Do we have any race fans in the building? This post is for you! I have always been a racing fan. I grew up in Indianapolis. As a Hoosier, I think it just in my blood. The boys love anything to do with cars. Every time a race is on Nathan asks to watch. Virginia has some great tracks. The VIRginia International Raceway is one of America’s premier road courses. They offer professional and amateur racing for modern and vintage classes while providing contemporary resort amenities.
VIR has the distinction of being named one of the top six courses in North America by Car & Driver Magazine, and southern roots and hospitality make it one of the friendliest. Conveniently located at the Virginia/North Carolina border, VIR is just a short trip from Richmond. With complementary amenities such as lodging, dining, a spa, an exclusive driver’s club, karting, off-road racing, skeet shooting, skid pad and more, VIR truly has something for everyone. Kids 12 and under are also free to all events so it’s the perfect family outing!
VIR has two of its biggest races of the season coming up – the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Biscuitville 125 this Saturday, Aug. 16 and the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Series Aug. 22-24. The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East is NASCAR’s top developmental league and will feature young NASCAR stars that will soon become household names. The TUDOR United SportsCar Championship is one of the world’s premier sports car racing series featuring some of the most technologically advanced racing cars in the world. The three-day event includes several exciting races, including the weekend’s main race, the Oak Tree Grand Prix, Aug. 24 at 4:05 p.m.
And guess what?! VIR is giving away two tickets to the Oak Tree Grand Prix to one of my readers! Enter the giveaway to win two tickets to the Oak Tree Grand Prix on Aug. 24 (valued at $70 each) or purchase tickets to either (or both!) race(s) here: http://virnow.com/events
This post is sponsored by VIR. No monetary compensation was received. All thoughts and opinions are my own.