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The Stater Bros. 300 gets NASCAR fans engines revved, and is sure to make for an exciting day at the races! Don't miss out on the high-speed LIVE entertainment. Buy your State Bros. 300 tickets now!
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Stater Bros. 300 Racing Tickets

This year, Stater Bros. 300 is sure to impress NASCAR fans everywhere, so bring your friends and family to soak up the California sun at the Auto Club Speedway in the Los Angeles area! Make sure you get in on the action so you can cheer on champion stock car drivers Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth with some Stater Bros. 300 tickets today!

The first Stater Bros. 300 race was won by Todd Bodine in 1997, and this competition has grown in popularity ever since. This race was formerly known as the Kenwood Home and Car Audio 300, the NASCAR Busch and the NASCAR Busch Grand National Series. The Stater Bros. 300 is the fifth race in the NASCAR Nationwide circuit. This competition is marketed and promoted as NASCAR’s "minor league" because drivers race to prove they can be promoted to NASCAR’s "big leagues," which include the Sprint Cup Series. Usually the Nationwide races are held the day before the Sprint Cup so fans can come out and see both heart-pounding competitions in one weekend.