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Unique fan experiences await at Sprint Unlimited

February 03, 2014, Staff report,

Ride grand marshal pace car, present winner’s trophy, serve as a honorary pit crew member 


Ticketholders for The Sprint Unlimited At Daytona can register for special prizes and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities on Saturday night, Feb. 15 at Daytona International Speedway.

Upgraded experiences that fans can win include:

·Presenting the winning driver with The Sprint Unlimited trophy

·Riding in a Grand Marshal car during the pace laps of The Sprint Unlimited

·Attending the driver's meeting

·Honorary pit crew member

·Photo with the winning Sprint Unlimited driver in Gatorade Victory Lane

"The Sprint Unlimited is an event that is designed around the race fans," said Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III. "As we kick off the new NASCAR season with this exciting star-studded event, fans in attendance will have the opportunity to participate in significant race roles and win some special experiences that will deliver long-lasting memories."

Beginning today, fans can pre-register online at Fans can also register on-site at the Daytona Reward Stations powered by Windows located in the Sprint FanZone, the Midway outside Turn 4 and in front of the Daytona International Speedway Ticket and Tours Building.

For the second straight year, The Sprint Unlimited will feature 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole winners and past champions of The Sprint Unlimited.

Among the 20 eligible drivers for the 75-lap race are defending Daytona 500 champion and six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, last year's Sprint Unlimited winner Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart, who is scheduled to make his return to competition for the first time since a sprint car crash ended his 2013 season last August.

Click here to buy tickets for The Sprint Unlimited At Daytona.


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