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Sonoma Raceway opens ticket windows for 2013 season

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SONOMA — The wait is finally over for anxious race fans as Sonoma Raceway has officially opened its ticket windows for the 2013 motor-racing season.

Tickets are now on sale for all major events on the 2013 calendar, including the Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (June 21-23); NHRA Sonoma Nationals (July 26-28); GoPro Indy® Grand Prix of Sonoma (Aug. 23-25); and the FIA World Touring Car Championship (Sept. 7-8).

NASCAR will headline the upcoming season as Sonoma Raceway marks the Silver Celebration of Cup racing in Sonoma. Beginning Thursday, the raceway will offer a special ticket that is discounted by $25 and the first 1,000 accounts will receive a limited-edition Silver Celebration diecast car. Race fans will also be treated to great value with the Save Mart Supermarkets Two-Pack (two tickets for race day for just $99).

Value-based ticket offers will also be available for NHRA, INDYCAR and the WTCC. Children 12 and under will, once again, be admitted FREE on Saturday of the NHRA Sonoma Nationals weekend with the purchase of an adult ticket. Also, every ticket at the WTCC event will come with a garage pass. For INDYCAR, fans can check out the Total Access package, which includes a race-day reserved ticket, garage pass, pre-race pit and track pass, plus race-day Q&A with a star driver for $99.

The 2013 calendar will also include the Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival (May 18-19); NHRA Division 7 Drag Races, presented by Korbel (July 19-21); and the Classic Sports Racing Group Charity Challenge (Oct. 5-6). This year’s Historics race weekend will be highlighted by the 60th anniversary of the Corvette.

The best plan of attack for the upcoming race season is the 2013 Track Pass, which includes tickets to all major events, season-long VIP parking, a NASCAR pre-race pit and track pass, an INDYCAR garage/pit/pre-race pass, an NHRA thunder alley pass, exclusive hot lap track day and more.  It’s the ultimate value with more than $1,000 worth of tickets and VIP access passes for just $395!  That’s a savings of more than 60% (racesonoma.com/tickets/trackpass).

Fans can purchase individual or weekend tickets as well as special ticket packages for all 2013 major events by calling 800-870-RACE (7223), visiting an account representative at the raceway or by purchasing tickets online at racesonoma.com/tickets or ticketmaster.com.  Camping is also available for all major events.

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