Activities and driver appearances added to the weekend scheduleShare
Fans will want to arrive at Michigan International Speedway early this weekend. In addition to the intense action on the track, the speedway has lined up a star-studded list of appearances throughout the facility.
And it is just not appearances happening throughout the weekend. The New Holland Fan Plaza is the place to be with activities for guests of all ages.
Be sure to check out the full weekend schedule at www.mispeedway.com/weekendschedule. And check back daily for any updates.
You can experience the thrill of racing all weekend, albeit on a smaller scale when you take a seat in a go kart. Jackson Speedway has setup a course in the fan plaza to allow guests to race.
On Friday fans will have the opportunity to listen to Q&A sessions by Blake Koch, Brennan Poole and Justin Marks. There will even be an ARCA autograph session at 3 p.m.
The activities and driver appearances increase on Saturday. You will want to be sure to stop by the Fan Zone Stage to listen to the bands playing. There will also be Freestyle MX Shows in the New Holland Fan Plaza among the highlights.
The FireKeepers Casino 400 will be the highlight of the day on Sunday, but don’t wait until the last minute to arrive at the track. Make it a day-long experience. You will be able to hear a Q&A from Ryan Blaney, Trevor Bayne, Jamie McMurray, Greg Biffle, Danica Patrick and Kevin Harvick through the fan plaza.
And the best part is all of the activities and driver appearances are free in the New Holland Fan Plaza.
Maybe you want to take your experience to the next level? MIS has perfect experience for you among hospitality clubs.
The Busch Acceleration Club is designed to get just about anybody’s engines running. It is an all-inclusive club located in the MIS New Holland Fan Plaza just outside of Turn 4. Greg Biffle and 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Kevin Harvick are among drivers making appearances. In addition, see Detroit Lions 2016 draft picks DT A’Shawn Robinson and LB Antwione Williams will conduct a Q&A.
Spend your NASCAR weekend in comfort in the Champions Club presented by CP Federal Credit Union. Featuring awesome views, catered food, beverages and weekend pit and paddock access. And you never know who will drop by for a visit. Among those scheduled to stop in during the weekend include Brandon Jones, Blake Koch, Alex Bowman and Kurt Busch.
Located in the Pit Road Suites directly above Pit Lane, you’ll be able to see and feel the action on the track, then sit back and enjoy resort-quality food service. The Farm Bureau Insurance Victory Lane Club also provides a rooftop deck that allows you and your guests to watch all the action at Michigan International Speedway. Your weekend would not be complete without visits from Landon Cassill, Blake Koch, Corey LaJoie and David Ragan.
Ingnite your weekend in the Ignition Club in the Pit Road Suites where Chris Buescher, J.J. Yeley and Matt DiBenedetto will keep you entertained.
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