Good Seats At Great Prices For Amazing Martinsville Speedway Racing

The Goody’s Fast Relief 500 is less than a month away, but plenty of good tickets remain for the greatest short-track show on earth. 

A ticket to the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 on April 3 is a ticket to NASCAR Sprint Cup racing at its best, with beating, banging, pushing, shoving and door-to-door racing all day long.

Last spring’s Goody’s Fast Relief 500 is the perfect example of Martinsville Speedway at its best: Denny Hamlin charging back from 10th with just a handful of laps left to win. The race was so good it was rated in the top five of most every poll of top races of the 2010 season.
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Check out some of Martinsville Speedway’s great ticket prices for the Goody’s Fast Relief 500:     

  • Backstretch seats are $25 along with the first five rows of seats in the Sprint Tower, the Clay Earles Tower and the South Annex.
  • Seats in the Clay Earles Tower overlooking the second turn are $55.
  • Children’s tickets, ages 18 and under, in the Clay Earles Tower are only $10 when purchased with an adult ticket, rows 15-52.
  • All seats in Bill France Tower are $40.
  • Seats in the Sprint Tower are $65.
  • Family 4 Pack, includes 2 adult tickets, 2 children tickets, 18 and under, vouchers for 4 hot dogs and 4 Pepsi products, all for just $99.
  • Grub-N-Rub includes a ticket for the Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on April 2, a ticket for the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 on April 3 and admission to a breakfast that will include appearances by NASCAR Camping World Truck series drivers along with SPEED personalities. The price for the event that begins at 8:30 a.m. on April 2
  • is $85 for adults, $30 for children.

Tickets for the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 and the Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race may be purchased by calling 877.722.3849 (877.RACE.TIX) or by visiting online.

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  1. I never been to Martinsville, but i would love to go. Ticket prices are awsome. I Live in NY and I know ppl travel alot farther to go to a race. I normally go to Dover. I used to go to Pocono,but no one sits down during the whole 500 miles. Atleast that’s the way it used to be.My car may not make it so,if I can’t get someone with a car willing to go,I’ll go. Just for the day or sleep in the car


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