For the October Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series Races at Charlotte they have three special ticket packages:
The Bank of America 500 Hall of Fame Package starts at just $99 and includes:
- A frontstretch seat for the Bank of America 500
- A chance to meet Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Junior Johnson
- A tour of the NASCAR Hall of Fame
- A collector's edition magazine from That's Racin'/Charlotte Observer
Are you an avid outdoorsman? Then this package is for you! Enjoy incredible savings and benefits with your Bank of America 500 ticket purchase! With your $99 ticket purchase to the 2010 Bank of America 500, you receive:
- $25 Charlotte Motor Speedway Gift Card
- $15 off $100 or more Bass Pro Shops purchase
- Meet and greet with Daytona 500 and Brickyard 400 champion Jamie McMurray
- Pro hunting seminar at Concord Mills Bass Pro Shops
- Behind-the-Scenes tour of Earnhardt Ganassi Racing
Food, fun, music and fast cars are what you can expect with Charlotte Motor Speedway's Budweisre OktoberFast ticket package for the Dollar General 300 this October! Today through October 9. fans who purchase the OktoberFast package will get the opportunity to meet NASCAR personalities and share a few drinks and brats with fellow race fans. The ticket package includes:
- A Q-and-A session with Kasey Kahne, driver of the No. 9 Budweiser Ford in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. *Held on Saturday
- A variety of authentic Oktoberfest food and drinks, including three drink tickets and a sausage.
- A commemorative collector mug while supplies last.
- Live music
- Access to a special OktoberFast area at Charlotte Motor Speedway that will be set-up for race fans to enjoy a real Oktoberfest-themed pre-race festival.
Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Paul Menard, and Kasey Kahne all looked great before their day went to junk. Sucked...
Sure do like it when Tony Stewart wins.
Nice to see Jamie McMurray win even if it is in the Nationwide Series.
Looks like Dale Jr. is becoming the better car owner now than driver.
Bruton Smith wants to see two races at Atlanta again in the future. I do not see why we need to go to Atlanta twice year when Iowa really needs that Sprint Cup date first.