The historic Sebring 12 Hour sportscar race began in 1950, and has grown into one of the world’s most revered motorsports events during its long history. The world’s best drivers and teams have competed and won here, and every year seems to up the quality of the product on the track. If you are even a modest race fan, Sebring is a must-see for you.
What more can be said about the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg that hasn’t been said already? This really is the race that has it all. Location, action excitement, ease of access for fans, and the best overall buzz from the locals! This is their Super Bowl! Add to this the number of races you actually get to see over the weekend, and you have one of the most jam-packed race weekend schedules around.
NASCAR unveiled sweeping changes to the 2020 Monster Energy Cup Series schedule.
The runDisney Marathon weekends have become a staple of Disney’s sports scene. After starting with just a marathon every January, the schedule now includes no less than four race weekends a year with 5k, 10k, half, and full marathons scattered throughout each weekend. Different themes offer fans and runners a different experience each time, making this one of the more unique and memorable marathons in the country.
The Super Bowl, or each sports’ respective equivalent, is traditionally the final game of the year. NASCAR’s version, however, is the first race on the calendar – the Daytona 500 is not just an exciting race, but is arguably one of the most historic races in the world.
It’s a trip through the wishes and desires of The Team this week on the Stadium Journey Podcast. It is a journey through the Bucket List! What are the spots on the SJ List. Is it possible to ever reach the bottom of the bucket? What Bucket List items have The Team already checked off? Join Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Marc Viquez and Dave Cottenie for the Stadium Journey Podcast.