Martinsville Speedway Introduces $25 Tickets Throughout Facility for Youth 17-and-Under
As a way to make a trip to Martinsville Speedway more affordable than ever for families, all tickets for youth 17-and-under are $25, with the purchase of an adult ticket.
The $25 youth ticket applies to every seat, in every section and row of the stadium and will replace the Family Four Pack, which was restricted to certain sections and rows.
“For more than 70 years, Martinsville Speedway has prided itself on being an affordable, family-friendly destination and by offering $25 seats everywhere for youth, we are continuing that legacy,” Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell said. “While what happens on the track will certainly provide some memorable moments, being able to share them with your kids will create a lifetime of memories.”
In addition to the $25 seats, youth 17-and-under will be admitted free to the Alpha Energy Solutions 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race as well as Friday’s practice day.
The STP 500 weekend presented by whosyourdriver.org is March 23-25.
The weekend starts with a practice day for the truck series on Friday, followed by the Hauler Parade.
On Saturday, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is in action with the Alpha Energy Solutions 250. Following the race the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will qualify for Sunday’s STP 500.
The STP 500 is the first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Race on the East Coast, after the “West Coast Swing” and the first short-track race of the season. Last year, Brad Keselowski won the race, becoming the first driver to win in a Ford at Martinsville since 2002.
Tickets to both races are on sale and may be purchased by calling 877.RACE.TIX or online at www.martinsvillespeedway.com.
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