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Homestead-Miami Speedway celebrated the gift of giving this holiday season as the championship track delivered teddy bears and hats to patients in the emergency room and pediatrics wing of Homestead Hospital.

As part of “Giving Tuesday,” the track teamed up with The NASCAR Foundation to deliver Speedy Bears to the hospital’s Speediatrics unit. Employees from the Speedway went room to room visiting patients, helping to brighten their day and spread the holiday cheer.

In addition to Homestead Hospital, “Operation Speedy Bear Brigade” took place in 24 different locations across the NASCAR industry. In total, more than 1,000 Speedy Bears were delivered to children throughout the day.

To participate in Giving Tuesday, donations are being accepted through The NASCAR Foundation. For every $25 donated, the foundation will give one bear to a child. To contribute to The NASCAR Foundation’s Speediatrics Children’s fund, please visit www.Foundation.NASCAR.com/Speediatrics.

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Those looking to give the gift of speed this holiday season will find multiple options for race fans next summer. Iowa Speedway is fortunate to host a variety of motorsport disciplines every year, and 2019 won’t be any different. Race fans won’t want to miss a minute of the action with the return of the NASCAR Xfinity Series, INDYCAR, ARCA Racing Series, NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series in 2019.
 
Single-race and event weekend tickets for the 2019 race season at Iowa Speedway go on sale TODAY, beginning at 8 a.m. CT. The holidays are just around the corner and what better gift than to give the gearhead in your family, tickets to attend our world-class racing events next summer.
 
The speedway is pleased to offer 2019 tickets at the same low prices seen in 2018. For the third consecutive year, ticket prices have remained the same; Single-race tickets start at just $20 and event weekend ticket packages, offering as much as a 10 percent discount, begin at $32.
 
"We are excited about the 2019 race season at The Fastest Short Track on the Planet," said Iowa Speedway President David Hyatt. "We host some of the best racing anywhere and encourage race fans to make us part of their summer entertainment calendar.
 
"Iowans take great pride in Iowa Speedway and we appreciate their long-standing support, devotion and reverence for our race track."
 
Single-race and event weekend tickets can be purchased in one of three convenient ways. Fans can purchase tickets, access additional information and ask questions by visiting IowaSpeedway.com, calling 866-787-8946, or dropping by the Ticket Office in Newton, Iowa Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CT.
 
2018 Season Ticket Holders can renew their tickets by clicking HERE or by calling 866-787-8946. Renewals are available until Feb. 21.
 
While most sporting events give ticket holders access to their seat only… here are some incredible experiences that are included with an Iowa Speedway race ticket:
 
Early Infield Fan Walk Access: All ticketed fans will have complimentary access to the Infield Fan Walk ahead of Concourse Gates opening.
Youth Tickets: Iowa Speedway’s Youth Ticketing Program offers free admission for children 12 and under in the grandstands to all six event days.
 
Loyal fans save the most money through Iowa Speedway’s Season Ticket packages which were announced earlier this year. Starting at $99, Season Ticket packages are the best value, offering up to 29 percent off retail prices, in designated sections.
 
Iowa Speedway will host six racing events in 2019.
 
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Iowa 200 – Saturday, June 15
NASCAR Xfinity Series Iowa 250 – Sunday, June 16
ARCA Racing Series Iowa 150 – Friday, July 19
IndyCar Series Iowa 300 – Saturday, July 20
NASCAR K&N Pro Series Casey’s General Store 150 – Friday, July 26
NASCAR Xfinity Series U.S. Cellular 250 – Saturday, July 27

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Las Vegas Motor Speedway will continue to make history in 2019 by pairing the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West and World of Outlaws events for the first time.

The Star Nursery 100 K&N Pro Series West event will take place at the LVMS Dirt Track on Thursday, Feb. 28, as part of a double feature along with the second night of World of Outlaws racing. The World of Outlaws FVP Platinum Battery Outlaw Showdown presented by Star Nursery will run Wednesday, Feb. 27, and Thursday, Feb. 28, helping kick off the track’s Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube NASCAR race weekend.

