Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course features a permanent road-racing circuit
with two primary configurations: a 2.4-mile, 15-turn,
and a 2.25-mile, 13-turn (NNS) circuit.
Mid-Ohio Season race passes now on sale: Mid-Ohio Season Race Passes are on sale now for the 58th season of racing at the legendary road course in Lexington, Ohio. As announced last week, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course will feature its largest and most diverse spectator schedule in 2019 with three additional event weekends added. The Mid-Ohio Season Race Pass is one of the most spectacular values in all of sports and available currently at an advance price of $325. This is the ultimate season ticket to see all the Mid-Ohio racing action, plus it offers exclusive fan access and benefits. [More](12-14-2018)
Rock N Roll Tequila sponsoring XFINITY race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course today announced a new title sponsor for the upcoming NASCAR Xfinity Series race event on August 10-11, 2018. Rock N Roll Tequila will hold this entitlement as well as being named the official tequila of the facility as part of a three-year agreement. The Rock N Roll Tequila 170 Presented by Amethyst Beverage will be the final race of the 57th season at the 2.258-mile, 13-turn permanent road course in Lexington, Ohio. It will also mark the sixth time the NASCAR Xfinity Series visits Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.[More](7-31-2018)
Tickets on sale at Mid-Ohio: Ticket sales for all five major race weekends at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in 2018 open today at midohio.com or by phone at 419-884-4000. The spectator calendar starts over a month earlier in 2018 with the addition of a new race weekend headlined by the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, May 4-6. Four of the traditional race dates also return to the weekend schedule at the legendary Lexington, Ohio road course.[More](11-29-2017)
Nationwide Insurance Partners with Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in 2013: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course announced a three-year partnership with Nationwide Insurance and Nationwide Children's Hospital earlier today to bring the NASCAR Nationwide Series to Ohio for the first time. The event, to be titled the Nationwide Children's Hospital 200, is set for August 16-17, 2013. Nationwide Children's will benefit from collaborative fundraising and awareness efforts carried out by NASCAR, Mid-Ohio and Nationwide Insurance.
"The NASCAR Nationwide Series coming to Mid-Ohio is a major addition for the track, our region and the state of Ohio. We've always been dedicated to putting a dynamic schedule together each year for our fans and being able to work with NASCAR on securing a Nationwide event truly gives us one of the most powerful schedules in road racing," said Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course President Craig Rust. "To make this event even more special is our partnering with a company like Nationwide Insurance that has heavy racing involvement and has been a strong community supporter both in Ohio and nationally for almost a century. Helping to shine a bright light on the work that Nationwide Children's Hospital does is something in which we're very proud to be involved."
Nationwide Insurance, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, has entitled the NASCAR Nationwide Series since 2008 and been involved in the sport for more than 14 years. It will extend its support in the motorsports realm by sponsoring its first NASCAR race on behalf of Nationwide Children's and receiving designation as Official Insurance Provider of the track. In 2006, the Nationwide Insurance Foundation awarded Columbus Children's Hospital the single largest charitable donation for any cause in central Ohio and the second-largest philanthropic gift in the nation to a children's hospital.
"We're thrilled to partner with Mid-Ohio to introduce NASCAR fans to the important work of Nationwide Children's through season long NASCAR marketing programs," said Matt Jauchius, chief marketing officer for Nationwide Insurance. "In the past six years Nationwide Insurance's sports sponsorships have helped generate more than $7.5 million for Nationwide Children's and we're ecstatic about doing more good work."
Nationwide Children's, an international leader in pediatric research and care, serves nearly 1 million patient visits annually, caring for children from every state and 28 nations round the world. All care is provided regardless of a family's ability to pay.
"This new partnership is yet another demonstration of Nationwide Insurance's transformational support of Nationwide Children's Hospital and our mission," said Steve Allen, MD, chief executive officer of Nationwide Children's. "We thank Nationwide, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and NASCAR for bringing this premier sporting event to central Ohio and for choosing to highlight the hospital as part of it. We look forward to welcoming NASCAR fans to this event and working with our partners to raise funds and awareness for pediatric care and research."
Tickets for the third - and final - road course on the 33-event 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule and the rest of the 2013 Mid-Ohio season will go on sale Monday, December 3. Parking is free and children 12 and under are also admitted free at every event. Fans can visit midohio.com anytime or call 800-MID-OHIO (643-6446) Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. for more information.(MOSCC)(11-13-2012)
Nationwide going to Mid-Ohio: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is expected to play host to a NASCAR Nationwide Series race for the first time next August. The formal announcement will come at a press conference [Tuesday] morning at the Nationwide Insurance headquarters in downtown Columbus. A spokesman for Mid-Ohio had no comment ... when asked about the race. It appears the 2.25-mile road course of Mid-Ohio was the choice of NASCAR to replace the Nationwide Series road race previously held in Montreal. Nationwide is considered the No.2 series behind Sprint Cup in the NASCAR hierarchy. But several Sprint Cup stars race in the Nationwide Series from time to time, and there is a good chance that could be the case for the Mid-Ohio race. Based on when the Montreal race was run this year, it is expected to be held the same weekend as the Sprint Cup race at Michigan. Drivers will be able to make what would be a shortish commute by helicopter.
As for Mid-Ohio, it also will be hosting its annual IndyCar race the first weekend of August, meaning it could stage two major events within two weeks of each other.(Columbus Dispatch)(11-12-2012)
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