The sport of NASCAR is booming in the United States, and fans are making a fortune.
According to an analysis from the research firm KPMG, NASCAR ticket sales jumped 37 percent in 2017.
The growth was driven by a number of factors, including the popularity of the Cup Series, the growth of the Nationwide Series and the popularity in the East Coast market.
For the first time, the number of fans in attendance at NASCAR races was more than 50 percent higher than in 2015, which means that the number in attendance increased by roughly a quarter, according to the report.
In addition, the average ticket price was up by over $1,000, with many of the races priced to sell out in the first hour of the race.
The number of people paying a NASCAR ticket price of $125 or more increased by nearly 30 percent in the past year.
According to the KPMX, a NASCAR event is expected to sell 3.4 million tickets in 2018.
“A growing number of NASCAR fans are willing to pay upwards of $1.5 million for their tickets,” said Richard Anderson, president and CEO of KPM Group.
“As we head into the 2020 season, the sport’s popularity is expected grow significantly.”KPMG found that the average NASCAR ticket costs $75 to $85 and that the price of a ticket is about two and a half times the average retail price.
For example, an average Daytona 500 ticket will cost $1 million and an average Charlotte Motor Speedway ticket will set you back $7.6 million.
The analysis found that an average ticket will sell for $1 to $1 per thousand people, meaning that ticket sales are expected to grow in line with the economy.
The report also found that a typical NASCAR fan pays $200 per year in ticket fees, which is about $50 per race.
There are also other factors that help boost the price, including high ticket prices in the Northeast and Midwest, and the fact that the NASCAR Cup Series has grown exponentially.
According the KSMG, the median ticket price is $150 and an individual race ticket is worth $1 and a group ticket is $1 for three people.
While the number one thing that keeps fans coming to NASCAR races is the quality of the cars, Anderson said that it is not only the cars that are driving the increase in ticket sales.
He added that the fans also pay attention to the weather, which has a large impact on ticket sales in the summer.
For 2018, the KAM, a racing series that is owned by NASCAR, has set its sights on reaching its goal of reaching 3 million tickets sold in 2018, and it has started planning for the future.
The KAM is also looking at expanding its TV deal with NBC Sports Network.
In order to attract fans to the sport, the company is trying to make the TV network more competitive.
Anderson said the company hopes to increase the number and quality of races by increasing the number.