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3:00pm -5:00pm Timed Practice 5:30pm -6:30pm Rider Autograph/Open Paddock to spectators 7:00pm -Opening Ceremonies 7:30pm Pro Heat The City of Castle Rock, nicknamed the "Gateway to Mount St. Helens" is situated between the Cowlitz River and I-5 (exits 48 & 49) in southwest Washington state.This is the home of the Castle Rock National TT. Castle Rock is 123 miles south of Seattle and 63 miles north of Portland, Oregon.Taking the Spirit Lake Memorial Highway (SR-504) east out of Castle Rock is the first step in a amazing adventure. Those who choose to travel the entire 53 miles of the highway will be rewarded with stunning views of the majestic Mount St. Helens.
Castle Rock Race Park has approx, 2000 seats in the red section that are bench/bleacher type seating. The red section ticket will allow ticket holders seating from turn 1 through turn 4. Turns 1 & 2 will be the designated Beer Garden and you will have to be 21 to enter turns 1 & 2. Red Section ticket holders will be allowed into the facility at 2:30pm
Castle Rock Race Park has approx. 2880 reserved seats that are bench/bleacher type seating. They are located between turn 4 and the first turn and include the start finish line. Be in the center of the action. They offer great full track viewing. These are not assigned seats. You will be allow into the facility at 2pm to get your choice of seats. Be sure to bring a pad or blanket to secure your seat for the evening.
Castle Rock Race Park has approx, 2000 blue section seats that are bench/bleacher type seating. The blue section ticket will allow ticket holders seating from turn 3 through turn 4. Blue section tickets holders will be allowed into the facility at 2:30pm.