NASCAR Sprint Cup Series veterans Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle, Marcos Ambrose and television personality Rutledge Wood will all make visits to Atlanta Motor Speedway’s Club One, the speedway’s luxury fan suite, during the AdvoCare 500 weekend, Aug. 31-Sept. 2.
Each driver will engage Club One patrons with question-and-answer sessions during the weekend, an added bonus to what already stands as the only all-inclusive race ticket that can be purchased.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series star Greg Biffle, having a renaissance season and spending most of the 2012 campaign in the top-five in points, will speak with Club One ticket holders on Saturday, Sept. 1 prior to the Nationwide Series race later that evening.
Then on Sunday, Sept. 2, Marcos Ambrose, Matt Kenseth, plus television personality and Senoia, Ga. resident Rutledge Wood will all visit Club One prior to the green flag of the AdvoCare 500.
Club One serves as AMS’ premier suite option, and offers race fans an all-exclusive race experience. In addition to driver appearances, Club One provides purchasers with individual theater-style seating in an upscale, climate-controlled environment that features exclusive décor, an expansive buffet with beverage service and closed-circuit video coverage of the race broadcast, which ensures fans don’t miss a minute of the action.
Aside from the expansive luxury setting where they will take in the race, Club One ticket holders also receive reserved parking, a golf cart shuttle to and from the parking lot, a pre-race pit pass, a stage-front party pass for the Fast Cars & Guitars pre-race concert, a souvenir race program, lanyard, access to the roof-top viewing deck above the first turn and pit-lane exit, raffle prizes, and a 50 percent discount on scanner rentals.
Perfect for entertaining friends or small business groups, Sunday Club One tickets cost $545 or fans can purchase a three-day Club One ticket for $755 for the entire AdvoCare 500 race weekend.