The combined event will give LVMS five consecutive days of racing at its nearly 1,000-acre facility. The Stratosphere 200 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race will follow the Dirt Track events on Friday, March 1, with the Boyd Gaming 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race taking place on Saturday and the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event anchoring the weekend on Sunday.

“We had four consecutive successful days of racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in September, and we’re excited to increase that to five days in a row this spring,” LVMS President Chris Powell said. “Combining the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West and World of Outlaws series has never been done before, and we’ve become accustomed to making history here in Las Vegas in recent years. This racing lineup will appeal to a variety of racing fans and is further proof that we are indeed the world’s most versatile motorsports facility.”

The 2018 Star Nursery 100 – won by Sheldon Creed in September – marked the first NASCAR K&N Pro Series race on a dirt track since 1979.

“The inaugural Star Nursery 100 was historic. Returning to the dirt for the first time in almost 40 years, Hailie Deegan winning the pole and long-time team owner Matt Levin winning his first race thanks to Sheldon Creed’s late dash made this an unforgettable event,” said Brandon Thompson, managing director of NASCAR regional series. “It’s rare to make history with an event two years in a row, so we’re excited to return to Las Vegas for an even better show in 2019.”

LVMS has hosted World of Outlaws events at its half-mile Dirt Track dating back to 1996 and has held double features every spring since 2013.

“We’re excited our traditional two-day event in Las Vegas is continuing to grow with the addition of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West,” World of Outlaws COO Tom Deery said. “We’re also looking forward to showcasing this historically popular event with our style of high-horsepower, high-speed, winged Outlaw dirt racing to a whole new audience. We like making history with our World of Outlaws events, and combining with NASCAR on the same night at the same track will certainly be a first that no one will want to miss.”

Various ticket packages, fun extras and special-access passes for LVMS’s first NASCAR weekend of 2019 are available at www.lvms.com or by calling 1-800-644-4444.

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Hulman & Company announced a multiyear agreement today with Speedway LLC, making the national convenience store chain the Official Fuel and Official Convenience Store of INDYCAR, the IndyCar Series, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indianapolis 500 beginning in 2019.

Speedway LLC (Speedway) is the nation's second largest company-owned and -operated convenience store chain with almost 4,000 retail convenience stores across the United States. Headquartered in Enon, Ohio, Speedway is a subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC) and has locations in 35 states. The IndyCar Series will conduct 11 races in those states in 2019.

"Speedway has a large national footprint along with the desire to establish a partnership with the IndyCar Series and its many events reaching millions of consumers," said Mark Miles, CEO of Hulman & Company, which owns INDYCAR and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. "Speedway also has a broad reach within the region, ensuring a shared interest in leveraging the Indianapolis 500 as a central element of its retail promotion during the month of May. We believe this will be a beneficial relationship for Speedway, INDYCAR and all of our race promoters."

As the Official Fuel for INDYCAR, Speedway will provide the fuel powering every car at every race in the IndyCar Series. The series' 2019 schedule features 17 races, beginning with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg (Florida) on March 10 and concluding with the INDYCAR Grand Prix of Monterey (California) on Sept. 22. The schedule is anchored by the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 26.

The agreement also calls for Speedway signage to be placed at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Speedway media assets within NBC Sports' exclusive coverage of the IndyCar Series starting in 2019. Speedway fuel also will power Hulman & Company's fleet of trucks and IMS equipment.

"We are excited about this partnership with INDYCAR and Indianapolis Motor Speedway," said Tony Kenney, president of Speedway. "The Indianapolis 500 itself is one of the premier events in the world of motorsports, and Speedway has a strong brand presence in the INDYCAR race markets, so our relationship will be very complementary. The IndyCar Series is a great way to showcase Speedway's brand and quality fuel offerings, including the fuel that will power the race cars at each event."

The IndyCar Series offers the most diverse and challenging schedule in motorsports. In 2019, five events take place on oval tracks, five races are held on temporary street circuits and seven on permanent road courses.

Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the world's largest spectator sporting facility and the most famous racetrack on Earth. It hosts renowned racing events and series, including the crown jewel of the IndyCar Series, the Indianapolis 500.

