Global Rallycross invites registered SEMA Show attendees to take part in the season finale to be held on the opening day of the 2012 SEMA Show.
Global Rallycross Championship (GRC) kicks off the opening day of the 2012 SEMA Show by showcasing superstars, such as Ken Block and Rhys Millen, and title contenders Tanner Foust and Brian Deegan, in high-energy, door-to-door rallycross action on Tuesday, October 30.
The Gold Lot at the Las Vegas Convention Center, directly across from the convention center hall, will be transformed into a rallycross super circuit with pavement-to-dirt transitions and a high-flying 70-ft.-gap jump.
Global Rallycross invites registered SEMA Show attendees to take part in the season finale by visiting http://x.co/GRCSEMA for a complimentary ticket to all of the action.
The limited-supply complimentary ticket includes two-day admittance into the venue, open seating, access to driver autograph sessions and entry to the Rally Park paddock.
Upgrade the Experience
Premium Trackside Viewing: SEMA members can upgrade to VIP access by visiting http://x.co/GRCtix and purchasing a $45 ticket to the GRC Club.
Ultimate Trackside Experience: The perfect way to entertain your clients after the Show is at the high-flying GRC Finale in exclusive hospitality suites. Perks include private seating for 20, catering and an exclusive VIP entrance for the quickest access to the venue. And to limit your workload as you prepare for the SEMA Show, GRC will provide a client-service representative to assist you through the process. To learn more about these hospitality opportunities and to reserve your suite, contact GRCsuitesales@gmail.com.
Don’t miss one beat of rallycross action, and be sure to stop by the SEMA Show Racing and Performance Forum, Tuesday, October 30, from 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., in the Vehicle Technology Center, located in the Grand Lobby of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The Forum, featuring Rallycross driver Tanner Foust and series president Brian Gale, will focus on the state of the racing and performance industry, its challenges and the future of racing and performance.
To learn more about Global Rallycross Championship, visit www.global-rallycross.com.