JUSTDRIVE.com 125: NASCAR K&N Pro Series East
JUSTDRIVE.com 125: NASCAR K&N Pro Series East: September 16
Saturday: $15 (children 12 and under free with paid adult)
Since 2007, NASCAR K&N Pro Series veterans have made a significant impact at the national level, including 2011 Daytona 500 champion Trevor Bayne, 2015 Daytona 500 champion Joey Logano, and 2014 NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Chase Elliott, along with Ryan Blaney, Austin and Ty Dillon, Kyle Larson, Ryan Truex, Darrell Wallace Jr., and others.
The series introduces NASCAR fans to the next generation of stars, and the diverse mix of short tracks, road courses, and national series speedways appeals to a broad range of motorsports fans. With identical series racing throughout the country, the K&N Pro Series provides a cost-effective opportunity for young drivers to gain valuable experience and exposure to highly competitive racing.
* All Tickets are higher at the gate *
TICKETS & PARKING:
New Jersey Motorsports Park welcomes race fans to tour the pit and garage areas during the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East! The purchase of a ticket also includes access to the Fan Walk and teams in the garage area – the access fans want most that they can’t get at other motorsports parks. Event ticket includes parking. Kids 12 and under FREE all weekend. All tickets are higher at the gate.
Saturday Ticket: $15 (children 12 and under free with paid adult)
Have the ultimate race weekend with the Turn 3 VIP Experience – event ticket included!
More info. Coming Soon!
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