Miller Motorsports Park offers discount to Boise

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Talk' started by Michael Schultz, Aug 25, 2006.

  1. For those Idaho riders who are into big time racing, Miller Motorsports Park is pleased to allow Boise a special discount on tickets for the most spectacular (car) racing event of the year. Read on....(and then visit and enter the key world "Grandam" for a ticket discount for singles or your entire family.

    As a motorcyclist and Idahoan now living and working in Utah I've made it a semi-personal crusade to do whatever I can to involve motorcyclists, even car groups in anything we do at Milller Motorsports Park. The track owner and upper management would like to harbor partnerships with Boise Riders at any chance possible. So if anyone on the board has questions, concerns or is curious about what we're doing please don't hesitate to post, or email us. If you haven't been down here to experience the longest track in North America you are truely missing out.

    Discount Tire Sunchaser At MMP
    Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Special Reserve

    Tooele County, UT (XXXXXX) ? August 31-September 2 marks the inaugural Discount Tire Sunchaser 9-hour endurance race at Miller Motorsports Park featuring the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Special Reserve. This will be the season finale for the series and should provide some incredible racing as the series points championship is on the line.
    Grand American's top-tier Rolex Sports Car Series has established itself as the most competitive professional road racing championship in North America. The Rolex Series Daytona Prototype category has attracted the attention of world class drivers and teams. Among those scheduled to compete at MMP are: 2004 Indy 500 champion Buddy Rice, 2006 Champ Car star A.J. Allmendinger, 2002 IndyCar Series Champion Scott Dixon, four-time SCCA Trans-Am Series Champion Tommy Kendall, former Champ Car stars Jimmy Vasser, Christian Fittipalid, Adrian Fernandez and former Formula I driver Roberto Moreno.
    On Friday evening September 1st fans won?t want to miss Winners Wind Up. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. spectators can get in free to watch the last half of the Grand Am Cup Series Race. Following the races the public will be able to come down on the track and mingle with the cars and drivers that just competed or will be a part of Saturday?s 9-hour endurance race. While on the track fans can be a part of the winner?s circle celebration. Shuttles will also be available to give spectators rides around the 4.5 miler course. A complete weekend schedule can be found on line at
    Ticket prices vary over the course of the 3-day event. Tickets can be purchased on line at or by calling (801) 325-SEAT (7328).

    Weekend Pass (good for all three days)
    - Adult Grandstand $80
    - Youth (2-12) Grandstand $30
    - General Admission $60
    - Youth (12 and under) General Admission is Free

    Thursday, August 31st
    - $10 flat fee admission includes access to grandstand seating
    - Youth (12 and under) are Free

    Friday, September 1st
    - Adult Grandstand $40
    - Youth (2-12) Grandstand $15
    - General Admission $25
    - Youth (12 and under) General Admission is Free

    Saturday, September 2nd
    - Adult Grandstand $50
    - Youth (2-12) Grandstand $15
    - General Admission $30
    - Family Pack (Immediate family members) General Admission $99
    - Youth (12 and under) General Admission is Free

    Weekend RV Parking
    - Thursday, August 31 ? Saturday, September 2
    - $150 flat fee
    - RV Parking is located trackside along the south side of the track.

    Trackside Tailgate Zone
    - Thursday, August 31-Saturday, September 2
    - $50 per day
    - 20? x 50? spaces
    - Trackside Tailgate Parking is located along the south side of the track.

    Miller Motorsports Park was designed with the fan in mind as it provides some of the best viewing opportunities of any track in the USA, with both close-up and full-view visibility from six major spectator areas.

    This unique concept allows General Admission spectators to move about from one ?Oasis? area to another affording them the opportunity to take in the fast paced action from numerous locations and at the same time be able to see 95%-100% of the course.

    To get the best out of this incredible opportunity here are a few helpful reminders.

    1. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair as the ?Oasis? areas are elevated groomed dirt berms.
    2. A 10?x 10? Easy-Up shelter will help keep you cool. You?re welcome to bring your own shade tents.
    3. Bring plenty of sun screen and a hat.
    4. Feel free to move around to other ?Oasis? areas to get a different view of the non-stop action.
    5. Bring your bicycle along to make getting from one ?Oasis? to another a breeze.
    6. Coolers are allowed but subject to search.
    7. Food and beverages are available for purchase on site.

    Grandstand Admission is open seating in one of four grandstand areas for those holding a grandstand seat on Friday, September 1. Grandstand Admission is reserved seating in one of four grandstand areas on Saturday, September 2. General Admission allows access to viewing berms. Spectators are encouraged to bring their own blankets and lawn chairs.

    There is free parking throughout Miller Motorsports Park. Parking closes 2 hours after event ends.

    Children Rules:
    All children 12 and under are "free" in General Admission areas, as long as accompanied by an adult. In Grandstand seating, children under 2 may sit in a lap, and children 2-12 must have a paid ticket.
    95% of track is visible from all viewing areas. For major events, there will be both General Admission and Reserved Grandstand seating. The seating policy for major events will be:
    Day 1 - All areas are General Admission
    Day 2- General Admission, and with additional cost, OPEN Grandstand seating
    Day 3- General Admission, and with additional cost, RESERVED Grandstand seating.

    General Admission allows you access to all areas, except Grandstand seating. General Admission is standing room, or you may bring lawn chairs or blankets. There are no seats in general admission areas.

    Michael Schultz

  2. Hozhead

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    Very cool.
    It looks like the Labor day track day trip may be start a bit early!