Saturday’s racing program during the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at BIR will include two autograph sessions and Nitro School, which is a must-see for those interested in the finer points of how nitro cars work. Check it out
Get your 2016 Zoo Survivor T-shirt this weekend at the BIR Shirt Shack, located in the brick condos. Be the first on your block to own one!
BIR fans will get two finals for the price of one this weekend. The Top Fuel and Funny Car finals that were rained out Aug. 7 in Seattle are scheduled for 2 p.m. on Saturday during BIR’s afternoon qualifying session.
If you missed CBS Sports Network’s broadcast of the two Trans Am Series races that were the featured events at BIR during the PleasureLand RV Show & Go, now you can watch them at your leisure. Here are links to the coverage of both races.
For an affordable $100 a day, you can watch this weekend’s Muscle Car Series drag racing from the comfort of a Tower Suite that overlooks the starting line. Overstuffed couch, air conditioning, refrigerator, cable TV – all the comforts of home.
The top classic rock radio station in northeast Minnesota is broadcasting its morning show live from BIR’s Tower Suites Friday from 6-10 a.m. Listen to live interviews with drag racers and drivers from the Trans Am Series, including Duluth’s Tommy Archer.
Rent a Tower Suite this weekend and watch the Street Car Showdown in style! the suites overlook the drag strip’s starting line and feature an overstuffed couch, refrigerator, AC and cable TV. And the cost is a great deal: $100/day!
The gas station next to BIR’s front gate is re-opening this weekend as Nitro Square. In addition to beverages, food, snacks and fuel, racers can also buy racing gas, which will no longer be available from BIR’s Shirt Shack.
PleasureLand RV Center is hosting its annual RV and camper blow-out sale at BIR. More than 200 RVs and campers will be on sale. The show is free and open to the public.
BIR hosted the annual MTEEA Supermileage Challenge this week, which attracted high school teams from throughout the state as they competed with gas-powered vehicles they designed and built with the goal to be as fuel efficient as possible.