BROOKLYN, MI – At a basketball game, a seat behind the bench warrants a much different experience than a seat in the nosebleeds.
The same can be said for a NASCAR race. While every view provides a different experience, the “best seat in the house” isn’t unanimously agreed upon.
Take a look at 17 different viewpoints from Michigan International Speedway for the practice, qualifying and race during the LTi Printing 200 Camping World Truck Series race Aug. 11 and 12.
Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. won the LTi Printing 200, outdueling points leader Christopher Bell and Cup Series driver Kyle Busch.
It was Wallace’s first Truck Series race since 2014.
Here’s a few of our findings, journeying around the track.
To hear the roar and feel the breeze of the 200 mph trucks, sit near the fence. For a bird’s eye view of the track, the higher seats are best.
The infield doesn’t sport a bad view, either, whether you’re sitting on the roof of your camper or dining in the suites. Picking your spot for a NASCAR race is based on the experience you’re seeking.
Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race begins at 3 p.m.
Do you have a seating preference at MIS? Let us know in the comments section.