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Friday, January 25, 2013

MAVTV 500 First Responder Appreciation Night

The MAVTV 500 IndyCar World Championships is an IZOD IndyCar Series race held at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. The event represents a continuous lineage of open wheel oval racing in the Southern California-area that dates back to 1970. The 2012 event was sponsored by MAVTV, a motorsports cable channel owned by Lucas Oil. NBC Sports Network carried the race on television, as they had done since the then-Versus network picked up rights to the IndyCar Series for every year except one, when ABC televised the 2011 IZOD IndyCar World Championship. With the addition of this race to the schedule for 2012, Fontana returned to the IndyCar series for the first time in ten years. After Las Vegas Motor Speedway was not certified for the 2012 season, IndyCar elected to make the Fontana race its season finale. The race was the first IndyCar World Championship race that ran to its official distance, the 2011 race being abandoned due to a major accident which resulted in major damage to the track and the death of driver Dan Wheldon.
Tickets include:
  • One (1) Reserved Upper Grandstand Admission to the MAVTV 500
  • One (1) Pre-race Pit and Paddock Pass
  • One (1) Admission to the First Responders Pavilion and access to food, soda, water and BEER!
  • Exclusive Event Gift
Proceeds will be donated to the California Fire Foundation, the California Peace Officers Memorial, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery. All purchases are NOT tax deductible.

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