Homestead-Miami Speedway is THE Championship Track—and the place to be this fall. Ticket holders for the NextEra Resources SpeedJam Championships (Oct. 9-10) and Ford Championship Weekend (Nov. 20-22) can expect world-class entertainment value both on and off the track in what will be a historic motorsports season. Consider that never in the history of the sport—quite a long time—has the same track crowned champions in each of North America’s premier racing series: NASCAR, IndyCar and Grand-Am Sports Cars.
That all changes this year: Six races, six Championships, all inside of six weeks. And all at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
…And race fans have the opportunity to enjoy one of the best values in all of sports, with the “Championship Season Ticket” starting at just $130—for all six races.
For the IndyCar/Grand-Am weekend (Oct. 9-10), that means names like IndyCar’s Danica Patrick, Tony Kanaan, Dario Franchitti, Scott Dixon, Dan Wheldon, Marco Andretti, Graham Rahal and A.J. Foyt IV. Not to mention a house call from “Grey’s Anatomy” star Patrick Dempsey, who pursues his real love of motorsports when he can break away from his on-camera role of Dr. “McDreamy” Shepherd.
Six weeks later, Nov. 20-22, NASCAR’s traveling superstars will hit South Florida for Ford Championship Weekend—the series-crowning finales of the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series. Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Tony Stewart and the rest of NASCAR’s best.
Six races, six Championships, six weeks—a ton of racing fans can witness for as little as $130. The “Championship Season Ticket” to attend all six series-crowning finales during the two weekends is priced to save fans up to $55 off of individual-ticket face value. The “Championship Season Ticket” also entitles the guest to:
-An invite for two to attend the Nov. 19 official Kick-Off to Ford Championship Weekend at Ford RaceFest
-Commemorative “Homestead-Miami Speedway Championships” ID card and lanyard
-15-percent off at the Homestead-Miami Speedway Gift Shop
For those fans who can’t make it to all six Championships, Homestead-Miami also has set up some Championship Savings for the individual weekends.
IndyCar/Grand-Am SpeedJam Championships: Oct. 9-10
Tickets start at just $30; special offers include:
-Children ages 12 and younger: With the purchase of an accompanying adult ticket, children ages 12 and younger will be admitted FREE of charge Friday and Saturday to both the grandstands and the exclusive paddock area—providing unique access to the driver garages of IndyCar competitors. (Advance registration required; for more info: 866-409-RACE)
-Teens ages 13 to 16: Teens ages 13 to 16 accompanied by at least one adult will receive a discounted “Youth Rate” of $15 for Saturday. Admission price for Friday is $10 for all guests over the age of 12.
NASCAR’S Ford Championship Weekend: Nov. 20-22
Tickets start at just $55 for Sprint Cup Championship; special offers include:
-Fans attending NASCAR’s Ford Championship Weekend—the series-crowning finales of the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series—can save up to $45 on three-day packages and receive upgraded parking
-Fans attending NASCAR’s Ford Championship Weekend can save up to $35 on two-day tickets and receive upgraded parking
- All kids 12 and under are FREE for Friday night’s Camping World Truck Championship and just $15 for Saturday’s Nationwide Championship
- All kids 12 and under pay just $15 for Saturday’s Nationwide Championship
- Fans renewing 2008 tickets have the option to upgrade their seat locations during HMS-designated relocation periods, including via telephone (new in 2009)
THE ULTIMATE IN TRACK LUXURY
For those fans seeking the ultimate in Speedway luxury, Homestead-Miami is offering a “Champions Club Championship Season Ticket” that saves fans $75 off the face-value price for Champions Club tickets for both 2009 Championship weekends: the NextEra Energy Resources SpeedJam Championships (Oct. 9-10) and NASCAR’s Ford Championship Weekend (Nov. 20-22)
One of the premier client-entertainment experiences found anywhere in South Florida, the Champions Club offers a panoramic view of the Speedway—and that’s just the start of the cutting-edge amenities. The Champions Club is an air-conditioned club area with buffet, two full bars, nearly 40 high-definition plasma and LCD televisions, outdoor chair-backed seating and private elevator access—truly the best seat in the house from which to enjoy six championship events.
For more information on the “Champions Club Championship Season Ticket”—as well as group rates, private suites, corporate hospitality and premium ticket packages—call (866) 409-RACE or visit
. Tickets for all six Championships go on sale on sale April 20th
It’s motorsports history in 2009 as Homestead-Miami Speedway becomes the first venue ever to host all of North America’s premier motorsports championships: the IndyCar, Grand-Am Rolex SportsCar and Firestone Indy Lights Series during the NextEra Energy Resources SpeedJam Championships Oct. 9-10; and NASCAR’s Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series during Ford Championship Weekend Nov. 20-22. For ticket info on all six 2009 championships, call (866) 409-RACE or visit www.HomesteadMiamiSpeedway.com. Homestead-Miami Speedway—THE Championship Track.