Tony Stewart Fans Win Big with Smoke Double Down Offer; Ticket Package Includes May 3 Fan Forum with Defending All-Star Champ CONCORD, N.C. (March 11, 2010) - Tony Stewart will return to Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 22 as the defending ...
Tony Stewart Fans Win Big with Smoke Double Down Offer; Ticket Package Includes May 3 Fan Forum with Defending All-Star Champ
CONCORD, N.C. (March 11, 2010) - Tony Stewart will return to Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 22 as the defending champion of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, and thanks to the new Smoke Double Down All-Star Race ticket package, his legion of fans can have a May to remember at the Mecca of Motorsports.
Fans can purchase the Smoke Double Down package while supplies last and receive two frontstretch tickets for the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race; two passes to a fan forum lunch with Stewart at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Monday, May 3; and two Stewart souvenirs. Plus, $20 per ticket package will be donated to the Tony Stewart Foundation. The Smoke Double Down package is priced at $149 and available by calling the speedway ticket office at 1-800-455-FANS or online at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.
"One of the coolest things about winning the Sprint All-Star Race was doing victory lane at the start-finish line last year," said Stewart. "This double-down offer could get the team our own cheering section on the frontstretch so we can do it all over again! Plus, it's a great way to support the Tony Stewart Foundation while catching the 'backyard brawl' on the track in Charlotte."
Last season, Stewart broke through in dramatic fashion, scoring his first victory as a team owner for Stewart-Haas Racing at the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. It was no easy task as Stewart piloted his No. 14 Office Depot/Old Spice Chevrolet through the wildest 10 laps in NASCAR's 2009 season to emerge the victor.
Stewart started the final 10-lap segment in the sixth position and avoided two wrecks in three laps of green-flag racing, including a three-car melee in Turn 4, to set up a memorable five-lap duel with Matt Kenseth. Stewart stalked Kenseth for several laps, finally executing the pass in Turn 2 while racing to the white flag. The victory for the two-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion was his first in the $1 million-to-win NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.
In addition to the Smoke Double Down ticket package, affordable multi-day race packages and convenient interest-free payment plans are available by calling the speedway ticket office at 1-800-455-FANS. Additional information can be obtained at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com.