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NASCAR Pro Series rolls into region

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ALL AMERICAN Speedway in Roseville will host Saturday's NASCAR event. Photo courtesy of BMR

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From page A6 | October 09, 2013 |

Tickets at local Riebes stores

ROSEVILLE – For Speedway fans in need of a racing fix, the thrill of NASCAR returns to Northern California as Bill McAnally Racing Promotions brings the exciting NASCAR K&N Pro Series West to the All American Speedway in Roseville. This high octane event roars into Roseville this Saturday as the future stars of NASCAR take to the track.

Joining the NASCAR stars will be Late Model drivers from throughout the region in the Matt Camp Memorial 52/52 Late Model race. This grand affair will bring a season high number of Late Model teams to All American Speedway for an impressive bounty and will make for a full night of action that opens with the exciting Legends of the Pacific.

With the multiple action packed divisions on tap, fans will be treated to some 300 laps of high energy, door-to-door racing action on the one-third mile paved oval located on the Placer County Fairgrounds.This premier event that will benefit the Placer County Breast Cancer Endowment.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West is more than an exciting race night, it’s an all day experience that will thrill visitors of all ages. Don’t miss out on this big day as tickets are now on sale. For every ticket purchased, $5 will be donated to the Placer County Breast Cancer Endowment.

This annual race is the largest one day event in Placer County, according to the Placer County Tourism office. This series has garnered many of today’s top NASCAR drivers including names like Kevin Harvick, Trevor Bayne, Clint Boyer, Martin Truex and notably Kyle Larson, the young gun from Elk Grove who won the K&N Pro Series East championship last season and is already a top competitor in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.

General admission adult tickets for the October 12 event are $35. Juniors (ages 6-11) are $15 and children 5 years and under are free. VIP Hospitality tickets are also available for $65 which includes a VIP Grandstand ticket, dinner and beverages in the Wells Fargo Hospitality Corral along with driver appearances, autograph sessions and souvenir gifts. Group VIP Packages are available by contacting Bill McAnally Racing Promotions at 916-676-0100.

Advanced discount tickets are now available for the October 12 event in several fashions. Race fans can purchase their tickets here in El Dorado County at area Riebes Auto Parts stores. Additionally, tickets can be purchased online at BMRnapa.com. All discount advance ticket sales will benefit the Placer County Breast Cancer Endowement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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