LOUDON, N.H. - Imagine talking with Patrice Bergeron only minutes before skates onto the ice at the Boston Garden. Envision what it would be like to chat with Tom Brady before he trotted onto the field at Gillette Stadium. It's something very few have the chance to experience, but officials at New Hampshire Motor Speedway are giving a very similar unique opportunity to its guests inside the Magic Mile Club before the New Hampshire 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on July 14.

Two-time NASCAR Nationwide Series champion and Sprint Cup Series winner Martin Truex Jr. will make a 15-minute pit stop prior to the start of the New Hampshire 300. Truex will answer questions from fans inside the Magic Mile Club, which will host this ultimate hospitality package that includes a private fenced-in tent, catered food, beverage service, pre-race pit pass and a grandstand ticket.

Magic Mile Club passes may be purchased for $249 per person, which includes an $80 Laconia Grandstand ticket.

The Magic Mile Club offers fans the opportunity to enjoy the ultimate VIP Hospitality experience on the morning of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. The Magic Mile Club opens at 8 a.m. on the morning of the Sprint Cup Series race, at the same time gates open. The club closes at the start of the race.

Due to Truex's race day schedule there will be no autographs.

Great seats, camping, hospitality, and VIP packages are still available for the New Hampshire 300 on July 14 or the SYLVANIA 300 on Sept. 22. Purchase them now by calling the speedway ticket hotline at (603) 783-4931 or by visiting www.nhms.com.