BMS Fan-Friendly Lodging Options

Guests attending the IRWIN Tools Night Race activities at Bristol Motor Speedway in August have various lodging options, including pricing from $60 to $80 and a dozen offering accommodations for under $110 a night.

"We continue to try to find ways to make the Bristol experience more pleasurable for our guests," said BMS General Manager Jerry Caldwell. "That goes from amenities on our property to finding lodging partners to offers breaks on rates and night minimums.

"We work to find partners closer to Bristol Motor Speedway, but the ones we have are located in areas to accommodate our guests coming from nearly any direction on the map. Many have gone beyond rates and night minimums too with some adding shuttle service or breakfast and other options."

This list, with properties in Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina, not only includes various options in pricing by style of property as well. Chain and privately-owned hotels, cabins, lodges and even an historic Inn make up the list for August. BMS officials encourage guest to research the alternatives to choose which one best fits their needs.

For more information on the participating properties click here.

For guests looking for more than a place to stay, there are several ticket options available as well with packages for the IRWIN Tools Night Race with tickets starting at just $75.  Weekend offerings are available starting at $99. Prices for the Food City 250 are as low as $35 and half-price for youth, 15-and-under.

Those interested in Wednesday night's Titan Roof 150 Whelen Modified and the UNOH 200 Camping World Truck Series doubleheader can grab tickets for $30 and 15-and-under are free.

For more information, please contact the BMS ticket office toll-free at 866.415.4158 or at www.bristoltix.com.