Michigan International Speedway: June 16, 2017, 8:30 pm
Of all the tracks on the NASCAR circuit, Michigan International Speedway offers one of the best infield experiences. Whether you are there to party or relax, MIS has the best of both worlds.
Pick Your Infield Camping Spot
Selecting the best infield camping spot is an important decision. Racetrack view, ease of parking, bathroom location and curfew. All are factors to consider when making your reservation. New bathrooms and highly visible site markers are some of the improvements new track president Rick Brenner points to. Brenner stressed, “We will continue to find new ways to make it easy for people to come out, give them reasons to want to come out and entertain them while they are there. We are focusing on the fan experience.”
Turns one and two offer a quieter, more laid back and relaxing atmosphere. Much like the experience of a roadside campsite in the Irish Hills area. Turns three and four are where the party crowds gather. It is a Lasco Press tradition to tour the infield. We look to give readers a glimpse of the best and most interesting MIS party experiences.
Did You See That
There are some things you see at MIS that you just don’t see every day. Interesting modes of transportation, creatures, the classic fire-pit. Even Christmas in June.
Now That’s How To Watch a Race
It’s not just about watching the race. It’s watching the race in style that gets the fan’s excited. Creative construction techniques are a necessity.
State Your Preference
Support your favorite driver or beverage brand, and do it in a big way. Most of all, be certain to show your true colors.
Get Your Groove On, Have a Good Time
Everyone has their own definition of fun. Most importantly, do what you have to do to be comfortable.
Come to the party, or better yet, bring your own. A corner camping site, the perfect spot for your own local saloon.
The Party Goes All-Night Long
Bring a band to the party if you want things to really get wild. Oh yeah, MIS did. Not just one, but several on Friday. Then Saturday night Tim Dugger opened for rockers Candlebox and metal monsters Skid Row.
Missed the Party? There’s still time to register for the Pure Michigan 400 in August. Want your picture online, invite us to your campsite, tell us your MIS story. Contact us: e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. See ya at the races.