Today, Kentucky Speedway announced it is expanding its relations with tickets.com through a multi-year integrated ticketing agreement. The leading business-to-business ticketing solutions provider will sell tickets for all 2001 races at Kentucky Speedway through its Cincinnati area retail outlets network including: Meijer, Hader Hardware and Play It Again Sports stores.

Kentucky Speedway has been selling tickets over the internet since January 2001 through tickets.com. Fans can visit www.kentuckyspeedway.com or go to www.tickets.com to secure their seats.

"Tickets.com's broad distribution network provides several ways to purchase tickets to our events, making the purchase process simple and extremely convenient," said Mark F. Cassis, Executive Vice President and General Manager at Kentucky Speedway.

Kentucky Speedway hosts four exciting race weekends in 2001 starting in May. The NASCAR Busch Series; the nations second richest and most popular stock car racing series, debuts in Kentucky June 16th. The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, ARCA and the NASCAR All Pro Series will return for the 2001 season. In 2000, Kentucky Speedway drew national attention when all three series had their largest stand-alone crowds of the season. Plus, on the Indy Racing Northern Light Series, only the famed Indianapolis 500 outdrew Kentucky.

"We are delighted to provide racing fans in the Midwest the ability to easily access tickets through our superior technology and broad retail distribution system," said W. Thomas Gimple, Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Tickets.com.

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