PIR GIVES FANS ACCESS TO NASCAR STARS
PHOENIX – NASCAR fans at Phoenix International Raceway will be treated to a star-studded line-up of drivers taking time to visit with them prior to the AdvoCare 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on Sunday, Nov 10.
Guests for fan Q&A appearances on Sunday include 2013 Sprint Cup Contenders Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kevin Harvick, as well as 2013 Rookie of the Year contender Danica Patrick.
Sunday’s schedule of appearances is listed below; as events are added the schedule will be updated. Please note that events scheduled within the ROLL-BAR Club, Trackside Club or Octane requires patrons to purchase a ticket to those areas. The full race weekend entertainment schedule, including concerns will be released later this week.
Tickets to the ROLL-BAR Club, Trackside Club and Octane are available for advance purchase by visiting PhoenixRaceway.com or by calling 1-866-408-RACE (7223). A grandstand ticket is still required for track admission.
AdvoCare 500 Pre-Race Driver Appearance
Sunday, November 10
9:30 a.m. Danica Patrick ROLL-BAR Club
9:45 a.m. Clint Bowyer Trackside Club
10:00 a.m. Kevin Harvick Budweiser ROLL-BAR Club
10:00 a.m. Kurt Busch Octane
10:00 a.m. David Ragan Trackside Club
10:25 a.m. Dale Earnhardt Jr. ROLL-BAR Club
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