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Mid-Ohio To Host Fan Fest

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/1/2013

The Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course will hold a free open house from 4 to 7:45pm on Friday.  Fans 18 and older with a drivers's license will have the opportunity to compete in an autocross in Mid-Ohio's Acura ILX cars, with the best driver getting a pair of tickets to the race of their choice.  Motorheads can also take parade laps around the course in their cars for free or take a pace car ride around the track for a $10 donation with proceeds going to the Nationwide Childrens Hospital. 

Tickets for the coming 2013 race season at Mid-Ohio will be on sale at the track for five to 20 dollars less than what they will  starting Saturday for the rest of the year. 

   
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