Group Outings

Birthday Party Package


BIRTHDAY PARTIES AT THE LASALLE SPEEDWAY
PARTIES INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

15 Kids Skybox Tickets
4 Adult Skybox Tickets
4 Pizzas (your choice) Cheese, Sausage, or Pepperoni
Soda
Ice Cream Cups
(plates and utensils provided for the above)
Checkered Flags for your 15 guests
Public Address Address Announcements wishing the birthday person a “HAPPY BIRTHDAY’
Carry the American Flag for the National Anthem
Picture in Victory Lane with one of our race division winners

Your Cost is $150.00

All you need to bring are the kids and cake

*We can decorate at an additional cost of $25.00
*You can come early and decorate

Contact the Speedway Office to book your party (815) 223-6939
(Parties are not available on Special Event Shows)

 

Weekly Super Show Skybox Package

15 Skybox Seats
3 Pizzas (your choice) Cheese, Sausage, Pepperoni
2 Cases of Beer (your choice) Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light
1 Case of Soda (your choice) Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite
12 Pack of Water

Your cost is $300

Contact the Speedway Office to book your party (815) 223-6939

Packages can be upgraded to an All Access VIP Pass at additional cost of $15 per pass.
*All Access VIP Pass includes Skybox and Pit Access

Lucas Oil Spring Shootout Skybox Package

Saturday May 12, 2012

$10,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Models
Modifieds
Street Stocks
Hornets

TIMES:
Pit Gates Open: 1:00
Grandstands Gates: 3:00
Racing: 7:30

Enjoy a spectacular view from the comfort of your private skybox!
15 Guests will receive admission to the races. If purchased in advance we will also include pit passes upon request!
3 Pizza, 2 cases of Beer and 1 case of Soda

Cost of package is $ 600.00

Host Hotel Days Inn in Oglesby, Ill., will be the host hotel for the Spring Shootout. Located five miles from the track, the hotel is offering discounted room rates for fans and racers who mention the ‘Spring Shootout’ when reserving rooms by phone at 815-883-9600 or online www.daysinn.com

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Is reserved seating available? No, The grandstand will be general admission, blankets will be allowed to be placed until 2:30 pm.
Q: What is the age limit for the pit area? There is not an age limit for the pit area at this event. Minors aged 17 and younger must submit a fully-executed minor “Parental Consent, Release and Waiver of Liability, Assumption of Risk, and Indemnity Agreement/Minor’s Assumption of Risk and Release and Waiver of Liability.” These are available at the Pit Ticket Booth.
Q: Are coolers permitted? No Track rules prohibit coolers in the grandstand area.
Q: Is camping available? Yes to reserve a spot for this event please click on the Camping tab
Q: Where is the track located? The LaSalle Speedway is located at 578 US-6 in LaSalle, IL 61301. The LaSalle Speedway is 60 miles west of Joliet, 80 miles east of the Quad Cities, 70 miles south of Rockford, and 60 miles north of Bloomington.

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