Chicagoland Speedway today announced the Illinois Treasurer’s I-Cash program as the title sponsor for Sprint Cup qualifying on Friday, Sept. 18. I-Cash Pole Qualifying features a series of three knockout rounds of qualifying with Sprint Cup drivers battling to start on the front row in the first race for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

The Illinois Treasurer’s I-Cash program connects state residents with their recovered cash, stocks and other properties. The Illinois Treasurer is currently safeguarding more than 2 billion dollars in cash, which needs to be returned to its rightful owners. Assets are recovered by the Illinois Treasurer’s Office from banks, insurers, utility companies or other institutions across the country after being dormant for at least two years.

“Our goal is to reunite every dollar with its rightful owner through the I-Cash program,” said Illinois Treasurer Michael Frerichs. ”I hope that every Illinois resident will take a moment to search In fact, one in four residents discovers property to claim when they search our online database. The Chicagoland Speedway Sprint Cup qualifying is a much-anticipated event for thousands of Illinois residents,” Frerichs continued, “and we look forward to returning property to all of the race fans who have cash or assets to claim.” 

“The I-Cash program is a tremendous resource for the residents of Illinois, and is a tool I would encourage all of our eligible race fans to utilize,” said Scott Paddock, President of Chicagoland Speedway. “We’re looking forward to giving the Illinois Treasurer’s I-Cash program the platform it deserves this September with a thrilling round of qualifying.”

It's easy for Illinois residents to discover if they have assets waiting for them, with a basic three-step process:

  1. Visit
  2. Enter your name in the online search field
  3. If it's a match, fill out and submit the online claim form

Within weeks, residents are reconnected with their cash or assets, allowing them to enter the next exciting phase of discovery – discovering how to use their findings.

Tickets for Friday, September 18 I-Cash Pole Qualifying and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race,  or any other race can be purchased online at, by calling 888-629-RACE, through the Chicagoland Speedway mobile app,  or by visiting the Chicagoland Speedway Administrative office Monday-Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm.


The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup weekend at Chicagoland Speedway, Sept. 18-20, will begin with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race under the lights on Friday night. On Saturday, Sept. 19, the NASCAR XFINITY Series will hit the track as the precursor to Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series showdown, the first race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. In addition to the racing action, fans can enjoy live musical entertainment, Champions Park, tailgating and more. Tickets start at just $25 with kids tickets (12 and under) $25 OFF, and parking is always free at Chicagoland Speedway.

The complete 2015 NASCAR schedule at Chicagoland Speedway is as follows:

Date                             Event

Father’s Day Weekend

Saturday, June 20         NASCAR XFINITY Series & ARCA Racing Series


Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup

Friday, Sept. 18            I-Cash Pole Qualifying and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Saturday, Sept. 19        NASCAR XFINITY Series Race

Sunday, Sept. 20          NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

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Chicagoland Speedway & Route 66 Raceway
Chicagoland Speedway is a 1.5-mile, paved oval race track located in Joliet, Ill.  The track has hosted racing events of the major U.S. racing series, and currently conducts races in all three NASCAR national series, including the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, the NASCAR XFINITY Series, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.   Along with Route 66 Raceway, a multimillion-dollar complex that includes a ¼ mile stadium-style drag strip and a ½ mile dirt oval track, Chicagoland Speedway is wholly-owned by International Speedway Corporation (ISC), a major promoter of motorsports activities.  ISC owns and/or operates 13 of the nation’s major racing venues, including Daytona International Speedway. For more information on Chicagoland Speedway, visit


Illinois Treasurer

The Illinois Treasurer is the state’s Chief Investment Officer and Frerichs is a Certified Public Finance Officer. He protects consumers by encouraging savings plans for college or trade school, increasing financial education among all ages, and removing barriers to a secured retirement. As the state’s Chief Investment Officer, he actively manages approximately $25 billion. Currently, the portfolio includes $13 billion in state funds, $7 billion in college savings plans and $5 billion on behalf of local and state governments. The investment approach is cautious to ensure the preservation of principal and returns $28 to the state for every $1 spent in operations. The Treasurer’s office predates Illinois’ incorporation in 1818. Voters in 1848 chose to make it an elected office.


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