Monday, August 16, 2010
Earnhardt headlines the live AmpUpThe88.com video chat, powered by the new AMP Energy Juice, which has all the power of AMP Energy in a 100% Juice formula.
The AmpUpThe88.com chat is open to free to the public and takes place 7:30-8:30 p.m. ET at the AMP Energy Juice stage in the BMS display area located on the grounds between the Speedway and Bristol Dragway (behind the frontstretch).
While fans may attend the chat free of charge, race fans who purchase tickets to the AMP Energy Club, with tickets to the IRWIN Tools Night Race, are entered to win access to the VIP area, which is closest to the stage.
Individual hospitality seating in the AMP Energy Club is available for the Food City 250 on Friday, Aug. 20, the IRWIN Tools Night Race or in a weekend package. A weekend package is $270 per person. Saturday only is $180 and Friday only is $110. Weekend packages for children (under 12) are $210 while Saturday seating is $135 and Friday seating is $90.
To purchase AMP Energy Club individual hospitality, please call Amy Denton at (423) 989-6930 or e-mail email@example.com.
Race week at BMS begins Aug. 18 with a doubleheader that features the O’Reilly Auto Parts 200 Camping World Truck Series race and the UNOH Perfect Storm 150 Whelen Modified Series event. Sharpie Qualifying and the Food City 250 Nationwide Series race take place Friday night, Aug. 20.
Tickets for the IRWIN Tools Night Race are available for $109 each and are renewable. Tickets for the Food City 250 start at $45 and Wednesday night tickets are $30.
A three-day August ticket package, which features all four NASCAR races, also is available and starts at only $170. Fans able to attend just the Friday and Saturday events may purchase a twJason Smith/Getty Images for NASCARo-day package, beginning at $126.
To purchase tickets, please contact the BMS ticket office at its toll free number 1-866-415-4158 or 423-BRISTOL (274-7865) or purchase online now.
Release courtesy of Bristol Motor Speedway
Photo: Dale Earnhardt Jr. leans against his car at Bristol Motor Speedway in March. (Jason Smith/Getty Images for NASCAR)