VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY HEADED TO MOTORSPORTS 2010 SHOW; LASOSKI AND HUBBARD TO BE IN BOOTH

Date: 1/19/2010 10:28:45 PM

 
VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY HEADED TO MOTORSPORTS 2010 SHOW; LASOSKI AND HUBBARD TO BE IN BOOTH

Jamaica, VA - Virginia Motor Speedway is headed to the 25th Annual Motorsports 2010 presented by VP Street Blaze January 22-24, 2010. The popular show produced by Len Sammons Productions is headed back to the Philadelphia, PA area once again for the 25th anniversary show and will be held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA.

Motorsports 2010 Presented by VP Street Blaze will cover close to 220,000 square feet of the Expo Center with more than 600 exhibit areas offering just about everything automotive. Close to 200 racecars will be on display and there will be appearances by many of the top names in the sport along with many local and regional stars including Kasey Kahne, Marcus Ambrose, Bobby Allison and many others.

Fans that come by the Virginia Motor Speedway booth (#804) will get a chance to see the speedway’s 2007 Victory Lap Late Model Champion and current World of Outlaws Late Model Rookie of the Year candidate Austin Hubbard of Seaford, DE and his new ride the Dale Beitler owned #19 Reliable Painting / Commonwealth 100 sponsored Rocket. As featured in the VMS booth will be former World of Outlaws Sprint Car Champion and current competitor Danny Lasoski of Dover, MO and his #6 Casey’s General Store JEI. Lasoski and Hubbard will be doing autograph sessions Friday 4-6pm, Saturday 2-4pm and Sunday 12-2pm.

For more information on the 25th Annual Motorsports 2010 presented by VP Street Blaze go to www.aarn.com or visit the speedway’s website.

Fans will also have the opportunity to order their advance tickets for the April 16-17, 2010 Commonwealth 100 at a substantial discount while visiting the VMS booth (#804). Advance two-day adults tickets are $35 with advance two-day child (6-12 years old) tickets only $10 saving fans $15 per adult ticket and $10 per child ticket. Advance ticket purchases will also include a Friday ONLY pit pass and early admittance into the driver autograph session. 

A $25,000 prize is earmarked for the winner of the Commonwealth 100, 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 16, with B-mains, non-qualifiers races and the Commonwealth 100 on Sat., April 17. A rain date of Sun., April 18, has been established for the event

For fans not attending Motorsports 2010 have two ways to purchase tickets: Visit www.vamotorspeedway.com 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. All advance sales of tickets and pre-entry deadline is April 1st 2010.

Fans can also save money by camping on the speedway grounds. There will be no charge to camp (no hookups) in designated areas. 

For complete information on The Commonwealth 100 and other events at Virginia Motor Speedway visit the tracks website or call 1-804-758-1VMS (1867).



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