Speedway launches redesigned websiteShare
Michigan International Speedway launched its redesigned website with a whole new look. The enhanced website includes many fan friendly features that will add to the guest experience.
The website, www.mispeedway.com, was launched with a modern look and new features to make it easier for fans to locate information and purchase tickets. The site will help guests educate themselves about the two NASCAR race weekends and plan their trips for a summertime of memories.
“We are happy to launch our new redesigned website for our fans,” track President Rick Brenner said. “The website is a key communication tool for our guests to learn about the races and prepare for their trip to the track. The site is an extension of our dedication to customer service and we worked to make it as fan friendly as possible.”
The site was designed with the mobile user in mind and how to make it friendlier for those who use mobile devices. Guests will enjoy the ease of use and maneuverability the redesigned site provides for those on a phone or tablet.
The navigation buttons at the top of every page include – tickets, events, camping & hotels, plan your visit, corporate partnerships and about us. In addition, at the top of each page are buttons to allow guests to purchase tickets and campsites to the races.
NASCAR returns to Michigan International Speedway twice in 2018 and you can be part of the action. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series FireKeepers Casino 400 weekend is June 8-10. On Aug. 10-12 the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will return to NASCAR’s fastest track.
Tickets to the two NASCAR weekends go on sale to the public on February 8. And fans will want to get their tickets fast to save up to $50 per grandstand ticket and up to $30 per campsite.
Children 12 and under are free on Fridays and Saturdays. On Sundays, children 12 and under tickets start at $15. Children 12 and under can attend three days of NASCAR action for just $15, ensuring families a weekend of fun at affordable prices.
And fans can stay after the LTi Printing 250 in June for the free Saturday post-race concert featuring 38 Special. After the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in August, The Cadillac Three will play the free concert. All fans with a Sunday ticket will gain admission to the concert! The concert will take place behind Turn 3.
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