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 For decades, fans in the Talladega Superspeedway frontstretch grandstands located near Turn 1 have been treated to some of NASCAR’s closest finishes at the venue’s legendary start-finish line. Beginning with this spring’s GEICO 500 weekend from April 26-28, campers will have the opportunity to forever experience the thrill of the track’s epic checkered flag conclusions from the comfort of their RVs in the new Finish Line Premium RV area.

Adding RV upgrades and amenities is a major aspect of Talladega’s $50 million Transformation redevelopment project, which will showcase several new renovations that will crank up the fan experience to the next level at Alabama’s historic 2.66-mile complex during its 50th Anniversary. Construction is already underway for a new Turn 3 Oversized Vehicle Tunnel that is also scheduled to open in time for the spring race weekend. The 2-lane underpass will be large enough to accommodate RVs and give campers 24-hour access to the infield starting Wednesday of race week. New Infield Shower Trailers are also set to be completed for spring of 2019.

The Finish Line Premium RV reserved area, which will be located on the inside of the track just past the start-finish line, will add 67 paved RV camping spots perfect for both motorhomes and fifth wheels. Each spot will be 21 feet by 50 feet in size and provide full hookups to power, water and sewer. The area, which will give fans a bird’s-eye view of the field of drivers as they cross the start-finish line and head off into Turn 1, will also be secured and have designated quiet times.

An all-inclusive package is available for campers who reserve a slot in the Finish Line Premium RV area for Talladega’s spring 2019 tripleheader weekend, highlighted by two 5-day infield admission passes and two Sunday Pre-Race Pit Pass Upgrades, which give guests access to an array of activities to see like the Drivers Meeting red carpet entry, the Pre-Race Driver Q&A session and Driver Introductions. 

Guests may purchase up to eight additional infield admissions per account, including ones that come with a Sunday Pre-Race Pit Pass Upgrade. Buyers will also receive a camping placard, one tow vehicle pass and the option to purchase a maximum of two infield parking spots per account in the “Infield Hospitality Parking” lot. 

When the 2019 fall race weekend rolls around, guests will have their first chance to explore the new interactive Garage Fan Zone Experience, the star centerpiece of the Transformation infield project. The area will allow fans to view teams, cars and inspection stations up-close in the new Monster Energy NASCAR Cup garage, as well as relax in a new 35,000-square-foot Open Air Club (includes a 41-foot video board and bar), and enjoy Wi-Fi, concession and souvenir stands, a guest services center and first-aid station. 

For the October ‘19 weekend, guests in the Finish Line Premium RV area will receive two 3-day Garage Fan Zone Experience Passes in lieu of two Sunday Pre-Race Pit Pass Upgrades (in spring) and can choose to upgrade any additional admissions with Garage Fan Zone Experience Passes. All other benefits will remain the same.  

Fans can reserve a Finish Line Premium RV spot for $2,600 per race or $5,200 for the season in Row 1, while slots in Row 2 cost $2,500 for a race and $5,000 for the season.

For more information on Talladega’s Transformation infield project and to purchase spots in the Finish Line Premium RV, fans are encouraged to visit www.talladegasuperspeedway.com or call 855-518-RACE (7223).

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Richmond Raceway (Richmond) strives to provide a family atmosphere for NASCAR fans to create lifelong memories. To further the fan experience families, Richmond is now offering kids’ pricing for DC Solar FanGrounds passes beginning with the 2019 season. NASCAR’s youngest fans will now be able to get closer than ever to NASCAR’s best in the new modernized infield for a special kids’ price.

“Richmond Raceway prides itself on providing a family-friendly experience for our loyal fans,” said Richmond President Dennis Bickmeier. “By offering special kids’ pricing in the DC Solar FanGrounds, we are offering another opportunity for families to grow their NASCAR passion with the full immersion into the sport. I look forward to seeing more fans of all ages in the modernized infield during our two NASCAR race weekends in 2019.”

Kids 12 & under will now have a special ticket price for both single-day and weekend DC Solar FanGrounds passes. For single-day admission, kids 12 & under will be $25 and a race weekend DC Solar FanGrounds pass will be $40.

