With holiday gift giving on his mind, Rockingham Speedway President Andy Hillenburg is pushing tickets to The Rock as the perfect Christmas present.
“I can’t think of a better stocking stuffer than tickets to the second annual NASCAR truck series race at Rockingham,” Hillenburg said.
This year, Rockingham and Rockingham Speedway made history. NASCAR had never returned to a racetrack it had abandoned, until the weekend of April 15, 2012, when the famed oval track known as “The Rock” hosted a NASCAR-sanctioned race for the first time in eight years.
And it turns out, that was just the beginning.
Ticket sales are open for the April 14, 2013, running of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) 200-mile race at Rockingham Speedway by visiting www.rockinghamspeedway.com or by calling 910-205-8800.
Grandstand seats begin at $20 and go up to $35 depending on the location. Suite or camping packages are also available by calling the speedway.
The inaugural NCWTS event at Rockingham drew nearly 30,000 people last April, and Hillenburg promises an even better experience for race fans who fill The Rock for the second event.