New for 2019 at MISShare
Renew your tickets now for two great weekends of racing and entertainment at Michigan International Speedway in 2019. And by renewing your tickets early, fans can take advantage of all the new enhancements the track has planned in 2019.
“We are already looking forward to 2019 and welcoming our fans back for two great NASCAR weekends,” MIS President Rick Brenner said. “We have created special season and weekend memberships for our fans to take advantage of the best pricing and best benefits. Our staff is dedicated to enhancing the experience for our fans and campers for the entire week.”
Michigan International Speedway has created a variety of membership packages for fans in 2019. The season membership includes all six NASCAR events in 2019 while cup membership is for guests who come to both Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races. In addition, fans can pick between the June or August race weekends to take advantage of the weekend membership.
Membership benefits include:
- Up to $39 off FanVision rental
- Special concession pricing
- Discounts on Fanatics merchandise
- Exclusive member-only events
- Discount pricing on MISCAMPING.com campsites
- Up to $25 off scanner rentals
The track continues to listen to fans and has created new experiences in 2019. Some of the new enhancements include:
- MISCAMPING.com Brooklyn Trails and MISCAMPING.com M-50 Creekside Campgrounds have the option of coming in on Thursday of race week
- MISCAMPING.com M-50 Creekside Campground will feature DOUBLE-SIZEDcampsites
- Free overnight parking available in pond corner
- Lower price on all overnight parking
- Variety of flexible payment plans with as little as 25% down
Kids 12 and under will continue to be admitted free on Fridays and Saturdays and half-priced on Sundays in the grandstands.
Fans can renew their tickets now at www.mispeedway.com/renewor by calling 888-905-7223. Renewals are available until Nov. 27. Tickets for the general public go on sale on Nov. 30.
Fans will want to stay tuned as more enhancements to the race weekend will be announced soon.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will feature a new aerodynamic racing package in 2019 to bolster the competition. It will be similar to what was used in the 2018 All-Star race. The baseline aero elements of the 2019 rules package are a taller eight-inch by 61-inch rear spoiler, a larger front splitter with a two-inch overhang and a wider radiator pan that measures 37 inches wide in the front tapering to 31 inches at the rear. In addition, a smaller tapered spacer and aerodynamic ducts will be used. The smaller spacer will further limit airflow through the engine and thereby horsepower to a figure around 550.
Michigan International Speedway will continue to be a premier racing facility in 2019 when it hosts a pair of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races. NASCAR’s most entertaining track will host the Monster Energy Series on June 9 and Aug. 11.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series FireKeepers Casino 400 is on June 9. The series will return on Aug. 11 for the Consumers Energy 400.
The XFINITY Series LTi Printing 250 is June 8 while the Gander Outdoors Truck Series Corrigan Oil 200 is scheduled for Aug. 10. The Gander Outdoors Truck Series Corrigan Oil 200 will serve as the cutoff race for the regular season. Drivers will have one final opportunity to make the playoffs in the truck series, adding even more intensity and intrigue to the already thrilling race at MIS.
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.