The DC Solar FanGrounds brings fans closer than ever to their favorite sport. The new modernized infield puts fans right in the middle of the action by providing an unparalleled fan experience. With fan viewing walkways in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garages, fans can watch their favorite drivers and race teams at work. Additionally, fans can watch pre-race and driver introductions, enjoy unique food items from the concession stands, engage with NASCAR celebrity events, and watch the race from one of the many neighborhoods in the DC Solar FanGrounds.

Fans must purchase a race ticket in order to buy a DC Solar FanGrounds pass. The pass allows fans to be in the modernized infield during the entire race. DC Solar FanGrounds passes for adults are $70 for individual races or $125 for a full race weekend. For more information on the DC Solar FanGrounds, visit richmondraceway.com/fangrounds.

Kids 12 & under also experience special discounts on grandstand tickets throughout the NASCAR season. On NASCAR Xfinity Series race nights, kids 12 & under are free in all grandstands section with a ticketed adult. For Monster Energy Series races, kids 12 & under are $25 off in every grandstand section. For more information on kids pricing, visit richmondraceway.com/kidstickets.

Adult discounts are also offered for RICHMOND NATION season ticket holders, military, and groups. The best way for fans to get the most out of their 2019 NASCAR season at Richmond is to become a RICHMOND NATION Season Ticket Holder. These fans have tickets to both the April and September NASCAR race weekends for the best price on their seats and receive exclusive RICHMOND NATION perks. From special discounts to invitations for exclusive events, these benefits reward our most loyal fans. Signing up is free for fans. To become a RICHMOND NATION member, visit richmondraceway.com/richmondnation or call 866-455-7223.

In appreciation for all that our service members do for our great country, Richmond is proud to offer the Military Appreciation Program. Past and present service members enjoy exclusive discounts on NASCAR Xfinity Series tickets. Service members also receive a discount on DC Solar FanGrounds passes with the purchase of a Monster Energy Series race ticket. To learn more about the Military Appreciation Program, visit richmondraceway.com/military.

America’s Premier Short Track is the perfect location for group outings. Tickets are available for both NASCAR race weekends with special savings with the purchase of 20 or more tickets. The option is perfect for businesses, civic groups and social clubs, charter bus companies, and more. For more information about Richmond group ticket packages, visit richmondraceway.com.

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On the heels of Thanksgiving, the holiday season shifted gears Monday afternoon as the largest living Christmas tree in the state of Texas was raised at Texas Motor Speedway. The mammoth 74-foot, 7,000-pound Norway Spruce traveled more than 1,200 miles from Dutchman Tree Farms in Manton, Mich., and will be the centerpiece for the Speedway Children's Charities-Texas Chapter's annual grant and tree lighting ceremony set for Tuesday, Dec. 4, beginning at 6 p.m. CT.

The tree will be officially lit at 6:20 p.m. and will be immediately followed by one of the only holiday-themed fireworks displays in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The event is free to the public and all guests will receive complimentary hot cocoa and holiday cookies as well as a voucher for a free trip through the popular Gift of Lights holiday display at Texas Motor Speedway (a $25 value with only one voucher allowed per family and valid for entry that evening only).

The tree lighting has been a speedway tradition since the facility opened in 1997. This year's tree, the tallest in the speedway's history, will be decorated with 10,000 LED lights, oversized ornaments and topped with a 4'x4' foot gold star featuring the Speedway Motorsports, Inc. corporate globe.

The event on Dec. 4 also includes a special visit from Santa Claus and Encore, an ensemble group from Northwest High School that will sing holiday songs during the program.

Speedway Children's Charities-Texas Chapter will be distributing more than $250,000 in grants to North Texas children's organizations, including a $139,000 Founder's Grant to the Sci-Tech Discovery Center. The grant will be used to bring the Mobile Maker Van to life. The workshop on wheels will consist of a van and 16-foot trailer outfitted with the essential tools and kits to operate on-site stream programs, which will bring opportunities to schools and children that otherwise would be unable to visit the Sci-Tech Discovery Center in Frisco.

