Six-race, two-weekend season ticket plans and season campsite passes are on sale now.

The 2011 speedway schedule features two tripleheader weekends spotlighting the most NASCAR and¬open-wheel action in the facility's 12-year history. The inaugural 400-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race will take the green flag July 9 and conclude an opening weekend that additionally showcases a Thursday, July 7 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event and a 300-mile NASCAR Nationwide Series battle on Friday, July 8. The speedway's second tripleheader weekend opens with a Saturday, October 1 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race before closing out with a 300-mile IZOD IndyCar Series tilt and 100-mile Firestone Indy Lights dash on Sunday, October 2.

Six-race season ticket plans are on sale now and include one reserved ticket to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, IZOD IndyCar Series and Firestone Indy Lights races along with one general admission ticket to both NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events. Plan seat locations are in prime grandstand areas, including the new 19,000-capacity Ohio Tower and Kentucky

Tower grandstands that will feature chair-back seats. Five plan price levels reflect a discount off single-event ticket pricing. Customers ordering one to three plans will receive a 10 percent discount with prices ranging from $199 to $309 per plan. Those reserving four or more plans will receive a 20 percent discount with prices ranging $179 to $279 per plan. Plan owners will have the right to renew reserved seat locations for future seasons, expand their order for future seasons, change seat locations for future seasons and take advantage of an optional, interest-free payment plan.

Fans also are able to purchase season infield and reserved campsite passes. Trackside and Interior season campsite passes in the Red, White and Blue infield campgrounds are priced at $350 and $400. New reserved Millionaire's Row and Lakeside campgrounds feature electric hook-ups. Lakeside campsites sold out during the speedway's exclusive sales period for those who held a season ticket plan as of the 2010 season or made a priority notice deposit. Campsites developed during Phase I of the Millionaire's Row campground sold out. Plans for Phase II will be revealed soon and fans will be able to make a priority deposit on a Millionaire's Row season campsite pass by visiting the Camping page of this Web site. Season Millionaire's Row campsite passes are priced at $600.

"We worked very hard to ensure our season ticket plans and season campsite passes offer tremendous value. It's the best time to be counted among our most loyal supporters and we know our growing fan base is anxiously anticipating the historic, once-in-a-lifetime moment when we play host to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series," Kentucky Speedway General Manager Mark Simendinger said.

More information about Kentucky Speedway season ticket plans and season campsite passes is available on the Tickets page and Camping page of this Web site, by phone at 859-578-2300 or by visiting the speedway between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. weekdays at 400 Buttermilk Pike, Suite 100, in Ft. Mitchell, Ky., near the Montgomery Inn Restaurant or at a temporary Sparta, Ky., office located just past Kentucky Speedway Entrance 3 off of Ky. Hwy 35 N and I-71 Exit 57.

Story by Mike Schmaltz



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