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jammin
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posted January 06, 2001 12:11 PM UIN: 16262997
TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY DIRT TRACK SEASON TICKETS ON SALE

FORT WORTH-DALLAS (Jan. 5, 2001) - Fans can secure the same seat for all the major 2001 events at the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track with a season ticket package that will feature the two leading dirt track organizations in the world. The six-race package is now on sale at the speedway ticket office.

The Pennzoil World of Outlaws sprint cars and the United Dirt Track Racing Association late models, formerly the Hav-A-Tampa Series, are featured in the ticket package. The two most popular dirt series will be paired together at the Dirt Track.

The Dirt Track season ticket can save fans more than 40 percent compared to buying each race individually. Each season ticket offers fans a $5.00 per night discount on the Pennzoil World of Outlaws programs and $10.00 admission for each UDTRA race. Dirt Track season tickets are priced at $120, $140 and $160.

The first RPM Week-Texas kicks off Wednesday, March 28 at the Dirt Track with the UDTRA late models followed by the Southern Bleacher Classic Thursday and Friday nights, March 29-30 for the Pennzoil World of Outlaws. The events are part of the Harrah's 500 weekend of NASCAR racing on the superspeedway.

The second RPM Week-Texas takes place Sept. 13-15 with the Wolf Brand Chili 100 for UDTRA taking to the dirt oval on Thursday night along with the Sept. 14-15 O'Reilly Texas Showdown for Pennzoil WoO sprint cars. The races are in conjuncion with the Lone Star 500 for the Indy Racing machines.

"This season ticket package allows dirt track fans to see superstars such as Steve Kinser and Scott Bloomquist racing the top competition from around the country, all at 40 percent off regular prices," said Eddie Gossage, speedway executive vice-president and general manager.

Individual Dirt Track tickets will go on sale in February.

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