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We're just about a week away from the spring NASCAR race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Rent My Vacation Home dot com is at the Bristol Motor Speedway .The group needs Vacation Homes for the 160,000 anticipated guests.

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March 16, 17 and 18 there will be 160,000 racing fans that will descend on Bristol and in the days leading up to the event.Area hotels are booked

Bristol Motor Speedway is hard at work getting ready and they're hoping fans are getting ready too. March 16, 17 and 18 there will be 160,000 racing fans that will descend on Bristol and in the days leading up to the event.Area hotels are booked.Rent My Vacation Home dot com is offering Homeowners $1.00 memberships for a 30 day trial to get homes for the Race fans.

Bristol, Virginia resident Jane Akowski is picking up her tickets, "I want to get them early before the crowds. It's a week away and my brother is coming in from out of town and I promised him I'd get race tickets."Akowski is one of the thousands of fans who will fill the stands at Bristol Motor Speedway March 16, 17 and 18.As those dates approach, work at Bristol Motor Speedway is picking up.

"Preparations are underway, tickets are available and we're excited. We're celebrating Food City's 20th anniversary. It's going to be a wonderful event," says Jerry Caldwell, General Manager at Bristol Motor Speedway.

In the next few weeks Bristol Motor Speedway is working on cosmetic changes, including new signs, but they're also reaching out to fans outside of the Bristol area.They're running TV and radio ads in places like Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan.

"60% of our race fans are coming from six or more hours away, so these folks really travel well," adds Caldwell. Vacation homes and lodging are a priority for many fans so we called around and learned there are almost no hotel rooms available in the Tri-Cities. If you're looking for a bargain, we've learned there are Vacation Homes in Gaitlinburg offering discounts. Bristol Motor Speedway says there's even a shuttle to get fans to and from the races. It's all part of the 'Bristol Experience'.

Something Jane Akowski says keeps her coming back year after year, "Hopefully it will be good weather. It's cool and crisp and just a good time to be outside."Wednesday afternoon, Bristol Motor Speedway announced they're teaming up with Ford for the Saturday Nationwide Race. This year it's being called the Ford EcoBoost 300.

Directions:

If you're lucky enough to be catching a race at Bristol Motor Speedway, there are some things you need to know:

From the North: Take Va. Exit 17 off I-81 and turn left on Hwy. 75. At the Tennessee border, the road changes to Hwy. 44. Continue on this route until the stop sign at U.S. 421. Turn right on 421 and stay on it until the traffic light at Hwy. 394. Turn left and proceed to Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway.

From the South: Take Tenn. Exit 69 off I-81. Turn right at the bottom of the ramp onto Hwy. 394. Bristol Motor Speedway and Dragway are located on the left side of Hwy. 394.
When I go to Bristol, we come from the south and drive up I-26 to Johnson City and take Hwy 11 to the speedway.

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