Brad Keselowski & Richmond International Raceway Treat Ticket Holders to Infield Cookout
Driver of the #2 Miller Lite Dodge Hangs Out With Fans and Gives Hot Laps Around the Track
Brad Keselowski tosses a beanbag during a game of cornhole at Richmond International Raceway.
The infield of Richmond International Raceway was quaking with excitement yesterday, as NASCAR driver of the #2 Miller Lite Dodge, Brad Keselowski, joined race fans for Keselowski’s Cookout – an event attended by hundreds of Wonderful Pistachios 400 ticket holders.
Featuring ice cold Miller Lite, BUBBA burgers, tailgate games and an appearance by Keselowski, the opportunity to enjoy the cookout was offered to fans who purchased tickets to the Saturday, September 10 “One Last Race to Make The Chase” at Richmond International Raceway. Through a random drawing, a select number of fans were invited to come out with a guest.
Keselowski entertained the crowd by joining in several games of cornhole, driving hot laps and signing autographs for nearly everyone in attendance. When he returns September 10 for the Wonderful Pistachios 400, fans can expect one of the most exciting events of the season, as the race will determine the field for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
“I think you’re looking at the last wild card race here at Richmond as the ultimate Race to The Chase race because a lot of teams have one win,” said Keselowski, who currently holds the first wild card spot. “And if any of them can break through and get that second one, it nearly clinches their spot. So there’s a lot of guys that can race their way in at Richmond.”
Fans who do not already have tickets to the Wonderful Pistachios 400 “One Last Race to Make The Chase” NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race can click here to purchase tickets, which start at $45 in advance. Keselowski will be joined by fellow wild card driver Denny Hamlin and a host of others trying to race their way into The Chase.
The weekend begins on Friday, September 9, with a full day of on-track activity, highlighted by the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race “under the lights.” Friday’s tickets start at $30 in advance, with children 12 and younger admitted free with a ticketed adult in general admission sections.
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