design, courtesy of Robert Ward, a notable Indy 500 winner. Ward formed the course in the shape a unique, triangular loop known by some as a roval. Each of the Raceway’s three turns is different, but all of them are severe, which tends to keep the overall speed down.