Chicagoland Speedway (Joliet, IL)

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INFO Legendary Route 66’s starting point was Chicago, and the founders of the Chicagoland Speedway chose a location near the road when they built the racetrack in 2001. The Chicagoland Speedway, in Joliet, is a stock-car track... ... read more

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    Southwest Suburbs
  • Address:

    500 Speedway Boulevard
    Joliet, IL 60433

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Chicagoland Speedway (Joliet, IL) Information

Chicagoland Speedway (Joliet, IL) - Race Track | Stadium in Chicago.

Legendary Route 66’s starting point was Chicago, and the founders of the Chicagoland Speedway chose a location near the road when they built the racetrack in 2001. The Chicagoland Speedway, in Joliet, is a stock-car track that hosts mostly NASCAR races. With a 1.5-mile oval and a capacity of about 75,000, it can handle big-ticket events. Annual races at the Chicagoland Speedway include the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and ARCA Racing Series.

All seating is located between turns 1 and 4, spanning the start/finish line. Chicagoland Speedway ticket prices depend upon seat location and event and range from $40-$250. Many add-ons, such as pit passes, are available. Camping at the Chicagoland Speedway is a novelty, as many of the tent and RV sites are located in the infield near the backstretch, giving campers a unique view of the races. Race weeks also feature contests and concerts by pop and country acts. On non-race days, driving schools give amateurs racecar-driving experience.

Parking at the Chicagoland Speedway is free. The venue allows coolers for food and beverages, with some limits.

Chicagoland Speedway (Joliet, IL) User Reviews

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Midnight Conspiracy at Electric Daisy Carnival
Tejas P. Aug 20, 2013
The screams and chants vibrating off the crowd on May 25th at Electric Daisy Carnival Chicago solidified the inaugural festivals place in Chicago EDM culture. The line up over the wet and fifty degree labor day weekend amassed electronic music giants, Above & Beyond, Andy C, Armin Van Buuren, Avicii, Borgore, Dash Berlin, David Guetta, Gareth Emery, Kaskade, Hardwell, Markus Schulz, Morgan Page, Noisia, Sander van Doorn, Tiesto, W&W and many more. Chicago locals Midnight Conspiracy took to the Kinetic Field main stage located in the heart of the Chicagoland Speedwayat 9pm with a crowd filled with Chicago love in front of them. Hands were fully elevated for their bass fueled set filled with new tracks later confirmed as, Time Eraser, Nasty, Nebula and Overloard. Key moments included the drop of Sentinel, which was their debut single on Ultra Records with fellow Chicagoans Cenob1te, their most recent track Conquest, a 172BPM drum and bass banger featuring UK MC Maksim and crowd favorite, Tits in My Face a collaborative endeavor with Chicago house legends DJ Funk and Fast Eddie. If the sheer power of the bass emitting from their tracks didn’t awaken the crowd to the abilities of the group, their logo, “The Eye” which was flashing on the massive Kinetic Field LED walls and has a world-renowned laser light show based off it, did. The only question that they left on the crowds mind was, what’s next? The future holds nothing but bigger things for this group that still heavily supports the Chicago electronic music scene, and we cant wait to see what’s next!
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