Fueled by the success of its inaugural season, Kentucky Speedway is branching out by bringing auto racing to one of Cincinnati's most recognizable restaurants. The Montgomery Inn Boathouse and Kentucky Speedway have partnered to create the "Kentucky Speedway Room".

The "Kentucky Speedway Room" is decorated with Kentucky Speedway memorabilia and includes a Winners Circle area of all drivers who have been in "Victory Lane" at the racetrack. Also included in the room are pictures tracing the development of the track, which transcended from three dairy farms in Gallatin County into a $153 million dollar motorsports complex.

"I want the speedway to touch people everyday in a positive way and by having a room at one of Cincinnati's most popular restaurants we've accomplished a major step. People are excited about the speedway and this will be a fun way for them to enjoy the great food at the Montgomery Inn," said Jerry Carroll, Chairman and Co-Owner of Kentucky Speedway.

The room fits in well with the décor at the restaurant. "With racing being the #1 sport in the country today, we are very excited to have the Kentucky Speedway join our legacy of sport greats that fill the walls of the Montgomery Inn Boathouse here in Cincinnati," explained Dean Gregory, one of the restaurant's owners. The special "Kentucky Speedway Room" can be reserved and to do so call the Montgomery Inn-Boathouse at (513) 721-7427.

The Kentucky Speedway is a the 1.5-mile super speedway with seating for over 66,000 fans located 35 miles south of Cincinnati on I-71 in Northern Kentucky. The 2001 schedule features four race weekends and eleven races. The highlight of the season is the debut of the NASCAR Busch Series at the track June 16th. Seats are now available for all races. Fans have four ways to buy tickets

Montgomery Inn-Boathouse
925 Eastern Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 721-7427