(10-12-2011 12:49 PM)shelbysaleen Wrote: I havent been to either the as or 600. I did go to the october race one year. Actually we worked the race [concession stand for charity].
Unless the price difference is huge I would go with the cup race. You are not going to get out of the track hardly any earlier with the all star race since it starts later and they take all them useless breaks in between segments. This way if your going to spend the time there you might as well see some real racing.
The HOF I woul suggest doing a different day. It is about a four hour visit if you dont do everything. Its also like 15.00 to park. The shops are closer and free.
Sam bass is normally open during the weekend and signs autographs. RESEARCH RESEARCH you can get a lot done prior to the race if your prepared Monitor facebook and twitter. Also keep twitter on your phone if you can they do tweetups and stuff and you can win things and meet people. Kyle usually leaves items around the track for his followers to find.
ITS an event just get a room and prepare for it. research again figure out the best way home for you and park there no matter how close you can get. The cops will direct you to where they want you leaving from based on your parking area not what is best for you.
(10-13-2011 05:14 AM)jeffgordonracing24 Wrote: Hey spaz, if you can afford and plan for it, do Las Vegas!! Drivers are all over the strip every night!!
I have done Brickyard 11 times, Michigan 2, Bristol night race 1, Chicagoland 3, Las Vegas 3 and Daytona nigh race 1.
(10-13-2011 01:58 PM)shelbysaleen Wrote: oh and posted on twitter the hof said they would be running shuttles from the track to the hof. THAT WOULD be a big help
Also if you can afford it buy the yearly pass. You never know when you want to go back and it will save money.
i BOUGHT one the first time i went used it 3-4 times foster kept waiting and paid 3 admissions or something like that.
Maybe you can meet us at the hall for next years selection day