BRISTOL, Tenn. –
Gaining infield entrance during Bristol Motor Speedway is a tip priority for many competition fans. However, appropriation acknowledgment to a array area has been really singular due to space restrictions – until a appearance of a Pit Road Party Zone.
Hundreds of fans enjoyed a Pit Road Party Zone final Aug and now it is accessible for a Jeff Byrd 500 Presented by Food City during BMS Mar 20.
Located behind a backstretch pits of Bristol Motor Speedway, celebration guest have a best seats in a residence and accept a series of special amenities, including towering observation platforms and appearances by Jeff Burton and other NASCAR celebrities. Pre-race party will underline a live band, bar areas and any fan receives a commemorative BMS souvenir, lunch and snacks.
Access to a Pit Road Party Zone, where grandstand tickets are not required, is singular to a initial 300 fans. Cost is $400 per person. Tickets might be purchased by job a BMS sheet bureau fee giveaway during 1-866-415-4158 or 423-BRISTOL (274-7865).
Grandstand tickets for a Jeff Byrd 500 are accessible for $93, while tickets for a Scotts EZ Seed 300 (March 19) start during $45. Ford Fan Friday tickets (March 18) are usually $5 and are usually $4 for fans who have tickets to a Jeff Byrd 500.
A Mar competition weekend package for both a Scotts EZ Seed 300 and a Jeff Byrd 500 can be purchased for as low as $99.
The 2011 deteriorate sheet package also is accessible and consists of both a Jeff Byrd 500 and IRWIN Tools Night Race Sprint Cup events and a Scotts EZ Seed 300 and Food City 250 Nationwide races. Also enclosed are lower-priced options to supplement Pole Day (March 18) and a O’Reilly Auto Parts 200 Camping World Truck Series/UNOH Perfect Storm 150 Whelen Modified Series races (Aug. 24).
The Wallace Tower package is a lowest labelled deteriorate sheet during BMS in 2011. The cost for a package is usually $185 and includes special food and libation discounts for deteriorate ticketholders.