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Sunday, October 12, 2008
At NASCAR events, tickets are more expensive the higher up you go in a given section. This is for two reasons: first, you are not as close to the dirt/smoke/exhaust of the cars (which in some people's eyes might actually be a positive) but more importantly the higher you are in the stands the more of the track you can see. Likewise, sections that have better sight lines, especially for the front stretch, tend to be more expensive.
Here are two pictures which seem to depict the dividing line between cheap tickets and more expensive tickets.
In turn two looking down the back stretch.
In between turn one and turn two.
Economics in pictures - I like it.
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