Jimmie Johnson Fan Q&A Package Announced for Pocono 500

Pocono Raceway is excited to announce the “Jimmie Johnson Pocono Q&A Package,” available for purchase, for the 2011 Pocono 500. Race fans can chose from three Grandstand ticket packages, which include: an exclusive question and answer session with five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion, Jimmie Johnson, a Grandstand ticket and a discounted Pre-Race Pit/Paddock Pass.

The available packages are priced at $75 for a Concourse-level ticket, $105 for a Terrace-level ticket and $115 for a Terrace Platinum-level ticket. The Pre-Race Pit/Paddock Pass is good at designated times throughout the weekend and has been reduced to cost $30. Additionally, fans purchasing this package will receive access to Johnson’s Q&A Session, held inside Victory Lane, on Sunday, June 12th, at 10:15 a.m. prior to the start of the Pocono 500.

Johnson, driver of the No. 48 Lowe’s Chevrolet Impala, is a two-time winner at “The Tricky Triangle.” He earned back-to-back victories in the Pocono and Pennsylvania 500’s in 2004.

Fans can purchase this ticket package by mentioning the “Jimmie Johnson Pocono Q&A Package” when calling 1-800-RACEWAY (722-3929) or when ordering online by clicking the Packages link at: www.poconoraceway.com/tickets. Don’t miss out on this exclusive offer. Act now!



  1. Chenza Bowers |

    Wish this package was for August race. So disappointed its for June., I will be at August race…So sad. Have been waiting 6 years to meet him….


    • Carmen Szpiech |

      Chenza… I agree with you. I wish they should it give the Season ticket holders the same packages. We have tickets for both races in the Sky box and wish I can see him at least at the Skybox

      • kevin |

        Call the Pocono Ticket Office at 1-800-Raceway. They will be able to assist you and give you details on how you can still attend the Johnson Q&A Session

  2. Tammy |

    Okay, I’m a little confused here. I am interested in this but we already have our tickets. I called the office and asked if I could still get in on it and the woman I spoke to said yes, I would just have to buy the pit passes. I asked how much they would be and she said 50 dollars. Now, how is that fair that I would be charged 20 dollars more per person because I pre-ordered my tickets? I understand the scheduling of appearances etc. is often done at the last minute but it seems like you are better off not pre-ordering your tickets if you want to take advantage of the offers that come closer to the race date. 🙁

    • Carissa |

      Tammy, I was thinking the same thing. I bought the tickets as a Christmas present for my husband back in December and now there are all these specials and packages that I don’t seem to be able to take advantage of. Wish I’d’ve waited.

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