As NASCAR returns to the Valley of the Sun for Phoenix Raceway’s annual spring event weekend (March 12-14), Phoenix Raceway will host a limited number of fans throughout the three-day event.
The reduced capacity follows enhanced safety protocols and procedures to provide a safe environment for fans, competitors, employees, and industry personnel.
All guests will be screened before entering the facility at staggered entry times and must wear face coverings. Multiple handwashing and hand-sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the operating areas and entrances, and a “clean team” of staff will disinfect common areas.
“We look forward to kicking off another 2021 NASCAR season at Phoenix Raceway this March, and while we wish we could host a capacity crowd, the health and safety of everyone remains our top priority,” said Phoenix Raceway President Julie Giese. “In similar fashion to this past November for the track’s first-ever NASCAR Championship Weekend, we plan to host a limited number of fans for this event. November was a tremendous success, and we look forward to executing another safe and successful event this March.”
As a result of the limitations, many guests will have their grandstand seats relocated to ensure social distancing. Also, due to the limited capacity, Phoenix Raceway will no longer accommodate some guests who have already purchased tickets for the spring event weekend. Season ticket holders will receive priority as part of this process.
For more information: phoenixraceway.com.