Merry Christmas from Va Motor Speedway

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Merry Christmas from Va Motor Speedway

Post  BrianTidball on 2010-12-20, 21:52

Commonwealth 100 Tickets now on sale!

Jamaica, VA; During this time of year when we think of family and friends the staff at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway would like to wish the members of our racing family, the Fans and Racers alike, a Merry Christmas and hope you and your family have a blessed New Year. The Speedway office will close early Thursday December 23rd and reopen Monday January 3rd.

After the first day of winter each day gets a little longer and before you know it will be time to crank up the engines and get back to racing. Florida will be here before you know and the green drops on the 2011-racing season. Don’t forget to start planning events to attend during the 2011 season. The second annual Commonwealth 100 will be April 15th & 16th, 2011

A $25,000 will go to the winner of the two-day event, which will offer a cash purse totaling over $125,000. The Commonwealth 100 will pay $2,000 to start, and a 30-lap Non-Qualifiers’ Race will boast a $3,000 first-place award from a purse of nearly $16,000.

Time trials and heat races will be run on Fri., April 15th, with B-mains, non-qualifiers races and the Commonwealth 100 on Sat., April 16th.
A rain date of Sun., April 17th, has been established for the event

There are two ways to purchase tickets: Visit to download the advance ticket order form and send it in with a money order or cashiers check. No personal checks will be accepted. Or fans wanting to purchase tickets using a credit card can call the speedway at 804-758-1867 Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am and 4pm. Mastercard, Visa and Discover cards accepted. All seats are general admission.

Drivers can save too by entering early! The early entry fee of $150 not only saves you $50 off the regular $200 price but also includes the drivers $50 two-day pit pass making the driver’s savings a total of $100. Driver pre-entry deadline is April 1st 2011.

Fans can also save money by camping on the speedway grounds. There will be no charge to camp (no hookups) in designated areas. The speedway is also working with several campgrounds in the area to offer full service camping at a reduced cost.
For complete information on The Commonwealth 100 and other events at Virginia Motor Speedway visit

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