For the second straight year, spectators will have better accommodations for parking during the Lucas Oil Winchester 400 Weekend presented by JEGS this Friday through Sunday, October 15 – 17, 2021.
Fans can park, free-of-charge, in a huge lot adjacent to the racetrack thanks to an agreement between the property owner and Winchester Speedway.
“This was one of the biggest responses we received during last year’s Winchester 400 weekend and we wanted to take care of our fans to make it easier for them again,” said Bob Dillner, Promoter of Winchester Speedway. “With Winchester Speedway securing the farm field adjacent to the track, fans are only 25-feet from the speedway property. Hopefully fans appreciate what Charlie Shaw (track owner) and our staff are trying to do to help the race fans from all over America and the residents of Randolph County; we truly care about all of them.”
The parking lot sits adjacent to the speedway (on the left) and can be entered shortly after turning off State Route onto Timber Lane. The lot will be lit for the evening races on Friday and Saturday and if need be on Sunday as well.
Trailers, haulers and campers are not permitted to enter the lot and will be towed at the owner’s expense. Fans are also asked to keep their four-wheelers (UTV) and golf carts off the property. Any inappropriate activity on the lot will also force security to remove the offenders from that property as well as Winchester Speedway.
Weekend passes and single day tickets for the Lucas Oil Winchester 400 Weekend from October 15 – 17 are available for purchase both online and at the track, with three options available. General admission weekend passes at Winchester Speedway are $60 for adults and $40 for children between 6-12. Reserved seats consist of rows 8-16 and go for $75 each for the entire weekend. The top tier section is the premier ticket (top three rows in the grandstands) and are $85 each for the entire weekend.
Single-day passes are also available for all three days. Single-day GA tickets for Friday and Saturday are $20 each for adults and $15 for kids, with reserved seats at $30 – top tier seats are listed at $35 per ticket. On Sunday, single-day tickets are $30 for GA, $35 for reserved and $45 for top tier.
The infield will open up for fans via Trackside Parking on Saturday and Sunday for $40 per vehicle. A pit pass must accompany each person in the vehicle entering the infield for the Trackside Parking area. Pit passes can be bought at the track or on the Pit Pay app.
Three great days of racing highlight the Winchester 400 Weekend presented by JEGS from October 15-17, 2021. Friday will feature not only the “Compact Kingdom” event, but also the CRA / JEGS All-Stars Tour Pro Late Model season finale and a post-race concert. The Midwest Modifieds Tour highlight Saturday’s racing card with the CRA Street Stocks and Sportsman in action prior to a fireworks show to cap the night. Both Friday and Saturday’s events will be streamed live on MAVTV Plus. That all leads up to the 50th Lucas Oil Winchester 400 on Sunday, which will also be seen live on MAVTV network television.
All tickets for the weekend are available now at winchesterspeedway.com/tickets. Pit passes for the weekend are available on the Pit Pay app (available on all major platforms). And while camping is sold out on the grounds of Winchester Speedway, the staff would be happy to recommend other campgrounds in the area of hotels that are a short drive from the speedway.
Partners interested in marketing opportunities at the speedway can email Claire Formosa at email@example.com.
Track rentals are now being booked for the Lucas Oil Winchester 400 weekend. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to plan your track time.
For more information regarding the event, please visit the track’s website at winchesterspeedway.com. You can follow @FastestHalfMile on Twitter and Instagram, and be sure to like the Winchester Speedway Facebook page. For additional info on the Champion Racing Association please visit cra-racing.com.