September 5, 2012

NASCAR Nationwide Series ticket holders can get on the track free for the Sept. 29 ‘OneMain Financial Open Track’ session

Kevin Harvick, Elliott Sadler and Richard Childress will stop by to participate in a free question-and-answer session

DOVER, Del. – Fans looking to get a more intimate look at the track at Dover International Speedway during the Sept. 28-30, 2012 race weekend will have that chance as the Monster Mile and OneMain Financial will again present the “OneMain Financial Open Track” session.

On Saturday, Sept. 29 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. ticket holders for that day’s “OneMain Financial 200” NASCAR Nationwide Series race will have the chance to enter the track at Gate 18 and roam the frontstretch of the Monster Mile.

As an added bonus, Elliott Sadler, driver of the No. 2 OneMain Financial Chevrolet, as well as teammate Kevin Harvick and team owner Richard Childress will stop by to participate in a free question-and-answer session for fans during the event from 10:30 to 10:45 a.m. The OneMain Financial show car will also be on the track, along with the Dover International Speedway pace car, for photo opportunities.

The open track session is free for all ticket holders to the Sept. 29 “OneMain Financial 200” NASCAR Nationwide Series race. Fans must present their tickets upon entry and exit, as they will be scanned to permit reentrance for the qualifying sessions and race later in the day. Coolers are not permitted on the track.

In addition to the Saturday, Sept. 29 “OneMain Financial 200” NASCAR Nationwide Series race, the tripleheader weekend at the Monster Mile will feature the Sept. 28 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race and Sept. 30 “AAA 400” NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, which is the third event in the 10-race Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

For tickets or more information, call 800-441-RACE or click here. You can also keep up with the Monster Mile at or on Twitter at @MonsterMile.



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