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  • United States Olympians from Virginia to Lead Crowd in Pledge of Allegiance
    Anyone who has ever been to a NASCAR event at Richmond International Raceway knows the patriotism runs deep throughout the grandstands. The Saturday, September 8, pre-race ceremony before the Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race takes the American spirit up a notch as four U.S. Olympians will join United States Marine Sgt. John Peck to lead the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance.
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  • Miller Lite Party Zone Returns to RIR September 7-8
    Miller Lite is bringing the ultimate tailgate party to fans at Richmond International Raceway prior to next weekend’s Federated Auto Parts 400 and Virginia 529 College Savings 250. The Miller Lite Party Zone is FREE, open to the public and features live music, tailgate games, a mechanical bull, the Miller Lite show car and cash bar serving great tasting Miller Lite and food items for sale.
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  • "The Road To Richmond" Speeds Through Atlanta This Weekend
    As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “regular season” comes to a close, the drama and excitement of The Chase takes to the track at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. The upcoming events in Atlanta are all that remain before “The Road to Richmond” culminates at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday, September 8 with the Federated Auto Parts 400—“One Last Race to Make The Chase.”
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  • NASCAR Wild Card Contenders to Participate in Free Fan Question & Answer Session Thursday, September 6 at Richmond International Raceway
    Richmond International Raceway is offering race fans a unique opportunity on Thursday, September 6. All NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers eligible to race their way into or capture a Wild Card spot in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, but have not already secured a position prior to the Federated Auto Parts 400, will participate in a free fan question and answer session. The event, which is FREE and open to the general public, will start at 5:30 p.m. on the backstretch apron of RIR’s ¾-mile track.
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  • New Fan Vision to Enhance At-Track Companion Viewing Experience
    Fans in the grandstands at Richmond International Raceway for the September 7-8 "One Last Race to Make The Chase" NASCAR weekend will enjoy an even better in-seat viewing experience with the new Fan Vision that launched this season.
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  • #RVALovesRacing Campaign to Kick Off Race Week in Richmond With Digital Billboards Featuring Tweets
    For decades, we’ve all known that Richmond (RVA) loves racing of all sorts, but especially NASCAR, considering this is the seventh decade Richmond International Raceway has hosted the top motorsports series in the country. Now in technologically-enhanced 2012, Richmonders are encouraged to show their racing spirit on Twitter, using #RVALovesRacing in their tweets about race week in Richmond.
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  • New Features Added to Free Mobile App
    Richmond International Raceway is expanding its commitment to the fan experience through mobile devices. The track launched a new Multiple View Menu Formatting on the FREE RIR mobile app. This new, user-friendly menu format will minimize scrolling and allow for convenient access to essential race weekend information. The RIR mobile app is available for download on most Apple and Android devices.
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  • List of Free Amenities & Fan-Favorite Race Weekend Activities September 7-8
    When fans flock to Richmond International Raceway September7-8 for the “One Last Race to Make The Chase” NASCAR Weekend, they will notice several new amenities, as well as some returning fan-favorite activities.
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  • "The Road To Richmond" Runs Through Tennessee Saturday Night
    The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series moves into Tennessee this weekend with plenty of drama building in the race for the final two “Wild Card” spots. Following this weekend’s event in Tennessee, there will only be one race before “The Road to Richmond” culminates at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday, September 8, with the Federated Auto Parts 400—“One Last Race to Make The Chase.”
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  • Team USA
    8.31.2012
    Anyone who has ever been to a NASCAR event at Richmond International Raceway knows the patriotism runs deep throughout the grandstands. The Saturday, September 8, pre-race ceremony before the Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race takes the American spirit up a notch as four U.S. Olympians will join United States Marine Sgt. John Peck to lead the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance.
  • Miller Lite Ultimate Tailgate
    8.30.2012
    Miller Lite is bringing the ultimate tailgate party to fans at Richmond International Raceway prior to next weekend’s Federated Auto Parts 400 and Virginia 529 College Savings 250. The Miller Lite Party Zone is FREE, open to the public and features live music, tailgate games, a mechanical bull, the Miller Lite show car and cash bar serving great tasting Miller Lite and food items for sale.
  • Jeff Gordon celebrates his 85th career victory
    8.30.2012
    As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “regular season” comes to a close, the drama and excitement of The Chase takes to the track at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. The upcoming events in Atlanta are all that remain before “The Road to Richmond” culminates at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday, September 8 with the Federated Auto Parts 400—“One Last Race to Make The Chase.”
  • One Last Race To Make The Chase
    8.29.2012
    Richmond International Raceway is offering race fans a unique opportunity on Thursday, September 6. All NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers eligible to race their way into or capture a Wild Card spot in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, but have not already secured a position prior to the Federated Auto Parts 400, will participate in a free fan question and answer session. The event, which is FREE and open to the general public, will start at 5:30 p.m. on the backstretch apron of RIR’s ¾-mile track.

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