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NASCAR fans check out these “Track Packs”

Many people think of the Indy 500 when they think auto racing in Indiana. But real race fans know that this July in Indianapolis will be just as exciting as the month of May. From July 24-26, the city will be on display as the host of a trifecta of NASCAR races. If that’s not enough to rev your engine, check out the “track pack” ticket packages offered by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) and O’Reilly Raceway Park.

The packages provide fans with special offers on reserved-seat race tickets and food coupons for:

  • the AAA Insurance 200 Camping World Truck Series race Friday evening, July 24;
  • the Kroger 200 Nationwide Series race Saturday evening, July 25;
  • and the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard Sprint Cup Series race Sunday, July 26.

Friday and Saturday’s races will take place at O’Reilly Raceway Park. The Allstate 400 will be run at IMS

Choose from “Two Track Double Pack” or “Two Track Triple Pack” options:

The Two Track Double Pack provides tickets and amenities for the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard and the Kroger 200 for only $75,  a savings of $30 off the regular ticket prices.

The Two Track Triple Pack also includes the AAA Insurance 200. The cost is $95, saving fans $58 off the combined regular ticket prices.

The Brickyard reserved seats for both packages are located in the Northeast Vista Backstretch. The Kroger 200 and AAA Insurance 200 reserved seats are between Turns 1 and 2 of Raceway Park.

Besides reserved-seat tickets at a great price and round-trip luxury motorcoach transportation between venues, both packages include:

  • Six “Brickyard Bucks” food coupons, enough to purchase a hot dog and Coca-Cola product at IMS
  • One food voucher per day for a hot dog and Coca-Cola product at O’Reilly Raceway Park

Get your Track Pack at, by calling the IMS Ticket Office at (800) 822-INDY or by visiting the IMS Ticket Office, located in the IMS Administration Building, between the hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Check out the IMS website or contact the Ticket Office for IMS parking and camping information.

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