Phoenix Raceway To Host Limited Fans For NASCAR Championship Weekend

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Phoenix Raceway will host a limited number of fans for the NASCAR Championship Weekend set for November 6-8, in accordance with guidance and approvals from local officials as well as enhanced safety protocols.

“While we wish we could have a full house with the greatest fans in motorsports, the health and safety of everyone is our top priority and we are excited that we can still share this NASCAR Championship Weekend experience with many in a safe environment,” said Phoenix Raceway President Julie Giese. “The entire Phoenix Raceway team has been looking forward to hosting the track’s first-ever championship weekend since it was announced in March of last year and we’re thrilled to be able to welcome fans all three days to share in this monumental event for our venue, our community and the entire state of Arizona.”

In addition to maintaining strict adherence to the CDC-recommended six-foot social distancing throughout the venue, all guests will be screened prior to entering the gates, including a non-contact temperature check, and guests ages 3 and up will be required to bring and wear mandatory face coverings. Multiple handwashing and hand sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the operating areas and entrances, and a “clean team” of staff, clearly identified for guests, will be cleaning or disinfecting at all times. More information can be found at phoenixraceway.com/protocols.

The INfield Experience will be unavailable, while other fan hospitality options such as Legends and Dos Equis Curve will operate at a reduced capacity. Camping will still be available.  

For more information, including ticketing information, visit here.

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