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Grand Prix Arizona ticket sales to begin July 1
PHOENIX – Tickets will go on sale for the inaugural Grand Prix Arizona on July 1, 2007.  Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster.com; all Ticketmaster retail outlets and Ticketmaster charge by phone at 1-480-784-4444.

The three-day festival of speed and entertainment to be held November 30 – December 2, 2007 will feature the season-ending race in the Champ Car World Series, a Pro-Celebrity race, and a Historic Grand Prix race.  The December 2 Champ Car World Series race will feature open-wheel cars reaching speeds of up to 180 miles per hour around a 2.087-mile, 16-turn temporary street course through the heart of downtown Phoenix encompassing US Airways Arena, Chase Field and the Warehouse District.

In addition to the on-track activity, Grand Prix Arizona will be the first major motorsports event to go “green” and include a “green” expo by Earthshift ‘07; the event schedule will also include a free street party featuring concerts with superstar acts.  More details will be released on the star-studded line-ups for these events and separate tickets will be available for purchase.

“The inaugural Grand Prix Arizona is going to be a hot ticket,” said Grand Prix Arizona President and Chief Executive Officer Jim Freudenberg. “We have a variety of ticketing options so that our guests can tailor their weekend experience to suit their needs,” he said. 

Ticketing options that are available include:

Pit Lane VIP Club
An incredible view of all of the pit lane action is yours in this fabulous trackside suite.  Individual tickets are available for $950 which includes a three- day ticket, paddock access, food and beverages and valet parking.  If you purchase a group of 10 or more tickets, you receive a discount price of $850 per ticket. 

Reserved Grandstand Seats
$99---Two-day reserved seating with a three-day admission ticket (Friday is unreserved seating) which includes paddock access on all three days.

$40--Saturday only reserved seat includes paddock access.

$75--Sunday only reserved seat includes paddock access.


Trackside viewing and paddock access (no seat)
$20--Saturday only

$30—Sunday only

$40--Saturday and Sunday

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