The STP 500 race weekend at Martinsville Speedway is just two weeks away but great seats still remain for the first NASCAR Sprint Cup short-track event of the year.
The speedway, the only original NASCAR track still on the Sprint Cup schedule, not only offers some of the best racing of the season, it also boasts some of the best ticket prices. Frontstretch seats start at just $45 for the STP 500 on March 29.
“At Martinsville we pride ourselves on two things: having the best racing in NASCAR and the best value for the fans,” Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell said. “When my grandfather founded this track more than 65 years ago he wanted to make sure that fans got their money’s worth and that is something we’ve continued to this day.”
The .526-mile speedway offers great views of the entire track from nearly every seat, and every seat has a view of the action on pit road.
For fans wanting to bring the entire family to the race, the track offers the Family Four-Pack, which includes two adult and two youth (12 and under) tickets in the Clay Earles Tower, rows 6-14, for just $110. For fans wishing to see the action from the frontstretch, there is a Family Four-Pack available in the Sprint Tower for $150.
Fans can also add to their race-day experience by purchasing the Green Flag Experience. The Green Flag Experience gives fans the opportunity to see emceed question-and-answer sessions with drivers like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson, walk on the track prior to the race, take a picture in the flag stand, watch driver introductions from the track and much more. Pricing for the Green Flag Experience is $30 and does not include a ticket to the STP 500.
Ticket prices increase the week of the race.
Tickets to the STP 500 on March 29, the Kroger 250 on March 28 and the Virginia Lottery Pole Day on March 27 can be purchased by calling 1.877.RACE.TIX. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.martinsvillespeedway.com.