Bristol Motor Speedway’s thousands of loyal fans are being recognized in a rather unique way during its 50th anniversary celebration throughout August race weekend.

Thousands of iBelong Season Ticket Holders at NASCAR’s most popular track now have their names placed on the inside retaining wall near the exit of Turn 4. BMS is the first track to honor its fans in this manner.

“This is simply another way to show our fans just how important they are to us,” said Executive Vice President and General Manager Jerry Caldwell. “These folks are absolutely the best and we wanted to do something a little different – and special – to make sure they realized just how appreciative we are of their support.

“We’ve always had an incredibly loyal fan base and these folks are the reason that Bristol Motor Speedway is voted the fan’s favorite race track. Putting their names on the wall is just another way for us to say thanks.”

Bristol Motor Speedway’s Fan Affinity program is designed to bring recognition, exclusivity and value to season ticket holders.

Tickets for this weekend’s night races at Bristol Motor Speedway are still available. Fans can enjoy both the IRWIN Tools Night Race and the Food City 250 for as little as $99.

Single-event tickets for the IRWIN Tools Night Race start at $90 while ticket prices for the Food City 250 begin at $45.

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.

To purchase tickets, fans may contact the BMS ticket office at 1-866-415-4158 or 423-BRISTOL.