The Chevrolet Silverado 250 is the only event of the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series based in Canada. Held on Labor Day Weekend, the event will include the second round of the 2020 Gander Trucks Playoffs. Other events held onsite are the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship and the NASCAR Pinty's Series. Attendees will be able to watch the races, meet and sign autographs with the drivers and buy branded merchandise.
Attendees can purchase a special wristband for the opportunity to meet the drivers before or after the races and get their autographs. The Grand Prix Club Tent is a special hospitality package for the event. The Grand Prix Club VIP treatment includes general admission for Friday and Saturday, a continental breakfast and catered lunch on Sunday, transportation between the paddock and the pit area, a dedicated grandstand, VIP parking, and beer and snacks during the afternoon. The Canadian Tire Motorsport Park provides Wi-Fi access to all visitors.
The Chevrolet Silverado 250 will be held at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. This motorsport venue is located at:
3233 Concession Road #10
Bowmanville, Ontario L1C 3K6, Canada
RVers who pay for eligible RV ticket prices can stay at the CTMP camping facilities. Two of the camping areas have full-service bathrooms and showers along with playgrounds to entertain younger visitors. RV owners can run their generators from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., and pets are allowed. Traveling to the Chevrolet Silverado 250 in an RV is a great way to soak in the atmosphere and stay on the premises without having to drive in and out during the event. If you're looking for an RV rental for a trip to the Chevrolet Silverado 250, consider RVshare.
You can camp with your RV in the general campgrounds adjacent to the CTMP. If the RV camping spots at the CTMP are full, consider parking at the Cedar Valley Resort or the Cedar Park Resort. You should also choose an RV park if you require access to fresh water and a dump site after a long trip. If you're not driving an RV, you can still use the general campgrounds to pitch a tent. Campground passes are valid for one vehicle and six guests. There are several low-cost motels and hotels in the vicinity, such as the Best Western Plus Bowmanville, the Courtyard by Marriott Oshawa and the Holiday Inn Express and Suites Clarington.
RVers can drive to the motor park from the U.S. by crossing the Canadian border via the New York or Detroit crossings. Travelers coming from the south can take the I-81 N. until the Ontario border checkpoint and then transition to ON-401 W., the main highway in Canada that's closest to the CTMP. Another option is to take the I-190 N. to the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge, which will give RVers the chance to stop by scenic Niagara Falls on the way to the event. The park is then accessible from ON-407 E. When driving to the motor park from the Midwest using the Detroit crossing, continue on ON-401 E. until you reach the park. Canadians residing in the northern areas of the country, such as Quebec, can take the Trans-Canada Highway via either Autoroute 20 O or Autoroute 40 O.
Parking is included with the purchase of your ticket. There are infield parking lots located near Paddock 4. VIP parking is situated adjacent to the hospitality area. General Camping parking, which is appropriate for RVs and other large vehicles, is in a field on the western edge of the site near the Event Center and the driver development track.
You can purchase your Chevrolet Silverado 250 tickets directly from the CTMP website. Early Bird prices are available to guests who purchase tickets before or on July 22, and advance ticket discounts are available to visitors who buy their tickets before or on September 2. After September 2, tickets can be bought at the gate.
Early Bird tickets are priced as follows:
• Weekend Super Tickets: $65 per person
• Sunday Tickets: $50 per person
• RV Tickets: $95 per vehicle
• Tent Camping: $70
Guests purchasing advance tickets will pay these prices:
• Weekend Super Tickets: $70 per person
• Sunday Tickets: $55 per person
• RV Tickets: $100 per vehicle
• General Camping Tickets: $75
Tickets bought at the gate will be available at the following prices:
• Weekend Super Tickets: $80 per person
• Saturday Tickets: $40 per person
• Sunday Tickets: $60 per person
• RV Tickets: $110 per vehicle
• General Camping: $80
Children 16 and under, when accompanied by an adult with a paid ticket, can enter the event for free. There are special Limited Reserve Camping sites available for $250. These uniquely placed sites are situated right next to the track and will get you the best view of the races. Even if you are unable to book a Limited Reserve Camping site, the CTMP is quite walkable, and you should be able to access all important events with ease.
The Chevrolet Silverado 250 is one of the premier events for the NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series. Since the event is during Labor Day weekend, you can bring the whole family. Share your photos and stories from the event at [email protected] You may just see your photos on our blog or social media sites.
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