Jason Rittenberry is the COO of the Music City Grand Prix, the newest street race happening in Nashville August 8th. The race is all ready hyping us up, the track uses the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge and they are anticipating high speeds in 200 mph.
The race was officially announced in September of 2020 after three years of preparation by the Music City Grand Prix. We asked Jason what went into the length of time, and he was quick to say they wanted to have everything locked down before they went public. Let me tell you, they have thought of everything. The group’s primary goal is to create a perfect race experience which means: keeping lines short, having great entertainment (three concerts each night plus an up-and-coming stage!), and making sure there are great views of the race. They will have fourteen video boards! Every grandstand but one will have a video board, and they’ll be others in picturesque places along the track and on the main stage.
If this isn’t enough to get you to the race, as Jason said they wanted a reason for Nashville to throw a party. You’ll have great racing, including cars crossing over a bridge. INDYCAR and classic muscle cars racing. A festival atmosphere all weekend, and the good food only Nashville can provide. If you haven’t checked it out yet, head over to MusicCityGrandPrix.com.
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