Kentucky Speedway's new Pit Road Club offers race fans the opportunity to enjoy a unique hospitality experience during the inaugural NASCAR Sprint Cup Series "Quaker State 400" on July 9.

The climate-controlled, two-story, temporary club will be located behind the Pit Road wall near the exit of Turn 4 on the frontstretch and can accommodate as many as 2,000 guests. Club passes are $395 and provide "Quaker State 400" race-day access to a buffet, non-alcoholic beverages, two complimentary alcoholic drink tickets, an exclusive prerace Pit Road tour, a Fan Zone pass providing infield access as well as a grandstand ticket to the July 8 NASCAR Nationwide Series "Feed The Children 300."

Guests who purchase four or more Pit Road Club tickets will receive one of 300 garage-area parking passes to be issued exclusively to club guests.

Fans already holding a "Quaker State 400" ticket can upgrade to the Pit Road Club experience for an additional $195. Upgrades do not include parking passes or "Feed The Children 300" tickets.

Pit Road Club passes can be reserved by clicking be reserved now by clicking TICKETS or calling 859-578-2300 and pressing Option 2. Advance Pit Road Club upgrades are only available by phone. "We created Pit Road Club in response to a steady flow of inquiries regarding upscale race-day hospitality options for the 'Quaker State 400' after our available suites sold out. The club will satisfy that demand while bringing guests a first-of-its-kind view of our action," Kentucky Speedway General Manager Mark Simendinger said.

The "Quaker State 400" rounds out a season-opening Kentucky Speedway NASCAR tripleheader weekend that opens July 7 with a 225-mile Camping World Truck Series event and continues with the "Feed The Children 300."

Story by Mike Schmaltz

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