As racing fans gear up for the big NASCAR triple-header race weekend March 7 - March 9, 2008, Atlanta Motor Speedway and Levy Restaurants, the official restaurant partner for Atlanta Motor Speedway, are putting out a call for entries to find the best Brunswick Stew in all of the Atlanta area.

Brunswick Stew, the famous Southern tomato-based stew made with a variety of chicken, pork, corn, butter beans and more, is being introduced for the first time at Atlanta Motor Speedway, and Levy Restaurants Executive Chef Lamar Nolden has created his own delicious signature recipe for the track.

To celebrate the addition of Brunswick Stew to the menu at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Levy Restaurants is holding a contest to find and recognize the best of the best Brunswick Stew in the Atlanta area. Local Brunswick Stew experts are encouraged to submit their recipes to Levy Restaurants, and five finalists will be selected to make their stew on the afternoon of Friday, March 7 at Atlanta Motor Speedway as racing weekend officially kicks off.

Finalists' stew will be judged on the infield of the track by Levy Restaurants Executive Chef Lamar Nolden, Atlanta Motor Speedway President Ed Clark, and additional judges to be determined. The winner will receive an official Atlanta Motor Speedway/Levy Restaurants chef coat and two Club One seat tickets for the Kobalt Tools 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Race on Sunday, March 9. Club One is the most upscale public suite of AMS, with theatre-style seating in a refined setting, including a "Sight and Sound" rooftop viewing deck. The pair of Club One Sunday passes is worth an estimated value of $1,190.

How to Enter

Interested Brunswick Stew experts can e-mail their recipe and contact information to, or by mailing their recipe and contact information to:

Levy Restaurants - Brunswick Stew
Atlanta Motor Speedway
1500 Highways 19 & 41
Hampton, GA 30228

Recipes must be submitted on or before Monday, February 25, 2008. Finalists will be notified of selection by phone, so a valid phone number must be provided. Finalists must also be able to be present at Atlanta Motor Speedway the afternoon of Friday, March 7 to participate in the contest, and be able to prepare the recipe to feed a minimum of ten (10) individuals for judging.