Thank Dad with Tickets to USA’s Biggest Labor Day Party at Atlanta Motor Speedway
For NASCAR fans, no Father’s Day gift says, “Thanks Dad,” more than tickets to the biggest Labor Day party in the USA during Atlanta Motor Speedway’s NASCAR night racing weekend on Sept. 4 and 5.
Atlanta Motor Speedway is offering ticket packages for the track’s Labor Day weekend NASCAR night races that make a perfect gift for any father and family, including the Family Four Pack and tickets to the Great Clips 300 Nationwide Series race with children admitted free of charge.
The Family Four Pack includes four Elliott Grandstand seats, four hot dogs and four 12-ounce Coca-Colas for just $159. Additional tickets in the Elliott Grandstand start at just $39 for adults and $19 for students.
To help fans celebrate all weekend long, children ages 12 and under will be admitted free of charge to the Great Clips 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race when accompanied by a paid adult.
In addition, Atlanta Motor Speedway has added activities to Friday of Labor Day weekend, including NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver question-and-answer session and a 150-lap Southern Superstars Short Track Series late model race. Children ages 12 and under will be admitted free of charge on Friday with an accompanying adult.
Fans interested in celebrating father’s day with Labor Day Weekend NASCAR tickets should contact the Atlanta Motor Speedway Ticket Office at (770) 946-4211, (877) 9-AMS-TIX, or visit www.atlantamotorspeedway.com.
Six major NASCAR tracks are within a day’s drive of Tampa. That really doesn’t qualify a track as local, but when considering speed and good times – distance isn’t always an obstacle. With the proper definition somewhat distant racetracks become local if the enthusiasm of fans is calculated before miles are measured. Great destinations justify journeys.
Tampa local racetrack definition (Fan bias included):
Popular motorsports venues are considered local if they aren’t more than a 10 hour drive from Tampa.
NASCAR racetracks — [Miles] [Route] [Travel time by car]
Daytona International Speedway [140 miles] [I-75 E – 2 ½ hours]
Homestead-Miami Speedway [300 miles] [I-75 S – 5 hours]
Atlanta Motor Speedway [440 miles] [I-75 N – 7 hours]
Darlington Raceway [525 miles] [I-95 N – 9 hours]
Talladega Superspeedway [570 miles] [I-75 N – 9 ½ hours]
Charlotte Motor Speedway [600 miles] [I-95 N – 10 hours]
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