SCC-Texas will also distribute free bicycles and helmets to Santa Cop, Metrocrest Services and Lewisville New Hope Learning Center organizations while the JPS Foundation will receive baby carriers.

SCC-Texas Chapter has made a lasting impact on children in North Texas since its inception in 1997 by awarding more than $10.85 million in grants to area children's organizations. The funds are raised through special events held throughout the year, with the majority of them centered on the three major race weeks at Texas Motor Speedway.

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The Boise Bath and Kitchen Company Winter Heat Series debuted Saturday, November 24, as the Big Daddy’s Barbecue Hornets, Bombers, and Open Division competitors strapped in for their first post season meeting.

The Big Daddy’s Barbecue Hornets were first to the green flag.  Nick Durbin sliced his way to the early lead, but quickly found himself under fire from Colton Nelson.  Meridian, Idaho’s Nelson sailed by to take the top spot on lap twenty before Chuck Youngblood broke free from the pack and steamed to the leader’s rear bumper.

As Nelson pushed hard to keep first place his machine broke loose and Youngblood pounced.  Nelson gathered himself and kept pace with Youngblood as the lead duo sped into lapped traffic.  With Youngblood bottled up Nelson ducked low, but couldn’t complete the late pass and Caldwell, Idaho’s Youngblood took the first Boise Bath and Kitchen Company Winter Heat Series victory.

Jodi Moen may not have led the Bomber field to green, but by the end of lap one the Jerome, Idaho youngster had muscled her way atop the Pepsi-Cola scoreboard.  Moen showed the way through the race’s first half before Jett Nelson raced through the ranks and caught the lady racer and relegated her to second. 

Moen continued to wheel her car hard to keep in contact with Nelson, though she could only watch as the leader grew smaller and smaller in the windshield.  With seven laps to go Moen’s persistence paid off as Nelson’s engine began to sputter.  Moen quickly caught back up to the leader, and with two laps left worked her way around Nelson’s stricken machine to cross the Caleb’s Chop Shop Victory Stripe first.

The gremlin that plagued Jett Nelson during the Bomber main event was determined to be an empty fuel tank.  With a full load of fuel on board the young Meridian, Idaho driver pulled back on track to compete in the Open Division’s 25 lap feature.  The green flag waved and Nelson weaved his way to the early lead. 

Behind Nelson, Doyle Moen got his NAPA Auto Parts Big 5 Late Model warmed up, and on lap ten dove below Nelson for the lead.  Surrounded by slower Bomber and Big Daddy’s Barbecue Hornet racers, Moen yielded the lead and pulled into the pit area two laps later, which left the lead and the win to Nelson.

With the Boise Bath and Kitchen Company Winter Heat Series’ first three feature winners crowned, the quarter-mile asphalt oval turns its sights to Saturday, December 15, and the Hornet Mini-Enduro 100.  Along with the $500 to win 100 lap Big Daddy’s Barbecue Hornet feature, the Junior Stingers, Bombers, Mini Stocks, and Open divisions are slated for a potentially snowy speedway smack down.  Stay tuned to meridianspeedway.com for more information on the Boise Bath and Kitchen Company Winter Heat Series and text ‘meridianspeed’ to 84483 to receive exclusive updates from around the quarter-mile.  We’ll see you Saturday, December 15, for the Hornet Mini-Enduro 100 under the big yellow water tower at Meridian Speedway.

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With Christmas just a few weeks away Grandview Speedway, the NASCAR sanctioned weekly track located in Bechtelsville, PA, is offering a gift idea for that special someone.

Again this year, with no increase in the price, the one-third-mile, banked clay track, headed into its 57th consecutive season of operation, is offering season passes that cover the admission to every Saturday event in 2019 starting with the season opener on April 6th and continuing through the huge Freedom 76 Classic on September 21st.

The season pass is priced at $350 which affords a significant savings for fans planning to attend all the Saturday events on the schedule kicking off with the Bruce Rogers Memorial on April 6th.

As in the past the season pass holders will be invited to select their reserved seat for the season early in 2019.

