New at PIR: Trackside or Octane for a Day
Full weekend admission still available
Fans at Trackside Club enjoy the view of NASCAR action from the backstretch.
If you’re a NASCAR fan in the mood for a turnkey suite-style experience, Phoenix International Raceway has a new option for you. Perhaps you’re looking to live the NASCAR life in luxurious style. There’s something for you at NASCAR’s home in the Southwest as well. Trackside Club admission is now available in a 1 day package, and continues to include all of the suite-like amenities NASCAR fans have enjoyed race after race. For those who love luxury, your Sprint Cup day pass to the most exclusive lounge to hit the Phoenix sports scene will serve all of the magnificence NASCAR fans have grown to appreciate. Octane’s full-service concierge will respond to each and every need throughout the day of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™. The Trackside Club Sprint Cup day pass offers all-inclusive admission to the Club’s suite-style location over PIR’s backstretch for the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™ on Saturday, April 18, as well as pre race pit access, souvenir programs and a gift, VIP parking, and shuttle service. Food, soft drinks, water, and beer and wine are all included with admission. You’ll also have the chance to see some of NASCAR’s top drivers when they drop by Trackside Club for exclusive appearances. With luxury seats located 50 feet from the track, you’ll feel the speed and excitement as your favorite drivers navigate PIR’s backstretch. What makes this option attractive is the simple, turnkey process. Simply grab your tickets, show up, and let PIR do the work! Everything you need will be handled for you. The cost for this special, limited 1-day Trackside Club offer is just $490 - a discount of nearly 30% from the full weekend’s price, $699. A special 1-day pass for Friday, April 16 and the Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 is also available, for just $210. Octane admission is now available in a 1-day package for Saturday, April 18, and continues to include all of the amenities NASCAR fans have enjoyed race after race. The plush accommodations of Octane include a savory sushi bar and other high-end dining options, as well as a terrific view of the sunset-touched mountains surrounding PIR as you socialize from the private veranda over Turn 1. The uniquely-designed Octane will meet all of your expectations and provide dramatic views of the action on track. At just $1650, your 1-day Octane admission includes food, soft drinks, beer and wine, and one of the best seats in all of NASCAR - all at a discount of more than 10% off of the normal Octane price, $1900. To set yourself apart from the crowd and discover more about these limited special offers, contact Jonathan Stone of the Phoenix International Raceway Corporate Sales department at (623) 463-5672, or via e-mail at email@example.com. Tickets for the April 18 SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™ and all other events throughout the weekend at Phoenix International Raceway are still available at www.phoenixraceway.com or by calling 1-866-408-RACE (7223). For more information on Trackside Club or Octane at Phoenix International Raceway, visit each location's home on the official Phoenix International Raceway website: Trackside Club Octane
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