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May in Revew: Logano, Harvick ... Sandler
New Hampshire Motor Speedway officially kicked off the 2015 NASCAR season in New England this past Wednesday with a visit from reigning SYLVANIA 300 winner Joey Logano. The green flag waved on the 25th Anniversary season with a celebration of Logano's recent 25th birthday, a fitting coincidence for a New England native who's legacy will forever be intertwined with his home track.
Last fall, Logano used the win at NHMS to springboard himself toward the Championship Round of the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup. At the time, he said the only win he could think of that would compare would be winning at Daytona. However, he backtracked on that statement Wednesday, after having won the Daytona 500 in February. "I have to say that even after having won Daytona, there's no win more special to me than here, at NHMS," Logano told a crowd of 150 fans.
The birthday party raised $5,000 from fans and business partners that donated to Speedway Children's Charities to attend the event. The party featured several of Logano's favorite activities, and he challenged fans in foosball, air hockey, table tennis, and Mario Kart. Before the night ended, it was announced that another Logano favorite, Adam Sandler, would serve as the Grand Marshal for the New Hampshire 301 on July 19.
The announcement makes Sandler one of the many great appearances during the race weekend. This past month, it was also announced that Kevin Harvick will serve as the special guest at the Speedway Children's Charities Champions Breakfast on July 17.
Additionally, NHMS continues to approach sell outs on driver packages with the two most recent Sprint Cup Series race winners: Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards.
Johnson, who won Sunday's race at Dover, is hosting a 15-minute Q&A on race morning. The package is recommended for families and will feature a Lowe's Build and Grow Clinic. The $48 ticket package includes one adult (or two youth) grandstand tickets and admission into the event.
Edwards, who got into victory lane for the first time in 2015 one week ago at Charlotte, will be the special guest at the exclusive Magic Mile Club in the infield. This VIP experience includes a pre-race pit pass, grandstand ticket, souvenir package, access to the pre-race entertainment, and a catered food and beverage service. The package is priced at $249 and current ticket holders may upgrade for $200.
These packages are available in limited quantity, so be sure to call our Ticket Office asap at (603) 783-4931 to take advantage of these exclusive opportunities.