"Ultimate Viewing Experience Ticket Package" at Talladega Superspeedway Offers Fans Tri-Oval Tower Tickets with FanVision
TALLADEGA, AL — How do race fans get one of the best views in all of NASCAR, complete with a device that allows them to get immediate race updates from the palm of their hand, at an unbelievable price? The simple answer - Talladega Superspeedway’s “Ultimate Viewing Experience Ticket Package.”
The package, which includes a 2-Day Tri-Oval Tower ticket (high atop the frontstretch grandstands) for both the Saturday, October 18, fred’s 250 Powered by Coca-Cola NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race and the Sunday, Oct. 19 GEICO 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event, is complete with a FanVision device for only $170.00, a $50 package savings.
“The Tri-Oval Tower is an incredible spot to watch the races here at Talladega,” said Talladega Superspeedway Chairman Grant Lynch. “Over the years, we have had many events that have been won and lost with passes from the tri-oval to the finish line, which is closer to turn one. The 1,250 feet from the middle of the tri-oval to the finish is an important piece of real estate and provides so much excitement.
“The seats in the Tri-Oval Tower are 22 inches wide for the fans comfort, and FanVision gives them state-of-the art digital and technological advantages to keep up with all the action on the track. It’s the ultimate viewing experience – both the Tri-Oval Tower ticket and FanVision - at the biggest and baddest track on the planet for a great value.”
FanVision allows fans to get an up close and personal feel with world-class live video streaming - video and audio of live race broadcasts, instant replays, scanners to listen directly to driver-team communications, review real-time stats, in-car views with eight different cameras and access to other live-action features.
The GEICO 500 will be the sixth race in the 10-race Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, the anchor event in the Contender Round. After the checkered flag of the GEICO 500, the field of 12 drivers eligible for the championship run will be reduced to eight, so the pressure to win – which automatically gets a Chase driver to the next round – will be immense. There will also be four races left in the title hunt for the NASCAR Camping World Series at the conclusion of the fred’s 250 Powered by Coca-Cola.
All tower and grandstand seating at Talladega Superspeedway is smoke free. Designated smoking areas are labeled throughout the track.NASCAR speeds back into Talladega Superspeedway October 17-19 for the GEICO 500 Sprint Cup Series race and fred’s 250 Powered by Coca-Cola Camping World Truck Series event. NASCAR’s Most Competitive Track (record 88 lead changes in 188 laps), with the circuit’s steepest banking (33 degrees) and longest distance (2.66 miles), is also the most fun and fan-friendly, offering up hundreds of acres of free camping, amazing kids ticket prices and special offers for military members and college students. Talladega Superspeedway is NASCAR’s “Party Capital” thanks to the track’s infamous infield and world renowned Talladega Blvd. The historic venue has always worked hard to enhance the fan experience in every way and now features the most comfortable seats in motorsports, large video viewing boards (a new initiative planned for future implementation at all ISC tracks) lining the frontstretch and endless activities for fans throughout its event weekends. Log on to www.talladegasuperspeedway.com or call 877-Go2-DEGA for more information. This is more than a race, this is Talladega!
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