The season pass does not include the Bob Miller/Rogers Family promoted Thunder on the Hill special events.

Season passes are available by sending a check covering the passes being ordered, payable to Grandview Speedway, to Grandview Speedway, 87 Wilt Road, Bechtelsville, PA 19505. To speed delivery please include a self-addressed postage paid envelope.

A complete schedule of events taking place at the popular racing facility will be announced in the near future.

The season opens with the annual free-to-the-public practice session on Saturday, March 30th at noon.

Information on event sponsorships, billboard and track magazine advertising, is available from Ernie Saxton at 267.934.7286 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. A brochure with complete details on marketing opportunities is available upon request.

Grandview Speedway is located on Passmore Road in Bechtelsville, PA, just off Route 100, 10 miles north of Pottstown. Keep up to date at www.grandviewspeedway.com or on Facebook. Telephone 610.754.7688.

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Black Friday (Nov. 23) and Cyber Monday (Nov. 26) are approaching fast and NASCAR fans should look no further than the gift of ‘DEGA when searching for the perfect holiday deal. Talladega Superspeedway has a special $75 Black Friday/Cyber Monday Package offer – with $40 savings – for the spring tripleheader weekend, April 26-28, 2019, featuring the GEICO 500. To take advantage, fans can visit here.

Whether it is for yourself or for someone else, this package is for everyone and includes:

  • One (1) Lincoln Grandstand Ticket (between the exit of Turn 4 and the entrance to pit road) for the GEICO 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event on Sunday, April 28
  • One (1) weekend FanVision rental and one (1) headset valid for the spring race weekend April 26-28, which features the General Tire 200 (April 26) for the ARCA Racing Series, the Talladega 300 (April 27) for the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the GEICO 500 (April 28) for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
  • One (1) Talladega Christmas card

A kids Black Friday/Cyber Monday Package is also available for kids 12 and younger for only $37.50 and the same inclusions apply. To purchase a kids package fans must call 1-877-Go2-DEGA.

The FanVision controller delivers fans exclusive content throughout race weekend. The controller puts fans inside the racing action with a live broadcast, up to eight in-car cameras, radio scanners for all drivers, detailed driver stats and bios, plus much more!

Talladega Superspeedway will celebrate its 50th Anniversary in 2019, as well as the $50 million Transformation Infield Project. An Oversized Vehicle Tunnel that will be open 24 hours is slated for completion during the spring weekend. Ticket information for those races and all Talladega Superspeedway events is available online at www.talladegasuperspeedway.com or by calling 1-877-Go2-DEGA. 

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday savings will be available to race fans who want to take advantage of the best short track racing in the world at Bristol Motor Speedway.

In Northeast Tennessee, Black Friday is officially “Food City 500 Friday”, where guests can save big for the April race weekend. Those looking for Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race experiences will want to be ready for Cyber Monday, when tickets officially go on-sale for the one-of-a-kind under the lights experience.

Early-bird pricing for the Food City 500 on Sunday, April 7 will be honored on Black Friday, with tickets to one of the most anticipated short track races in the country starting at only $45. And with the new SMI Weather Guarantee, NASCAR fans' ticket purchases are protected. In addition to the $45 Food City 500 tickets, kids 12-and-under are only $10 for three days of action (including Sunday’s main event)!

In addition, April guests will want to take advantage of major savings on a Pre-Race SuperPass for only $45. The add-on Pre-Race SuperPass provides fans with a pre-race track walk, track access for the pre-race concert and stageside access for Bristol’s wildly popular driver introductions. Mix in a discounted Racing Electronics scanner or FanVision to create the ultimate memory for the fan-favorite April weekend experience.

Those looking for Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race offers will not be disappointed as tickets officially go on-sale on Cyber Monday, starting at only $60. The Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race is where NASCAR’s best gladiators battle under the lights of The Last Great Colosseum, a one-of-a-kind experience. Add on a Pre-Race SuperPasses for only $49 and a discounted Racing Electronics scanner/FanVision for a true bucket list event.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please call the BMS Ticket Office at 423-BRISTOL or visit www.BRISTOLTix.com.

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