Treat Yourself To An All-Inclusive Race ExperienceShare
If you've ever taken a vacation to Mexico, some of the most popular resorts
feature all-inclusive packages, which provide everything you need so you never
have to leave the resort. Your visit to Michigan International Speedway this
summer could be very similar if purchasing a Victory Lane Club hospitality
The popular Victory Lane Club, offered on NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Sunday's on June 17 and August 19, along with the NASCAR Busch Series race on August 18, features an all-inclusive experience that is second to none.
"Our Victory Lane Club hospitality package is a great way for fans to experience race day without having to worry about food, drinks or pre-race entertainment. It's all included in the package," track President Roger Curtis said. "This is just another way for fans to experience MIS from a different perspective and at their own pace."
Each package includes breakfast, lunch and beverages, a pre-race pit pass, official souvenir program and a commemorative event gift. As a member of the Victory Lane Club, fans can also get up-close and personal with some of today's top NASCAR stars. Drivers such as Kevin Harvick, Ryan Newman and David Stremme have served as past guests in Victory Lane Club on race day.
If you are attending a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series or IRL IndyCar® Series race in 2007, similar all-inclusive packages exist for those events. The Tailgate Club is offered for fans attending the Craftsman Truck race and the Legends Club is available for fans of the IRL IndyCar Series.
If you've already purchased your race ticket for 2007, prices for fan hospitality are as follows:
• Tailgate Club (NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series), June 16 - $49
• Victory Lane Club (NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Citizens Bank 400), June 17 - $179
• Legends Club (IRL IndyCar Series), August 5 - $99
• Victory Lane Club (NASCAR Busch Series CARFAX 250), August 18 - $99
• Victory Lane Club (NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series 3M Performance 400), August 19 - $179
New traffic initiatives have been introduced and are another step in Michigan International Speedway's commitment to the fans. These initiatives include revising the outbound traffic plan following NEXTEL Cup events. A one-way pattern will go into effect on M-50 from Brooklyn to Napoleon. The 2-lane outbound pattern on US-12 East will extend from MIS to M-52. In addition, two grandstands in Turn One are being replaced with new, fan friendly grandstands. The new grandstands offer race fans premium seating and amazing sightlines of MIS' two-mile oval.
Along with the new Turn One seating, MIS is in the process of enhancing tram stops and will purchase additional trams for disabled guests, as well as build premium RV camping along pit road.
Tickets for all the speedway's races, including the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Citizens Bank 400 on June 17 and the 3M Performance 400 on August 19, are on sale by calling the MIS Ticket Hotline at 1-800-354-1010 or by visiting www.MISpeedway.com.
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