Roll Call: Special Pricing for College Students at RIR
$19 Tickets for College Students at RIR’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Races
Tickets for college students ($19) are more affordable than ever at Richmond International Raceway
Between the books, the ball games, and the breaks for pizza, the funds for college students are in short supply. That’s where Richmond International Raceway comes in to cure your entertainment craving in an affordable way. College students can take their weekend to the next level with a $19 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race ticket at America’s Premier Short Track. Click here to find your seats.
New for 2014, RIR is proud to offer special pricing to all college students. For just $19, you can catch a night of old-school, short track racing “under the lights,” for the TOYOTA OWNERS 400. That’s right; you can feel the energy of Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, and all your favorite NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers zipping around at 150 mph for 400 laps of pure adrenaline.
It wouldn’t be a race day without a little tailgating, and don’t forget we have FREE parking. Gates open at 7 a.m., so be sure to get here early for NASCAR’s biggest party. When race time nears, pack up your cooler with your favorite refreshments and head over to the grandstands, because we allow you to bring in your own food and beverage (some restrictions apply - click here for more details).
Be sure to enjoy the newest amenity for every fan - Track Takeover. From 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., ticket holders have FREE access to RIR’s track surface, allowing you to get up close and personal with the track you love, just hours before the green flag waves. Join us for driver Q&A sessions and live music at the Start/Finish Line, educational and interactive components on the backstretch, and plenty of photo opportunities along the way!
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