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1992 DETROIT GRAND PRIX ANNOUNCES NEW TICKET PACKAGES, PRICES; TICKET BROCHURE NOW AVAILABLE

 1992 DETROIT GRAND PRIX ANNOUNCES NEW TICKET PACKAGES, PRICES;
 TICKET BROCHURE NOW AVAILABLE
 DETROIT, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Detroit Renaissance Grand Prix, Inc., announced today new ticket packages and prices for the 1992 Grand Prix, moving to Detroit's famed urban island park, Belle Isle, June 5, 6 and 7. Friday, June 5, remains as Free Prix Day.
 1992 ticket prices have been reduced or remain in line with 1991 prices. Each Saturday and Sunday ticket price includes a $2 surcharge for Belle Isle Park preservation and maintenance.
 "We are so excited about all the changes for the 1992 Detroit Grand Prix that we want to make it affordable for everyone to experience what will undoubtedly be one of the most beautiful race courses in the world," said Robert McCabe, president of Detroit Renaissance. "Ticket prices are reduced or right in line with last year. Our loyal patrons or new race fans should have no problem coming up with a choice that suits their budget and racing pleasure."
 Ticket packages for 1992 include: three-day, two-day and, new this year, one-day tickets available for all grandstands. Prices vary for each grandstand (A-D) with ranges from $104 for a three-day, upper row Grandstand A ticket to $27 for a Grandstand D ticket on Saturday only. Three of the four grandstands offer exciting views of the start/finish line and pit lane.
 For general admission ticket buyers, the new Belle Isle Park race course offers better-than-ever options with more roaming space and no buildings to block the view. General admission ticket holders net an added bonus with a new "family package" admitting children 14 and younger when accompanied by an adult ticket (limit: two children per adult). Prices range from $34 for a combined Saturday and Sunday ticket to $17 for a Saturday-only ticket.
 Other ticket options include: a Deluxe Photo Pass at $154 (limited availability); the Motor City Club at $229 per person that offers Saturday and Sunday grandstand viewing from Turns 11 and 12, Pit Walk and Paddock passes and a cold buffet with beer and wine; and two good additions to any ticket -- a Pit Walk pass at $25, which allows scheduled daily access to the pits, and a Paddock pass at $10 (children 14 and younger are admitted free to the Paddock when accompanied by an adult holding a Paddock pass).
 The 1992 Detroit Grand Prix continues to offer barrier-free seating, this year between the start/finish and Turn 1, priced at $32 for Sunday and $17 for Saturday.
 The exciting 1992 Detroit Grand Prix racing lineup includes three long-time Detroit race series favorites that offer a glimpse at three unique levels of racing: the Indy racing "elite" with Michael Andretti, Rick Mears, Al Unser Jr. and Emerson Fittipaldi driving their sleek, 200 mph, open-wheel machines in the PPG Indy Car World Series; the crafty, gritty veterans of the closed-wheel Liquid Tide Trans Am Series racing in Detroit for the ninth consecutive year; and young, aspiring drivers from the Firestone Indy Lights honing their driving skills for the ultimate jump into the "CART Indy Car Fraternity."
 All vehicular access on and off the island for the Detroit Grand Prix will be via van, bus and boat shuttles. Pick-up and drop-off points will be announced at a later date.
 1992 ticket brochures are available by writing the Detroit Grand Prix, 100 Renaissance Center, Suite 1760, Detroit, MI 48243-1066, or by calling 313-259-5400.
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 /CONTACT: Keith Kaminski of Detroit Renaissance, 313-259-5400/ CO: Detroit Renaissance Grand Prix, Inc. ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU:


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