MILLINGTON, Tenn. – NASCAR is racing in Memphis for the first time in eight years June 3 at Memphis International Raceway.
Memphis International Raceway hosts the NASCAR K&N Pro Series for the Memphis 125. The race, held at the 0.75-mile short track will be broadcast nationally on a tape-delayed basis on the NBC Sports Network (NBCSN).
An open-test session is scheduled 4:30-7:30 p.m. CT June 2 with admission free to all Saturday ticket holders. The Memphis 125 action on June 3 includes practice, qualifying and a driver autograph session before drivers begin racing at 5 p.m.
Current K&N Pro Series drivers include multi-generation drivers Harrison Burton and Todd Gilliland along with Jay Beasley and Collin Cabre from NASCAR's Drive for Diversity program. Watch these young stars as they look to follow the path of recent K&N Pro Series graduates Joey Logano, Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott and Daniel Suarez into the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series.
Saturday tickets start at $20 for adults. For $49, a limited number of fans can purchase a VIP experience that includes lunch with the drivers.
About Memphis International Raceway
Memphis International Raceway is the Mid-South's premier racing destination for racers and spectators alike. The facility includes a historic drag strip and a road course besides the NASCAR 0.75-mile tri-oval. In the past month alone, MIR has hosted such major events as the original Super Chevy Show and the season-opening race for Red Bull Global Rallycross, which was broadcast on NBC.
For more information, visit www.racemir.com.
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