*Oswego Speedway Press*
2011 Oswego Speedway season passes are now on sale at the Box Office
2011 Season Passes are now on sale at the Oswego Speedway Box Office. There is one less regular season race at the Oswego Speedway in 2011 versus 2010 bringing the price for a pass, both in the grandstands and the pit area, to an all-time low price for race fans.
Season Passes for a reserved seat in the grandstands are available for $165. Season Passes for the pit area for the regular season will sell for $365 and for $465 it will include International Classic Weekend. All three forms of the Season Passes for 2011 are the lowest prices that they have ever sold at.
Eleven regular race dates and one open practice session will make up the 2011 season schedule and are included in the Season Pass packages. The Modified Race of Champions 200 and International Classic Weekend events along with a mid-week special event in early August will not be included with a Season Pass.
Call the Oswego Speedway box office at 315-342-0646 to purchase or renew a Season Pass. All grandstand reserved seats from 2010 will be held for fans until April 15th at which time all seats will become available to any fan for purchase as a 2011 reserved seat.
$10 Nights continue in 2011 and free admission for military and youths expanded
Oswego Speedway will continue to hold the line on admission prices for regular events in the 2011 season and expand on their free admission program for kids. Price Chopper will again be an integral part of regular night pricing with their “Tickets to Go” program for 2011.
Oswego Speedway “regular night” programs with 45 lap Novelis Supermodified features will again be priced at just $12 in 2011. These five nights of racing will also offer fans the opportunity of buying their $12 tickets in advance at any Price Chopper Supermarket for just $10. The five race dates with 45 lap feature events are spread out across the season with dates in June, July and August. This will be the third consecutive season that adults have been able to buy “regular night” tickets in advance at Price Chopper for just $10.
Oswego Speedway continues its policy of free admission to all active military members, home on leave, and their spouses for the entire regular season. The Oswego Speedway began this policy five years ago and offers it for all races except International Classic and Race of Champions weekends and any track rental touring national series events where the track just hosts the event and is not the promoter.
New for 2011, free admission for minors will be expanded to include those that are ages sixteen and under. School photo identification may be required in some instances to keep the policy fair for all. This policy has the same guidelines as the free admission for military members as for when it will be restricted for a few special events. It marks the first time in the sixty one year history of the Oswego Speedway that those fans up to age sixteen will be allowed in for free.