Season tickets pricing is now set for the grandstand and pit area at the Oswego Speedway for the 2007 racing season. A brand new ticket program is also being announced that will kick-off the goal of collecting 100,000 recyclable cans at the Oswego Speedway for the Novelis and Habitat for Humanity can collection goal of 1,000,000 cans in 2007.
The Oswego Speedway has already announced the new grandstand General Admission price program for 2007. All fans that are "16 and under" will get in to the races for just $2 and all fans "17 and over" will be charged the adult admission price, which is $14 on regular nights and higher for special events. This new pricing plan will allow a typical family of four people to attend a regular night of racing action for just $32 in 2007. Allowing students in for just $2 instead of a $2 discount off adult prices, will make a night at the Speedway more affordable for families.
All fans that want to renew the same Grandstand Reserved Seat that they had in 2006, will have the option to do that right up until "Oswego Pizza Villa Spruce-Up Day" on Saturday April 14th. After that date, all seats will be available for any fan to purchase.
A brand new ticket available in 2007 for those fans that may not attend all races but will attend more than half is the new Novelis "Can-Do" 150 Pass. This pass can be picked up at the Box Office anytime up until the first Novelis Can Collection night on Saturday May 26th. The "Can-Do" 150 Pass is available for a donation of 150 recyclable cans to Habitat for Humanity. With this pass, a fan can purchase an adult ticket at the Box Office on any six race dates from Opening Day through July 21st and have the pass marked for each race they attend. After donating the 150 cans to Habitat for Humanity and attending six races of their choice, the fan will get a free adult admission ticket to the 21st running of the “Mr. Novelis Supermodified” race on Saturday August 4th. This is a great deal for a race fan and will go a long way to help Oswego Speedway meet their goal of 100,000 cans for Novelis in 2007.