RIR to retain two-race schedule in 2012

Richmond International Raceway will again host two NASCAR weekends – and two Sprint Cup Series races – in 2012, track officials announced today.

Next year's Sprint Cup races will be held April 28 and Sept. 8. The track also will host Nationwide Series races April 27 and Sept. 7 and a NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race April 26.
 
“This past Saturday night’s Wonderful Pistachios 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race reminded our fans of what Richmond is all about,” said track president Dennis Bickmeier.  “After an exciting race where we saw racing that Richmond has become known for, we’re excited to announce our dates for 2012 and again showcase the beating and banging our fans love.”
 
Account holders who attended the “One Last Race to Make The Chase” NASCAR weekend in September can expect to receive renewal invitations for the spring weekend in early October.  For new fans, tickets for the April 26-28 NASCAR weekend will go on sale to the general public on Friday, Jan. 13, 2012.  Seat deposits are currently being accepted.  For $20 per seat, fans can guarantee that they will have a seat for the April 28 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race without having to wait for the on-sale date.  Seat deposits can be redeemed on Jan. 11, 2012 and will be applied to the seat price. 

For tickets and information, visit http://www.rir.com or call 866-455-7223.

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