Kentucky Speedway has introduced the Tickets@Home print-on-demand feature which allows guests to conveniently print event tickets from their home or business computers.

Kentucky Speedway is the first motorsports facility in the country to implement the feature.

Tickets@Home is an extension of the Access Control system introduced at the speedway in 2003 through bar-coded event tickets and hand-held admission scanners.

Speedway guests can take advantage of the new ticket feature when purchasing tickets through or Guests receive a bar-coded event ticket on paper which can be presented for admission to speedway events.

"Tickets@Home gives our guests an added convenience when purchasing our event tickets," Kentucky Speedway Director of Ticketing Mike Travis said. "It's a great addition to our current distribution mechanisms and one I know our fans will enjoy."

Kentucky Speedway is in its fifth anniversary season and has attracted more than 1.1 million fans to its race events through its four-year history.

Racing continues at the speedway June 18-19 when the NASCAR Busch Series visits for "The Meijer 300 Presented by Oreo." Friday night is Insight Communications Pole Night and features NASCAR Busch Series qualifying and a NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division Southeast Series race. On Saturday, country artist Tracy Byrd will perform before the "The Meijer 300 Presented by Oreo," the Outback Steakhouse "Bloomin' Onion" Airship will visit and prerace festivities will include an F-18 Fighter Jet flyover.

Event tickets are on sale now and can be purchased in four easy ways:
• By phone at 1-888-652-RACE
• On the World Wide Web at
• In person at either the speedway's Ft. Mitchell ticket office or at the Kentucky Speedway Fan Center off Ky. Hwy. 35 in Sparta, Ky.
• At and all Greater Cincinnati retail outlets including all Meijer stores.

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