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USAC Silver Crown Series Tickets

USAC Silver Crown Series Race Tickets

See world-class drivers race around the track with USAC Silver Crown Series tickets. The USAC Silver Crown Series is a sprint car dirt track race series put on by the United States Auto Club organization. Headquartered in the town of Speedway, Indiana, the United States Auto Club has sanctioned several premier auto racing events in the US, most notably the United States National Championship, Indianapolis 500 and Pirelli World Challenge.

The USAC Silver Crown Series began in 1971 when USAC formally separated its dirt track races from its long-running National Championship Series. Known first as the National Dirt Car Championship, the event was renamed the Silver Crown Series in 1980. The winner of the inaugural Silver Crown Series in 1971 was driver George Snider.

To date, driver Kody Swanson boasts the greatest number of race wins in the Silver Crown Series, with over two dozen wins to his name. He is closely followed by Jack Hewitt, who has claimed over 20 race wins in his career. Driver Tony Stewart made history in 1995 when he won the Silver Crown Series to complete his Triple Crown accomplishment.

Feel the need for speed and see all your favorite drivers with USAC Silver Crown Series tickets

USAC Silver Crown Series Ticket Prices

With a large variety of motorsports disciplines, series and tracks, the cost of tickets will vary greatly between races. Several factors come into play such as the size of the racetrack, the number of grandstands, total seating capacity and whether seats are reserved or general admission. TicketSmarter will have updated USAC Silver Crown Series ticket prices from when they first go on sale all the way up to the day of the event.

How much are USAC Silver Crown Series tickets?

Racing tickets will have several price levels based on where you sit at the track and on the series that is competing. Formula 1 tickets can easily cost more than $600, while IndyCar and NHRA races will often start at prices as low as $40. TicketSmarter’s interactive seating map will provide customers with plenty of pricing options when viewing USAC Silver Crown Series tickets, making it easy to pick out the perfect seats for your budget. 

USAC Silver Crown Series 2024 Racing Schedule

Auto racing generally takes place during the spring through fall months due to it primarily being an outdoor event. There are several indoor races that occur throughout the winter months such as the Chili Bowl Nationals for those needing their racing fix during the off season. Racing events may take place during a single day or over several days with a series of on-track sessions for practice, qualifying and racing.

The USAC Silver Crown Series schedule will include practice sessions to get the drivers acclimated to the track. After the practice sessions, the drivers will then qualify their cars in order to set the lineup for the race.

When do USAC Silver Crown Series tickets go on sale?

USAC Silver Crown Series tickets will usually go on sale shortly after the sanctioning body for the race has announced their season schedule. The schedule for the upcoming season will generally become available before the completion of the current season.

USAC Silver Crown Series Seating Chart

Seating arrangements for motorsports events will vary from track to track. Road courses will usually have several grandstands that give fans a unique view of different turns on the track. Oval tracks will generally have a large grandstand that provides a view of the entire racetrack from one location. TicketSmarter’s interactive seating map will accurately display the track and seating layout for the USAC Silver Crown Series. This tool will allow you to see all available seating options, so you can make an educated decision on where to sit for the race.

The USAC Silver Crown Series seating chart provides race fans with multiple seating options that each have their own unique multi-sensory experience. Sitting in the lower rows at will give fans a true sense of the raw speed and intense noise of the engines as they race in front of you. Sitting higher up at the track will allow fans to see a wider view of the track, making it easier to follow along with all the action.