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Tree Farm

Tree Farm Campground is dog friendly and features fresh water, access to showers, a family playground and so much more.

Related Topics: August NASCAR Weekend, June NASCAR Weekend, 2009 LifeLock 400, 2009 Michigan August 400, Camping, Tree Farm

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MIS and NASCAR deliver trees to Dexter

MIS aids Dexter as it continues to recover from a tornado.

Related Topics: Michigan International Speedway

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M-50 Creekside

The M-50 Creekside Campground opens at 8 a.m. on Monday of race week. You can camp in comfort with access to showers, portable restrooms, fresh water and more.

Related Topics: 2009 Michigan August 400, 2009 LifeLock 400, August NASCAR Weekend, June NASCAR Weekend, Camping, M 50 Creekside

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Brookfest Acres

Brookfest Acres Campground is located outside of turn four, just a short walk or a quick tram ride to all the action at Michigan International Speedway.

Related Topics: August NASCAR Weekend, June NASCAR Weekend, Brookfest Acres, Camping

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Camping

Camping

 

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Campground & Infield Information

Our vision is to create lasting memories for every person, every time. To ensure the fun and safety for everyone, please review the camping and infield rules prior to arrival.

Related Topics: Camping

Brian and Michelle Reid

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Canadian Brian Reid wins Race to Vegas contest!

MIS' Race to Vegas contest has stretched across the country over the past two years, now it’s made a run for the border. Canadian Brian Reid, 48, an MIS ticketholder since 2004 from Tecumseh, Ontario, was randomly selected as this year’s Race to Vegas contest winner.

Related Topics: About MIS, Fan Appreciation Program

Sunoco Ethanol

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NASCAR Powered by Sunoco Green E15 in 2011

Good for Racing, Good for the Environment, and Good for America

Related Topics: 2011 Ford Championship Weekend, Homestead-Miami Speedway

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Henrico County Schools Receive 70 Trees Through NASCAR's Green Clean Air Project

In an effort to help neutralize greenhouse gas emissions, NASCAR and Richmond International Raceway are teaming up with Henrico County Public Schools for the racing series’ Green Clean Air tree planting project—one of the newest pro-environment community outreach programs developed by America’s most popular motorsport.

 

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