Goody’s 500 At Martinsville Speedway Will Provide The Only Short-Track Action In The Chase

MARTINSVILLE, Va. (Aug. 1, 2013) – Summer is almost over. Fall is around the corner. Before we know it, the Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 Powered by Kroger will be roaring into view.

The Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 Powered by Kroger is a Chase race, but not just any Chase race. It’s the seventh race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup and it is the only short-track stop in the Chase. The October 27 showdown will offer the type of action that only a short-track can produce … 500 laps of beating and banging on the historic half-mile oval.

“The Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 Powered by Kroger can be a Chase changer,” said Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell. “You never know what will happen here. Just look what happened two years ago when Tony Stewart won the race and went on to win the championship.”

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In that race in the fall of 2011, Stewart took advantage of a late caution to pass leader Jimmie Johnson on a restart with three laps remaining. It was a bold power move to the outside of Johnson going into the first turn. Stewart and Johnson ran side-by-side down the backstretch and Stewart made the outside pass leaving the fourth turn and held off Johnson for the final two circuits.

The win moved Stewart from fourth to second in the standings with three races remaining and eventually led to his third NASCAR Sprint Cup championship.

It was the kind of Chase action that only Martinsville Speedway can produce. Don’t miss out on all of the action in this fall’s Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 Powered by Kroger.

Tickets in all areas of the grandstands are now on sale for the Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 Powered by Kroger and there are some great deals available.

Tickets for the Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 Powered by Kroger start at just $37.

There is also great family and youth pricing for the Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 Powered by Kroger.

$90 Family Four Pack, two adults, two youth 12 and under in the Clay Earles Tower, rows 6-14. The Clay Earles Tower is located above the second turn.
$120 Family Four Pack, two adults, two youth 12 and under in the Sprint Tower, rows 6-12. The Sprint Tower is located above the first turn.
Tickets for youth 12 and under are just $10 in the Clay Earles Tower, rows 15-52. Teen tickets (ages 13-17) in the same area are $25. Youth and teen ticket prices are good with the purchase of an adult ticket.

Tickets for the Kroger 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Saturday, Oct. 26 are just $30 in advance with youth 12 and under admitted free. Tickets for Pole Day, Friday, Oct. 25, are $15.

To purchase tickets for the Goody’s™ Headache Relief Shot™ 500 weekend, call 877.RACE.TIX or visit www.martinsvillespeedway.com.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of SpeedwayMedia.com.

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