June 3, 2012

June 2, 2012

June 1, 2012

Welcome to the March installment of the "Monster Mile Insider!"

It sure has been an exciting first month of the season, and with four different drivers winning the four races so far, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series looks to be picking up right where it left off last year in terms of competitive balance. The great racing is also ramping up the excitement level for our June 1-3, 2012 race weekend here in Dover, which is now less than 80 days away!


We've already started printing and mailing tickets, and with that also have announced a few exciting things surrounding our race weekend, all of which you can read about below!


FedEx and Autism Speaks return for spring Dover race

Earlier this month, Dover International Speedway was pleased to announce a familiar name tied to its spring NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, as FedEx Corp. has returned as the title sponsor of the June 3 "FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks" for the second straight year. This also marks the sixth year the Monster Mile has partnered to benefit Autism Speaks. To learn more about the sponsorship for the June 3, 2012 race, click here.

Monster Mile Club to host Brad Keselowski on Sunday, June 3

With a win now under his belt in the 2012 season after cruising to Victory Lane in Bristol this past weekend, Brad Keselowski is off to a solid start in this year's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. And with that, Dover International Speedway is pleased to be able to host the driver and Twitter phenomenon in the Monster Mile Club for a question-and-answer session the morning before the Sunday, June 3 "FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks" NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. To learn more about how to attend the Q&A and purchase Monster Mile Club passes, click here.


Kurt Busch to do FREE Q&A for fans on Sunday, June 3

A lot has changed for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kurt Busch since his last visit to the Monster Mile. However, when he returns for the June 3 "FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks," he'll still do so as the defending Dover winner after his victory in last year's Oct. 2 "AAA 400" NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. Fans will have the chance to hear all about Busch's Dover win last year, as well as his offseason team change, when he participates in a free question-and-answer session atop the Monster Monument in Victory Plaza, presented by AAA, on the morning of the Sunday, June 3 race. For more information on the event, click here.


Miles the Monster is on the road in 2012!

Four races in to the 36-race season, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has a special guest traveling along with it this year in Miles the Monster, the Dover International Speedway track icon. Along for the ride with the No. 2 OneMain Financial team in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Miles will be taking photos at each stop to post on our Facebook page. You can learn how to keep up with Miles' journey by clicking here.

that of the current drivers in the top-10 in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings so far this year, only five of them have ever won a race at the Monster Mile? Greg Biffle (first), Matt Kenseth (third), Martin Truex Jr. (fourth), Dale Earnhardt Jr. (tied-fifth) and Tony Stewart (seventh) all have reached Sunoco Victory Lane at least once in Dover, with Biffle, Kenseth and Stewart all winning twice at Dover in their careers.

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