Race fans can help AARP and five-time Bristol winner Jeff Gordon in the Drive to End Hunger.

Teaming with Bristol Motor Speedway, AARP and the AARP Foundation, Gordon, a four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champ, is offering a new, enhanced ticket package for the Aug. 27 IRWIN Tools Night Race. It includes a question-and-answer session with Gordon on the day of the race. Due to space limitations in the BMS hospitality area, availability is limited, so fans are encouraged to purchase tickets promptly.

A $4 donation from each package sold will benefit Drive to End Hunger, an initiative in which AARP, the AARP Foundation, Gordon and Hendrick Motorsports have teamed to fight senior hunger, a problem that affects more than 6 million older Americans.

“We are thrilled that Bristol Motor Speedway is making such a generous commitment to the AARP Foundation’s effort to alleviate hunger among our parents, grandparents and other loved ones,” said AARP Tennessee State Director Rebecca Kelly. “We hope that thousands of race fans take advantage of this opportunity to see Jeff in person, cheer him on in the race and help us all ‘leave senior hunger in the dust.’”

AARP is reaching out to nearly 3 million members in Tennessee and seven other states via mailings, email and social media platforms to encourage them to take advantage of this opportunity.

Fans who purchase the tickets also will receive a Drive to End Hunger hat and a BMS 50th anniversary poster featuring Gordon.

The Jeff Gordon ticket package is $124 and may be purchased by calling the BMS ticket office at 423-BRISTOL or 1-866-415-4158. Fans should ask for the Jeff Gordon AARP package. Should fans wish to add a Food City 250 ticket to the package, the cost is $169.

BMS recently introduced a ticket offer for fans that gives them the opportunity to take part in a question-and-answer session with their favorite drivers. Others include Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Clint Bowyer, Jeff Burton, Kasey Kahne, Paul Menard, Tavis Kvapil and David Gilliland.

iBelong members (Bristol Motor Speedway season ticket holders) can add the driver Q&A for only $15. There is limited space, so members should reserve their space now.

Race week at BMS kicks off Aug. 24 with a doubleheader that features the O’Reilly Auto Parts 200 Camping World Truck Series race, and the UNOH Perfect Storm 150 Whelen Modified Series event. The Food City Nationwide Series race takes place Friday night, Aug. 26.

Fans can enjoy both the IRWIN Tools Night Race and the Food City 250 for as little as $99. Should they be in town for the Wednesday night doubleheader, fans can take in all four races under the lights in packages starting at $129.

Single-event tickets for Saturday’s IRWIN Tools Night Race start at $90 while ticket prices for the Food City 250 begin at $45. Wednesday night doubleheader tickets for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 200 and the UNOH Perfect Storm 150 are $25 in advance of the race and $30 Aug. 24.

Parents also can take advantage of reduced ticket prices for children as kids 12 and under can watch the Food City 250 for only $10 while children in that age bracket will be admitted free to the Wednesday night doubleheader.