2011 KANSAS SPEEDWAY TICKETS ON SALE WITH NEW OPTIONS
In 2011, Kansas Speedway will not only offer two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races for the first time, but fans will have the opportunity to purchase single race tickets for the first time as well. Kansas Speedway will also offer three flexible payment options for fans.
“We have listened to feedback from our fans and the strong desire by some to purchase single race tickets and believe that this is the perfect opportunity to offer individual race day tickets with the second Sprint Cup race coming to Kansas Speedway in 2011,” said Kansas Speedway President Pat Warren. “As we all continue to struggle with the current economic climate, we also felt that this was the right time to offer more flexible payment plans.. Our fans have been tremendous in their support and we hope these new options will allow them to continue to enjoy racing at Kansas Speedway. Additionally, we hope our new approach will attract new fans to our facility and expose them to the excitement of NASCAR Racing. ”
Season tickets, which will include both NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events, the NASCAR Nationwide Series event and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, are still available and will offer fans the best value. Each season ticket also includes a Track Pass, which allows fans access to the infield for driver introductions, pre-race entertainment and other activities prior to both Sunday events. Season tickets start as low as $159.
For Kansas Speedway’s first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event on June 5, tickets start at $59. On Oct. 9, tickets for the fourth race in NASCAR’s Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup start at just $64.
Tickets for the June 4 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at $25 and tickets for the NASCAR Nationwide Series start at only $40.
Tickets are on sale now for 2011 and can be purchased by calling 866.460.RACE (7223) or logging onto www.kansasspeedway.com. 2010 ticket holders can guarantee their same seats in 2011 by renewing their tickets by Nov. 5, 2010.
Parking is always free at Kansas Speedway and fans can bring a 6x6x12-inch soft-sided cooler into the grandstands with their favorite food and drink.
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