2008 Prelude to the Dream to benefit the Victory Junction Camp-KC
Nascar invades Tony Stewart's Eldora Speedway:
A supernova of racing talent will again descend upon the Field of Dreams that is Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio on June 4 when the dirt that made champions out of A.J. Foyt and Mario Andretti plays host to today’s racing stars at the fourth annual Old Spice Prelude to the Dream. And for those not lucky enough to grab a seat for the dirt late model race featuring over 25 world renowned drivers as they battle for dirt supremacy, HBO Pay-Per-View will present the event live to the entire nation. Proceeds from this telecast will support construction of Victory Junction Gang Camp II in Kansas City, as well as the Tony Stewart Foundation.
The all-star race will feature such racing icons as Tony Stewart, Kasey Kahne, Kyle Busch, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth, Mark Martin, Denny Hamlin, Bobby Labonte and more. All will pilot 2,300-pound dirt late model stock cars capable of putting out over 800 horsepower.
How to Order on Pay-Per-View All that is necessary to order the event is a digital cable box on your TV or satellite service. A subscription to HBO is not required. In most cases, you can order the pay-per-view starting a day before and continuing right up until race time on June 4th. Cable customers scroll through the PPV channels on your electronic program guide on Wed. June 4th at 7pm ET and look for “Auto Racing: Stewart/Gordon Race In Prelude/Dream.” If your cable system does not accept orders from your remote control, contact a Customer Service Representative.
DirecTV customers can find the event on channel 121 in Standard Definition and channel 98 in High Definition. Click here for more information about DirectTV ordering. Order it online or by remote on channel 121 for $24.95 for SD and order it online or by remote on channel 98 for $34.95 for HD.
DISH Network customers can find the event on channels 455/472 in Standard Definition and channel 539 in High Definition. Scroll through the programming guide for those channels for Wednesday, June 4th at 7pm ET, and look for “Auto Racing: Stewart/Gordon Race In Prelude/Dream.”
If you have any problems, contact a customer service representative anytime on Wed. June 4th to make sure your order is processed.
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