Brian Scott Visits Peak Experiences
The NASCAR Nationwide Series driver met with some young climbers on Monday
NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Brian Scott prepares to scale a wall at one of the country's largest indoor climbing facilities.
NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Brian Scott visited the Richmond area on Monday, April 7th, climbing with kids and signing autographs at Peak Experiences in Midlothian. Scott will make his return to Richmond in a few short weeks for the ToyotaCare 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race on Friday, April 25.
Scott, who is currently seventh in the NASCAR Nationwide Series point standings, spoke with Peak Experience’s Training Climbing team about his love for adventure sports the importance of staying healthy and active. After the session, Scott spent some time signing autographs and climbing with members of the team.
“Being a race car driver takes you down the path of adrenaline junkie,” said Scott. “So doing anything you can, and obviously getting high up on some walls, it’s fun (to me).”
Richmond could be where Scott makes a jump in the NASCAR Nationwide Series point standings. The Richard Childress Racing driver has a recent history of success at America’s Premier Short Track, winning the Coors Light Pole Award before the Virginia529 College Savings 250 last September, and leading for a race-high 239 of 250 laps before finishing second to Brad Keselowski.
“I love coming out to Richmond,” said Scott. “I’m looking forward to coming back in a couples weeks. It’s the best short-track racing on the schedule.”
The April NASCAR weekend at RIR begins on Friday, April 25, with two races in one night. Catch the ToyotaCare 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race and the BLUE OX 100 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race, where kids 12 & younger are admitted free with a ticketed adult. Your Friday ticket also includes Farm Bureau Insurance Pole Qualifying for NASCAR Sprint Cup and NBC12 Pole Qualifying for NASCAR Nationwide Series. Tickets start at just $30 in advance. CLICK HERE or call 866-455-7223.
Tickets are still on sale for the for the TOYOTA OWNERS 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at RIR on Saturday, April 26. CLICK HERE or call 866-455-7223 to find tickets, which start at just $35 in advance. NEW IN 2014: tickets for kids 12 & younger are $25 off the adult ticket price in every grandstand.
Every fan who has a ticket to the TOYOTA OWNERS 400 can take advantage of Track Takeover. If you’re a fan, you’re invited to get up close and personal with the track you love. Take a stroll on the very pavement your favorite drivers will be racing on and enjoy entertainment, including Q&As with NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers.
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