Announced on Monday, the track will welcome a limited number of fans throughout the spring on the weekend of the three-day NASCAR race from March 12th to 14th.
The capacity reduction is due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which follows enhanced safety protocols and procedures to provide a safe environment for fans, competitors, employees, and industry players.
The Phoenix decision means that the 2021 season will begin with the attendance of four limited fans out of the first five race weekends. Las Vegas Motor Speedway has not yet announced its attendance policy.
Julie Gyze, president of Phoenix Raceway, said: “We are looking forward to the 2021 NASCAR season at the Phoenix Raceway in March this year.
“Like this November’s first NASCAR Championship weekend, the event will have a limited number of fans. November was a huge success. In March of this year, it was safe and successful. I’m looking forward to another event. “
Due to seating restrictions, many guests move their seats on the grandstand to ensure social distance between groups.
Also, due to limited capacity, the truck will not be able to accommodate some guests who have already purchased weekend tickets for spring events. As part of this process, season ticket owners are prioritized.
Hillside seats will also be available at Cup Series events on Sunday. The campsite will open on March 8th and the camp will continue to be available. All campers are pre-screened upon entry and are required to park in the same direction on the right side of each campsite. All campgrounds are limited to a maximum of 6 guests per spot. ..
Limited attendance on weekends of Phoenix’s Spring NASCAR race
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