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Short Track U.S. Nationals tickets on sale

staff reports • Jan 18, 2018 at 6:18 PM

BRISTOL — The Short Track U.S. Nationals will come back to Bristol Motor Speedway with a restructured schedule and new camping and ticket options for an enhanced fan and competitor experience.

Tickets, pit passes and camping are on sale for the event, scheduled for May 18-20 with plenty of options to customize the weekend experience.

“The Short Track U.S. Nationals proved to be one of the most unique short track events in the world,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager of Bristol Motor Speedway. “We’re eager to build on its success and make the second edition even better than the first.”

Grandstand tickets are available individually for Friday, Saturday and Sunday or as part of two-day or three-day combo tickets. A Saturday and Sunday combo ticket starts at $45 for adults, $10 for kids 12-under. A three-day ticket is $50. Both Friday and Saturday grandstand tickets are $20, while Sunday tickets are $30. Single-day tickets for only $5 for kids 12-under.

Pit passes are $45 per day, $85 for a two-day combo, or $95 for all three days. Pit passes are available to those 14 and older.

Premium options will be offered. The Ole Smoky Roof in the BMS infield is available for only $20 per day, while combined with the Apex Lounge, it’s $40 per day.

Located high above the track, the Bristol Club climate-controlled suite with theater-style seating is available for $50 on Saturday and $75 on Sunday.

Different BMS camping options start at $300.

One of the biggest changes comes with the Friday night action. Besides practice and qualifying, racing starts at 7 p.m. with a 35-lap Pro B feature, followed by 25 laps for the Modified B, and 100 laps for the Pro Late A division.

Saturday’s six-division program is highlighted by a 100-lap Late Model Stock race, while Sunday’s racing action features 100-lap features for both the Street Stock and Super Late Model classes.

Tiny house at BMS

A new and unique way for race fans to experience luxury, home-style accommodations at the Food City 500 is coming in 2018 with the introduction of Bristol Motor Speedway’s Tiny House Village.

Bristol’s Tiny House Village is a dynamic new partnership between Try It Tiny, LLC and Bristol Motor Speedway, which will showcase a popular and new style of accommodation during April’s marquee race weekend. The village will feature an exclusive, luxury Tiny House Rental hotel during race week as well as a Tiny House home show the weekend before.

Beginning Tuesday, April 10, the area will convert to a pop-up, ultra-luxury tiny house hotel. Renters will enjoy the uniqueness of the village, private shuttle service, concierge service and much more. Those interested in reserving or exploring the option of staying in the tiny house village are encouraged to visit http://bit.ly/2D0QWqi.

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