Three-time and defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart will be at Bristol Motor Speedway Tuesday for an exclusive question-and-answer session with race fans.

The first 200 BMS fans who have tickets to next weekend’s Food City 500 on Sunday or the Ford EcoBoost 300/Widow Wax 125 Saturday are eligible to attend the limited seating Q&A session with Stewart.

Stewart, a past BMS winner, is scheduled to meet fans in the BMS infield media center at approximately 5 p.m.

Four very fortunate fans will be selected from the group attending the Q&A for the opportunity of a lifetime – track laps at the World’s Fastest Half-Mile with Stewart behind the wheel.

Fans purchasing tickets that day for either the Food City 500 or the Ford EcoBoost 300/Widow Wax 125 also will be eligible for the Q&A. Autographs will not be permitted. 

March race weekend ticket packages, which include the March 18 Food City 500 and the Ford EcoBoost 300/Widow Wax 125, also are available, starting at $99. A package in the Wallace Tower for both Sprint Cup races also is available for $99, while packages for fans 15 and younger are available for the March races at half price. Lower-row seating for the Food City 500 is available with tickets starting at $65 for adults and $32 for children 15 and under.

Tickets for the Ford EcoBoost 300/Widow Wax 125 doubleheader are available, starting at $35 for adults and $17 for kids 15 and under, and may be purchased by calling toll free at 1-866-415-4158, 423-BRISTOL, or online at www.bristoltix.com.

Guests are encouraged to purchase in advance while the price is $5 less per grandstand ticket than the race-day cost for the same seat.

BMS season tickets, which include the Food City 500 and IRWIN Tools Night Race Sprint Cup races, as well as both the Ford EcoBoost 300, the Food City 250 and the Widow Wax 125, also are on sale. Pricing for all four races begins at just $175 in the Wallace Tower.