Kentucky NASCAR fans can drive into good deal at Brickyard 400
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which has provided great fan experiences for the largest auto racing crowds in the world for 100 years, is offering special Brickyard 400 presented by Big Machine Records.com promotions worth up to $50 for ticket holders from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race July 9 at Kentucky Speedway.
Fans who present a ticket from the Kentucky Sprint Cup race at the IMS Ticket Office or remote ticket locations will receive one free admission to Brickyard 400 practice Friday, July 29 or will be admitted to Brickyard 400 qualifying Saturday, July 30 for just $5.
Fans holding tickets from the July 9 race at Kentucky also can park for free Friday and Saturday at IMS Lots 1, 2 and 3, conveniently located on the south, west and north sides of the iconic facility. The regular price is $10 per day to park in those lots.
"As an urban track, we offer a fan experience inside a vibrant city that provides restaurants, nightlife, cultural activities and top-rated hotels in addition to the history and tradition of 100 years of racing at Indianapolis," said Jeff Belskus, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation president and CEO. "We have easy, efficient access to and from the track that allows our fans to participate in activities at the track and, in just a matter of minutes, enjoy all that the city of Indianapolis has to offer or be well on the road toward home or the hotel."
Activity Saturday at IMS includes Brickfest, a new fan feature similar to Miller Lite Carb Day at the Indianapolis 500. The main attraction of Brickfest is a concert by hard rock superstars Hinder following qualifications, with vintage stock car displays and more also available.
Fans can redeem their Kentucky Sprint Cup race tickets for this promotion July 29-30 at remote IMS ticket locations located at Gates 3, 6, 9 and 10A, conveniently located near the parking lots in which these fans can park for free. Kentucky race tickets also can be redeemed at the Ticket Office in the IMS Administration Building on the corner of Georgetown Road and 16th Street, just outside Turn 1 of the famous oval.