Darlington Raceway, located in Darlington, South Carolina, is one of the oldest tracks in all of NASCAR. Darlington is nicknamed “The Lady in Black” and “The Track Too Tough to Tame” by NASCAR fans and drivers. The track is steeped with history and is advertised as “A NASCAR Tradition.” The track’s shape is a very unique egg-shaped design. This egg-shaped track makes it very challenging for the crews to set up their cars’ handling in a way that will be effective at both ends.
Almost every seat and section at Darlington has a good viewpoint and provides great value for fans.
These seats are high up, which is a good thing for NASCAR viewpoints. You’ll want to get Section D or Section S seats to have the best viewpoint of the start/finish.
-The Tyler Tower is above Wallace Grandstands, so all the seats have great exposure to the entire track
-Great spot to see the front stretch
-Most expensive section at Darlington
These seats rank as some for the value in all of NASCAR. If you’re a fan of really being able to see what goes on during a race, these tower seats are something you really need to experience at least once.
-Vantage point of the entire track
-Bench seats, can be uncomfortable without a pad
-Great view of the action packed turn-2
-Older structure, uncomfortable seating
Darlington Stripe Zone
If you’re looking for a VIP experience, with access to drivers then this is the way to go. You’ll still have to purchase a race ticket, but the Darlington Stripe Zone is well worth the money if you want to take race weekend to the next level! Included in this package is:
Pre Race pit Pass
Guest appearances by NASCAR