Michigan International Speedway regularly does business with numerous Michigan-based businesses. In all, the speedway has spent more than $400 million with Michigan businesses, vendors and service providers throughout the state since 2002.
Michigan International Speedway is as much about job creation and contributing to the local and state economy as it is about hosting thrilling motorsports events. MIS President Roger Curtis has tasked Michael Printup to unlock even greater potential for the two-mile economic powerhouse.
Camping is an experience like none other during a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend at Michigan International Speedway. Because of its popularity, MIS has added 300 campsites in its Graves Farm Campground which will feature electric hookups and a national park-like setting just to the south of US-12.