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Coke Zero Racefest kick starts Ford Championship week

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Coke Zero Racefest kicks off Ford Championship week at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood on Thursday, November 19, 2009.

The free event will give fans an exclusive chance to see their favorite Ford drivers in action including Greg Biffle, Bill Elliott, Matt Kenseth and David Ragan.

This year the Coke Zero Racefest is giving car enthusiasts the opportunity to see classic Mustangs from the Ft. Lauderdale Mustang Club, and also test-drive a new 2011 Ford Fiesta.

Coke Zero Racefest is the centerpiece of a weeklong schedule of NASCAR-themed concerts, festivals, parties, fund-raisers, and special events at a variety of locations throughout South Florida. These events culminate with Ford Championship Weekend, November 20-22, the season finales for all three NASCAR series.

Fans who haven't purchased their tickets for Ford Championship Weekend can do so at Coke Zero Racefest or online at www.thechampionshiptrack.com.

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