Thank you race fans: Our inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race is SOLD OUT!

Although the Enjoy Illinois 300 presented by TicketSmarter is sold out, tickets may still be available at the TicketSmarter resale website: CLICK HERE

June 1, 2022, St. Louis – World Wide Technology Raceway’s 57,000 grandstand seats, 1,200+ campsites and dozens of hospitality suite areas will be full for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series Enjoy Illinois 300 presented by TicketSmarter. This will be the first sell-out and largest single-day crowd ever at WWTR. The race begins at 2:30 p.m. central and will be broadcast on FS1, MRN, and SiriusXM.

“We knew our fans were hungry for a NASCAR Cup Series race and the response since the announcement in September has been tremendous,” said Curtis Francois, Owner and CEO of World Wide Technology Raceway. “With world class racing, live entertainment and endless fun on the Midway, this Sunday will bring lasting memories for many people and I can’t wait to greet them alongside our sponsor and corporate partners who have helped make this all possible.”

Important notice to fans:

  • There will be no walk-up ticket options or general admission. Tickets are not available onsite.
  • Parking passes must be purchased online prior to arrival. Please follow the routes posted on
  • IDOT, ISP and the track have worked closely to create the traffic plan that may be different than routes used in the past.
  • Limited number of Friday and Saturday tickets still available.
  • Friday: Richard Petty Day Presented by Bommarito Automotive Group activities include qualifying and practice.
  • Saturday: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Toyota 200.
  • All fans are welcome to join the free (no ticket required) WWTR Ballpark Village Fan Fest presented by Enterprise on Thursday, June 2, at 4 p.m.
  • Ticketed fans also will be entertained by the Confluence Festival: Crossroads of Concert & Community with 30 bands on five stages and several interactive STEM activities including RaceAR – featuring first-of-its-kind augmented reality race simulations developed by World Wide Technology. Community youth programs will showcase robotics, karting and STEM through hands-on activities, while an esports tournament determines the winner of a 16-team double-elimination contest hosted live on the Midway prior to the NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday.


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