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An exciting addition to the series, 225 gives NASCAR fans enough laps to keep them on the edge of their seats! Don't miss out on the fun; buy your 225 tickets today! 225 tickets are currently unavailable. Be the first to get email alerts and exclusive discounts for 225 tickets. Complete the form below and click 'Subscribe'.

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Sign up for TicketsNow emails, get 10% off your first order. 225 Tickets 225 is a much anticipated race in the NASCAR Camping World Truck series. The race was added to the series in 2008, and it brought in more than 55,000 fans at the Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois, for the first NASCAR truck race in Chicago since 2001. Don't miss the action this year - pick up your 225 tickets today. 225's most popular race to date was in 2009. Kyle Busch took first place, winning his second truck race in two weeks and beating out top contenders Matt Crafton and Ron Hornaday. The win was Busch's fourth in the series, and he took first again the following year. Kevin Harvick is also among 225 winners.

The tri-oval track spans 1.5 miles, and the drivers complete 150 laps. The track, which was developed as a part of NASCAR's expansion effort, has a unique D-shape, though it maintains a continuous curve that allows for incredible speed. It's anyone's guess who will win the 225 this year, but one thing is certain: It will be nothing short of exhilarating.