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Now is the time to lock in your tickets and campsites for Michigan International Speedway in 2017. Renewals for both NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekends are on sale.
The speedway is making it easy for guests at the track in 2016 to get the best prices on tickets and camping for 2017. Fans can visit www.mispeedway.com/renewals or call 800-354-1010 to renew.
“We are excited to offer our loyal customers the best prices during the renewal period for the 2017 season,” track President Rick Brenner said. “We look forward to hosting them during our NASCAR weekends next year and showing off the Irish Hills area to so many people. The NASCAR Chase for the Championship has been exciting to watch this year and we cannot wait for 2017.”
Prices will NEVER be lower. Guests can select the payment plan that works best for with only 25 percent down. You’ll get first dibs on upgrades before the general public.
The first of the track’s two traditional NASCAR weekends is June 16-18 with the Corrigan Oil 200 ARCA Racing Series on June 16; NASCAR XFINITY Series on June 17; and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series FireKeepers Casino 400 is on Father’s Day on June 18.
The Sprint Cup Series will wind up its summertime stint at MIS, and be back again on August 13 with the Pure Michigan 400. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race is on August 12.
Prices on all tickets (even Friday and Saturday), infield wristbands, campsites, pit passes, hospitality and more will go up after the renewal period. The only way to get the best pricing is to renew before November 14.
If guests want additional campsites and Sunday grandstand admission tickets, please call during a special call-in time January 17-21. Guests can also add Friday and Saturday admissions, Pit and Paddock Passes, Pre-Race Driver Introductions, Busch Acceleration Club, FanVision rentals, scanner rentals and campground overnight parking passes to orders now!
Michigan International Speedway continues to keep ticket prices low for 2017. Race fans who renew will have the best prices and the best seats. Tickets for a NASCAR Sprint Cup race start at $29, with guests 12 and under half price, ensuring families a chance to see NASCAR at affordable prices.
NASCAR fans can camp all week long for one price, starting at $135.
The track will also continue its affordable pricing program where guests 12 and under are free on Friday and Saturday of event weekends.
And if you want a turn-key option to help you make arrangements, PrimeSport is offering official FireKeepers Casino 400 travel packages and Pure Michigan 400 travel packages that include: two or three-night hotel accommodations, round-trip transfers to the race and airport, official welcome gifts, PrimeSport credential holder and lanyard, breakfast at the hotel and premium race tickets (with upgrades available). Each package is customizable and can be fit to a fan’s specific needs.
For more information on the Official Travel Packages for races at Michigan International Speedway, visit PrimeSport.com.
Lastly, visit www.MIScamping.com for a one-stop camping option for all events. This year, Faster Horses guests can also get camping help.
6.10.2019hen Joey Logano starts on the pole at Michigan International Speedway, it usually means he ends the race in the same position – out front.
6.8.2019Tyler Reddick used a good pit call and a little bit of luck to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series LTi Printing 250 at Michigan International Series.
6.7.2019The ARCA Menard Series VizCom 200 came down to the final turn on the last lap as Michael Self passed Ty Majeski to earn the win.
6.6.2019When you hear the names Roger Penske, Jack Roush and Darrell Waltrip, you know you are referring to legends in the world of NASCAR. In 2019, those legends will be inducted into the Michigan International Speedway Wall of Fame.