SELLOUT EXTENDS STREAK TO 30 CONSECUTIVE NASCAR NEXTEL CUP SERIES RACES AT MIS
By Bill Janitz, Director of Public Relations, Michigan International Speedway
BROOKLYN, Mich. – Michigan International Speedway President Brett Shelton announced today that all reserved seats for the GFS Marketplace 400 on Sunday, August 21, have been sold. With the sellout, MIS has extended its remarkable streak of sold out NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series races to 30 consecutive events dating back to June 1991.
“We owe it to our fans and thank them for making our 30th straight NASCAR NEXTEL Cup sellout possible,” said Shelton. “We are blessed to have the support of so many great fans here at MIS. We will continue to work hard and give our fans the greatest NASCAR racing experience for many years to come.”
For fans that are still looking for a way to see Sunday’s GFS Marketplace 400 in person, general Admission (infield) tickets for Sunday’s GFS Marketplace 400 race go on sale Sunday morning August 21 at 6 a.m. at the M-50 crossover, and at 8 a.m. at the tunnel off of Brooklyn Highway and the box office outside of Gate 24.
Great seats are still available for the NASCAR Busch Series Domino’s Pizza 250 on August 20, which will feature a post-race concert performed by the country sensations Josh Turner and Sugarland approximately one-hour after the completion of the Domino’s Pizza 250. The concert will be held in the Water Tower Lot across from the Speedway’s Administration building outside turn 1 of the track.
To purchase tickets for the Domino’s Pizza 250 or the ARCA RE/MAX Series Hantz Group 200 on August 19, log on to www.MISpeedway.com, or call the MIS ticket hotline at 1-800-354-1010. The MIS ticket hotline is open from 9:00A.M. – 9:00 P.M., seven days a week throughout the upcoming race weekend.