SURE SIGN OF THE SEASON: TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY, INCLUDING PINKS All Out

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JOLIET, Ill. - Hot tickets will be on the market Monday at Route 66 Raceway.

Starting March 29, 2010, fans can purchase spectator tickets for many of Route 66 Raceway's 2010 events, including: the PINKS All Out qualifying and main event; ET Bracket Series “battle of the locals“ races; Lucas Oil Division 3; Team Demo Derbies and Test 'n Tunes. Tickets for the United Association NHRA Nationals Full Throttle Series event June 3-6 went on sale in February.

This includes the four-week blitz of back-to-back racing in the month of June, with the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series, NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, National Dragster ET Bracket Racing Series Challenge, a Test 'n Tune and PINKS All Out all scheduled on consecutive weekends from June 3 until June 26.

“A little bit of everything will come through our gates in June, from the fastest race cars in the world to grass-roots arm drops straight from the Fifties,“ said Craig Rust, president of Chicagoland Speedway and Route 66 Raceway. “This will be one of the best months I've ever seen - on any drag racing schedule! Something for everyone.“

Tickets can be purchased by phone at (888) 629-RACE (7223).

Adult tickets for the PINKS All Out qualifier on May 16, 2010 are $15. Tickets will go quicker than the lights on a pro tree - so be ready to purchase. Gates open at 9 a.m. Admission for children 12 years and younger is free (with a paid adult ticket). Tickets for the PINKS All Out main event June 25-26, 2010 start at $15 for adult general admission on Friday. Parking is free.

Tickets for Route 66 Raceway's ET Bracket Series events are $15. Admission for children 12 and younger is free with a paid adult ticket. If you'd like to see the best racers from Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana fight to represent Route 66 at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA North Central Division Finals this Fall, this is the series for you.

If you can't make the UA NHRA Nationals but would still like to see a big show, check out the Lucas Oil Division 3 event the weekend after the Full Throttle Series comes to town. Tickets for adults start at $16.

If watching the pros and aspiring locals inspires you, check out Test 'n Tunes at Route 66, where every licensed driver can take his or her car down the track (provided the car passes a tech inspection). Spectator tickets are $15 for adults, with children 12 years and younger admitted for free.

Team Demolition Derby tickets are on sale in advance with special savings before 5 p.m. on the Friday before each event. Adult tickets are $16 when purchased in advance, with advance junior tickets up for grabs for $11. Tickets can be purchased on the day of the event for $20 (adults) or $15 (juniors). But be careful - they sell out fast.

Tickets for NMRA/NMCA “Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing,“ Good Guys, NHRA Junior Drag Racing and Monster Money events will go on sale at a later date. Please check www.Route66Raceway.com for the latest Ticket news. Racers' run cards cannot be pre-purchased.

Route 66 Raceway is the first True Stadium of drag racing. Founded in 1998 by nine local entrepreneurs, the NHRA-affiliated, quarter-mile drag strip is now fully owned and operated by the International Speedway Corporation and is sister track to Chicagoland Speedway®, a 1.5-mile, D-shaped tri-oval that annually plays host to the NASCAR® Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR® Nationwide Series and NASCAR® Camping World Truck Series, IZOD IndyCar® Series, Firestone Indy Lights® and ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX® and Menards® events. Route 66 Raceway annually hosts weekend ET Bracket Series racing, NHRA Jr. Drag Racing, NHRA Lucas Oil Series and NHRA Full Throttle Series professional drag racing events. The Route 66 Raceway property also includes a half-mile dirt oval track.

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