MIS teams with Jeff Gordon for special ticket packageShare
Michigan International Speedway has teamed up with four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion and NASCAR on FOX analyst Jeff Gordon for a special ticket package during the June race weekend at the track.
The package, which is available to all NASCAR fans for $124 includes:
- One seat for the NASCAR XFINITY Series race on Saturday, June 11
- One seat for the FireKeepers Casino 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday, June 12
- A Q&A session with Gordon that weekend
- $20 in MIS money to spend on food
“Jeff has always said Michigan is one of his favorite racetracks,” MIS President Roger Curtis said. “We are thrilled he is part of a ticket package for the awesome fans here.”
Tickets for the Jeff Gordon 24ever Ticket Package are available at www.MISpeedway.com\24ever or by calling 800-354-1010.
2016 Jeff Gordon Fan Club members have the opportunity to receive preferred access at the special Jeff Gordon Q&A session. To become a member, join at this link.
Gordon, a four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion and three-time Sprint Cup race winner at Michigan, completed his final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season in 2015. He made his debut in the broadcast booth with FOX Sports to start this year’s NASCAR season, including today’s DAYTONA 500.
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