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‘Winner’s Circle’ Brings Big Prizes for Race Fans that Watch and Win!

‘Winner’s Circle’ Brings Big Prizes for Race Fans that Watch and Win!

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (May 19, 2020)

As NASCAR returns to racing, Texas Motor Speedway is giving race fans a chance to get cool prizes with its new “Winner’s Circle” promotion.

The challenge is simple and the potential rewards are awesome: Texas Motor Speedway fans that enter the Winner’s Circle contest and choose a winner of the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series races will be eligible to win great prizes.

The first prize up for grabs for a lucky fan who entered and selected a winner of the May 17 race at Darlington was a Nexgrill. The second prize for NASCAR's May 20 race at Darlington is a $250 gift card to O'Reilly Auto Parts.

The Nexgrill and O'Reilly gift card are the first of several unique prizes that fans can win from each race during the Winner’s Circle promotion. The promotion is free and runs through the following NASCAR Cup Series events:

May 17: Darlington Raceway

May 20: Darlington Raceway

May 24: Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

May 27: Charlotte Motor Speedway

May 31: Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway

June 7: Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway

Fans who enter the promotion and choose a winner are automatically entered to win that race’s top prize.

ENTER TO WIN:

Being eligible to win is easy – all fans need to do is follow Texas Motor Speedway on platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook or download the Texas Motor Speedway app and watch for each race’s Winner’s Circle prize announcement and entry link. From there, picking the winning driver and a little luck is all that’s needed.

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