Goody’s Fast Relief 500 Packages
Sun, October 27, 2013
Martinsville starts the second half of the chase for the Sprint Cup with the Goody’s Fast Relief 500! Formerly known as the Subway 500 and TUMS Fast Relief 500, it is the final short track race of the year, and always provides great NASCAR action and championship excitement. 2013 Goody’s Fast Relief 500 packages are now available for purchase!
Featured 2013 Goody’s Fast Relief 500 Race Packages
Prices Starting at $285
- Two (2) nights’ accommodation at the Marriott Greensboro Downtown
- Check in Saturday, October 26th
- Check out Monday, October 28th
- Extra nights available
- Bill France Tower ticket to the Sprint Cup race on Sunday (Row 30+)
- Roundtrip deluxe motorcoach transfers to the track on Sunday
- Pre-Race Track pass on Sunday for the Sprint Cup race
- Premiere Sports Travel Welcome Gift Bag
- Official race program
- Premiere Sports Travel credential holder and lanyard
- Premiere Sports Travel staff on-site to assist
- All taxes & gratuities included
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Goody’s Fast Relief 500 Travel Package
For many years the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 was known as the Subway 500 and TUMS Fast Relief 500, and apparently Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson are both big fans of the restaurant chain as they combined to win all five runnings of the race with that name. But now the Chase to the Sprint Cup event at Martinsville Raceway is named after a product you might need after eating a little too much at Subway. Of course no one other than the corporate sponsors really care what the race is called, but you can bet that a lot of people care about getting Goody’s Fast Relief 500 tickets because as the sixth race in “The Chase” this one is where the standings really start take shape and the true contenders emerge. To use a basketball term, you could even say that after this race the field of 12 Chase to the Sprint Cup drivers will be cut down to the Final Four who still have a realistic chance to take the title.
One thing to remember about the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 is that it generally starts a little earlier than the typical NASCAR race because Martinsville doesn’t have lights and the early evening shadows can make things treacherous for the drivers. Of course the plus side to that is that you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy yourself and celebrate with other fans after the races as well.
Martinsville Raceway is one of the smaller tracks in NASCAR, both in terms of seating capacity (65,000) and length (a shade over ½ mile). It’s also one of the sport’s most historic tracks, with a history dating back to 1947. Martinsville might have been Richard Petty’s favorite track as well, because The King won 15 races there.
Martinsville is also the host of the Virginia 500, which is traditionally run in late March or early April. Contact us today to reserve your Goody’s Fast Relief 500 package.