Park your Truck at Nascar's Phoenix International Raceway

Image Courtesy Phoenix International Raceway Fan Page

Image Courtesy Phoenix International Raceway Fan Page

Second to last Race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Nov. 13th -15th. In 1964, when PIR was carved out of the foothills of the Estrella Mountains, it was intended to be a new jewel in the crown of American open wheel racing. Drivers like Mario Andretti and A.J. Foyt soon came to love the one-mile paved oval with the unique bend in the backstretch. Plus, they really loved coming to Phoenix, where the tourism industry was just starting to grow and its Western-style hospitality was second to none. Phoenix International Raceway is truly a great place for drivers, fans and tourists alike. PIR has blossomed into perhaps the most storied NASCAR venue in the West, and in fact was voted “No. 2 favorite track” by NASCAR drivers in a 2007 Sports Illustrated survey. https://www.facebook.com/PhoenixRaceway/info

Image Courtesy Phoenix International Raceway Fan Page

Image Courtesy Phoenix International Raceway Fan Page

Phoenix International Raceway allows Bobtail Parking Only and Parking is FREE. You can Bobtail to Lot Yellow 4 and 5. Below we have suggestions on where you may be able to drop your trailer and directions to parking.

TICKET INFO
Please Call 866-408-7223
Please Visit phoenixraceway.com

TRUCK STOPS NEARBY: You may be able to drop your trailer at one of these locations or park and cab to the event.
1. Security Truck Park securitytruckpark.com 3002 W Durango St Phoenix AZ 85009 (602)484-0373. Secure lot open 24/7 with a guard on duty at all times. Drivers can either drop their trailer and leave it or come back with truck and sleep in cab. Cost is $15 per day and possible discounts for multiple days stay. 14 miles from track, 1 mile from I-17.
2. Pilot Travel Center Avondale AZ I-10 Exit 133 Approximately 2 Miles N
3. Flying J Phoenix AZ I-10 Exit 137 Approximately 5 Miles NE
4. Discount Fuels Phoenix AZ I-10 Exit 139 Approximately 6 Miles NE
5. QT Mini Mart Phoenix AZ I-10 Exit 139 Approximately 7 Miles NE
6. Circle K Truxstop #2885 Phoenix AZ I-10 Exit 141 Approximately 8 Miles E
7. Speedsmart 112 Inc Buckeye AZ  I-10 Exit 114 Approximately 18 Miles W
8. Loves Travel Stop Buckeye AZ  I-10 Exit 114 Approximately 18 Miles W
9. Loves Travel Stop Chandler AZ  I-10 Exit 162 Approximately 20 Miles SE
10. TA Tonopah AZ  I-10 Exit 103 Approximately 30 Miles W

DIRECTIONS
Courtesy of phoenixraceway.com
The routes offered are a general guideline only and are not necessarily the best routes from your area. Please consult a more detailed map for specific directions from your area. Visit phoenixraceway.com for more detailed directions and maps. 

GPS Address: 7602 S. Avondale Blvd. Avondale, AZ 85323

Image Courtesy Phoenix International Raceway Fan Page

Image Courtesy Phoenix International Raceway Fan Page

(I-17, Flagstaff, Prescott, Sedona)
Travel South on I-17 to Exit 214C and proceed West on Loop 101
Travel on Westbound/Southbound Loop 101 to I-10
Travel West on I-10 to Exit 128 (Litchfield Rd.)
Turn Left (South) on Litchfield Rd.; travel to Buckeye Rd. (MC 85)
Turn Right (West) on Buckeye Rd.; travel for one mile to Bullard Ave.
Turn Left (South) on Bullard Ave.; travel for two miles to Vineyard Rd.
Turn Left (East) on Vineyard Rd. and follow signs/officers to PIR 

(I-10, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Blythe)
Travel East on I-10 to Exit 124 (Cotton Lane)
Turn Right (South) on Cotton Lane; travel for four miles to Buckeye Rd. (MC 85)
Turn Left (East) on MC 85; travel for two miles to Estrella Parkway
Turn Right (South) on Estrella Parkway; travel to Vineyard Rd.
Turn Left (East) on Vineyard Rd. and follow signs/officers to PIR

(San Diego, Yuma)
Travel East on I-8 to Exit 116 (at Gila Bend) and proceed North on State Hwy. 85
Travel 30 miles North to MC 85
Turn Right (East) on MC 85; travel to Estrella Parkway
Turn Right (South) on Estrella Parkway; travel to Vineyard Rd.
Turn Left (East) on Vineyard Rd. and follow signs/officers to PIR

 

Danielle Roberts

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