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Park-And-Ride Options Allow Bristol Motor Speedway Guests To Let Someone Else Do The Driving

From Bristol Motor Speedway 

Decisions for race fans and guests of Bristol Motor Speedway on where to park and how to get in and out are a bit easier to make with park and ride shuttle options in the region.

Two choices, one in Tennessee and one in Virginia, give fans a chance to let someone else do the driving to the NASCAR events at Bristol Motor Speedway March 15 and 16.

Current locations are: Sullivan Central High School at Tennessee Exit 66 — 113 Shipley Ferry Road in Blountville, Tenn., — and Sugar Hollow Park in the Exit 7 area of Bristol, Va.

At least one more location at Exit 7 is expected to be added soon.

“This is an expansion of the program we have had for two or three years now,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager of Bristol Motor Speedway. “One of the main questions new fans ask is ‘where do I park,’ and one of the main issues we have heard from locals is traffic. By offering various locations in in the area, guests can let someone else deal with parking and traffic. They just ride.”

Details of departure times and costs from each location follow.

Saturday March 15, Drive to Stop Diabetes 300, presented by Lilly Diabetes and PittLite 125:

Sullivan Central: Departure times to BMS 9:00, 10:15 and 11:30 a.m. Shuttles leave BMS 45 minutes after the race. Cost: $10 each way and riders pay as they board.

Sugar Hollow Park, (On Lee Highway between Exits 10 and 7) Bristol, Va.: Shuttles depart for BMS starting at 9 a.m. and run at the top of every hour until 2 p.m. Shuttles leave BMS 45 minutes after the race. Cost: $10 each way and riders pay as they board.

Sunday March 16, Food City 500:

Sullivan Central: Departure times to BMS 9:00, 10:15 and 11:30 am. Shuttles leave BMS 45 minutes after the race. Cost: $10 each way and riders pay as they board.

Sugar Hollow Park, (On Lee Highway between Exits 10 and 7) Bristol, Va.: Shuttles depart for BMS starting at 9 a.m. and run at the top of every hour until 1 p.m. Shuttles leave BMS 45 minutes after the race. Cost: $10 each way and riders pay as they board.

Tickets still remain for the March 14-16 race weekend, but prices increase Sunday, March 9, so act now to purchase Food City 500 tickets as low as $65 or weekend packages for as little as $89. To reserve your seat inside the Last Great Colosseum, visit BristolTix.com or call (855) 580-5525.

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