Bethany Beach, Delaware – Dover International Speedway’s Monster Mile hosts the 11thrace weekend on the 2011 NASCAR schedule May 13-15, featuring the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series FedEx 400, benefiting Autism Speaks; NASCAR Nationwide Series 5-Hour Energy 200; and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Lucas Oil 200 events.
ResortQuest is offering privately-owned Bethany Beach vacation rentals – ranging from oceanfront condos to secluded single family beach homes - for a race-weekend special of 20% off stays of 3 nights or more. For more information on this exclusive deal, visit http://www.resortquestdelaware.com/nascar-dover-race-spring-facebook.htm
For more than 40 years, The First State’s one-mile concrete oval has treated race fans, up to 135,000 per event, to exciting racing from the biggest names in the sport.
Kyle Busch took the checked flag in last year’s Sprint Cup Series Autism Speaks 400, presented by Hershey’s Milk & Milkshakes, and last year’s Nationwide Series Heluva Good 200. Aric Almirola won the Camping World Truck Series Dover 200.
Last year’s spring race winners were:
Also, last fall, Danica Patrick made her NASCAR debut at the Monster Mile.
For more information or tickets - available for individual races or in a three-day package – visit www.DoverSpeedway.com.
About ResortQuest Delaware & Maryland
Since the early 1970s, ResortQuest Delaware has provided real estate sales, vacation rental and homeowner association management services to Sea Colony and other fine communities in Delaware's Quiet Resorts and the surrounding coastal areas. With offices in southern Delaware and Ocean City, Md., the company offers comprehensive vacation rental services to more than 840 vacation rental properties. ResortQuest is consistently the real estate market leader for listings, sales and listings sold in southeast Sussex County, according to the Sussex County Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service. Its homeowner association management division represents the needs of more than 3,700 homeowners in 47 associations from Lewes to Fenwick Island, Delaware.