PIR ANNOUNCES FAN TRAVEL OPTIONS
Phoenix International Raceway is pleased to offer guests all-inclusive race weekend packages for the Chase for the Sprint Cup race weekend November 11. A variety of package options are available including hotel accommodations, great seat locations, Pre-Race Pit Passes, Budweiser Roll Bar Hospitality, transportation to and from the track, and much more! Packages are available through myRacetravel.com, the Official Travel Provider of PIR and start as low as $275.
View Phoenix Travel Packages or call 866.990.7223 today!
myRacetravel provides travel and ticket packages to the most popular events on the NASCAR circuit offering customized ticket, hotel, transportation, and hospitality packages to fit every budget. Experiencing a NASCAR race has never been faster or easier! Booking a travel package with myRacetravel.com means you can focus on having fun; not making travel arrangements.
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