By JIM CLARKE
BROCKVILLE, ONT – ‘Tis the season to start thinking about the 50th anniversary – 2019 event schedule – at Brockville Ontario Speedway.
Treat the fan on your gift list to a season pass for The BOS. Grandstand admission, good for the entire year – with the exception of the Bullringer 110 and Fall Nationals – is just $220. A pit pass – for all events except the Northeast Fall Nationals and Bullringer events – is only $420. Reserved seats for special events are just $60. Brockville Speedway gift cards, available in any amount and redeemable at the main grandstand general admission gate, souvenir booth or canteen are also available. Track owner/promoter Paul Kirkland says it promises to be an exciting year at the popular 3/8th mile clay oval.
“We’re all looking forward to getting another season of action underway and our promotional team is working hard to get things ready,” Kirkland said. “The first step in that direction is the announcement that our 358 Modified division will be sponsored by 1000 Islands RV Centre and will be known as the 1000 Islands RV DIRT Modifieds. Henry Boer and his team have been strong supporters of the track and its great to have them take this step.”
Fans can also relive some of most memorable moments from Brockville Ontario Speedway’s thrilling 2018 calendar. Pick-up a DVD copy of any regular season event for only $20 or from the Loud & Dirty DIRTcar Northeast Fall Nationals for only $40 while quantities last, with delivery guaranteed in-time for Christmas morning.
Don’t miss out on the chance to pre-book your camping spot for the Fall Nationals, with advance payment set at only $50. Premium sites are $100, with renewals needing to be paid in full by Friday, May 31st before remaining spots in either section are offered to the public.
The 2019 campaign promises to be another busy one – with plenty of changes on the horizon – at Brockville Ontario Speedway. One of the biggest differences fans will notice was announced at the end of last year, when Danny O’Brien confirmed his plans to step away from weekly action shortly after clinching his 14th track championship.
“Across the board, our Saturday night line-up is one of the best in the business,” Paul Kirkland admitted. “There is no doubt that we’ll miss having Danny here every week, but our fan base will still have plenty of action to cheer for once the green flag waves to kick-off the year.”
For complete off-season news and information on special Christmas gift-giving promotions, look to www.brockvillespeedway.com, like the track on Facebook or follow it on Twitter.
The 50th anniversary 2019 regular season is scheduled to get underway Saturday, May 11th at The BOS.