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December 15, 2011
NASCAR, IndyCar, NHRA tickets and more on sale now

Here's a gift idea with plenty of miles for the motorhead in your life.

Individual event tickets went on sale today for Infineon Raceway's 2012 season including NASCAR's premier Northern California showcase, the Toyota/Save Mart 350.

Among the package deals for the NASCAR Sprint Cup weekend, set for June 22-24, is the Save Mart Supermarket Two-Pack: Two reserved race day tickets for $99.

Also available are weekend packages and individual seats for other major motorsports events featuring IndyCar, NHRA, motorcycles, touring cars and more at the Sonoma road course.

Want the best of everything? The 2012 Track Pass includes tickets for all major events, season-long VIP parking, a NASCAR pre-race pit and track pass, an IndyCar garage/pit/pre-race pass, an NHRA thunder alley pass, exclusive hot-lap track day and more. Valued at more than $1,100, the Track Pass costs $425.

For tickets or more information, click on www.infineonraceway.com or call (800) 870-7223.

Infineon's 2012 schedule highlights:
May 4-6: West Coast Moto Jam

June 2-3: Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival

June 22-24: Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

July 20-22: NHRA Division 7 Drag Races

July 27-29: NHRA Sonoma Nationals

Aug. 24-26: Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma

Sept. 21-23: FIA World Touring Car Championship

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