NASCAR News and Notes: The Chase comes to Richmond

rirLast-minute ticket options for RIR’s NASCAR weekend: As NASCAR prepares to roll into Richmond September 5 & 6, fans have several last-minute ticket options for Saturday’s Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race and Friday’s Virginia529 College Savings 250NASCAR nationwide series race.

Kids 12 & younger feel the thrill and excitement of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at $25 off the adult price in EVERY grandstand. Kids are admitted FREE in general admissionon Friday.

College students can celebrate the start of the school year “under the lights” at America’s Premier Short Track for only $19. College students may purchase online in advance or on race day – must present college ID at ticket window. Click here for College Pricing info.

Cheez-It and RIR are proud to bring the Military Appreciation offer, which includes a complimentary Pre-Race Pit Pass on SaturdayCheez-It Military Appreciation Info.

Groups of 20 or more receive special pricing and priority seating. Group Sales Info.

Fan Vision Ticket Package ($65) includes a Federated Auto Parts 400 race ticket and a FanVision Controller and headset rental.

Racing Electronics Ticket Package ($50) includes a Federated Auto Parts 400 race ticket and a Racing Electronics headset scanner rental.

Friday Pre-Race Pit Pass ($55) gets you in the infield for NASCAR Knockout Pole Qualifying and practice. These are available for guests 16 & older and can be purchased in advance or at the gate.

o   Saturday Pre-Race Ceremony Pass ($50) gets you on the track for driver introductions, preceded by live music with The Silver Bullets. This is your chance to get up close to all 43 drivers, just minutes before they battle on the track.

 

Remaining fan hospitality options this weekend at Richmond International Raceway: Looking to upgrade your race day experience at Richmond International Raceway? We have options to take your experience to the next level with add-ons and ticket packages that include pre-race pit passes, exclusive driver appearances, food & beverages, and much more!

 

All-Inclusive Weekend Package ($320 per person), includes:

  • Reserved seat in the Commonwealth Mezzanine for the Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, and the Virginia529 College Savings 250 NASCAR nationwide series race
  • Pre-race pit pass for Friday, September 5 and Saturday, September 6
  • Exclusive Q&A with NASCAR team owner Richard Childress
  • Guided garage tour on Saturday, September 6
  • VIP parking for September 5 and September 6*
  • Admission to the climate-controlled Pit Stop Club hospitality area, from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, which includes a full buffet with beverages – complimentary beer, wine, soft drinks, and water

*One pass issued per four packages purchased.

 

Pit Stop Club ($2,300 per group of 8), includes:

  • Eight reserved grandstand seats in the Commonwealth Mezzanine on the frontstretch for the Saturday, September 6Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race
  • Guided garage tours for each guest
  • Pre-race pit passes for each guest
  • Exclusive Q&A with NASCAR team owner Richard Childress
  • Two VIP parking passes
  • Admission to the climate-controlled Pit Stop Club hospitality area, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., which includes a full buffet with beverages – complimentary beer, wine, soft drinks, and water

 

TORQUE Club ($800 per person), includes:

 

For more information on these options, please call RIR’s Sales Office at 804-228-7611 or e-mail rirsales@rir.com.



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