Fans who enjoyed seeing Sprint Cup stars do battle in the Food City 500 at NASCAR’s most popular track last year, have one more day to get their same seats for the 2011 event.

The March race weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway features the first short track racing of the 2011 NASCAR season, kicking off with Ford Fan Friday qualifying March 18. The Scotts EZ Seed 300 Nationwide Series event, won in 2010 by Justin Allgaier, is March 19. The Food City 500, in which five-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson got his first BMS win last spring, is March 20.

Tickets for the Food City 500 are available for $93 while tickets for the Scotts EZ Seed 300 start at $45. Ford Fan Friday tickets are only $5 and are just $4 for fans who have weekend tickets to the Food City 500 and Scotts EZ Seed 300.

Race weekend packages for both the Scotts EZ Seed 300 and the Food City 500 are available for as low as $99.

The 2011 season ticket package also is available and consists of the Food City 500 and IRWIN Tools Night Race Sprint Cup events as well as the Scotts Turf Builder 300 and Food City 250 Nationwide races. Also included are lower-priced options to add Pole Day (March 18) and the O’Reilly 200 Camping World Truck Series/UNOH Perfect Storm 150 Whelen Modified Series races (Aug. 24).

Fans looking for the best value deal may want to consider the Wallace Tower package, the lowest priced season ticket at BMS in 2011. The package is only $185 and includes special food and beverage discounts for season ticketholders

BMS continues to have payment plans available for fans in 2011. Fans may lock in 2011 ticket prices for three years with a minimum deposit at the time of purchase, as well as a plan for the purchase of the single year’s season ticket package, which is priced lower than it was in 2010. Season ticket holders also are now automatically enrolled in the iBelong at Bristol program, which is designed to provide additional benefits and rewards to our loyal season ticket holders.

iBelong at Bristol ticket holders receive substantial savings not be available to fans who purchase single-event tickets. The program offers more value, exclusivity and recognition to season ticket holders.  Fans will be able to take advantage of savings opportunities each year, including a variety of ticket pricing options, concessions and souvenir discounts, and additional savings that can be used at the track and at home.  Additionally, those fans will be invited to participate in exclusive prize drawings made only available to season ticket holders, get insider news and be invited to live video chats throughout the season.  Also, they will receive an iBelong membership card, the annual Bristol bumper sticker, and their name will be listed on the newly created Fan Wall in the O. Bruton Smith Building.

To order tickets, please visit www.bristoltix.com or call the BMS ticket office toll free at 1-866-415-4158 or 423-BRISTOL (274-7865).