FOX Sports Bob Pockrass revealed that NASCAR drivers will be allowed to invite one partner to accompany them in the Talladega Superspeedway.
NASCAR have been taking positive steps towards bringing back fans in the race tracks. It has already organized eight Cup Series races since the season resumed after it was initially halted due to the pandemic outgrowth. While the first seven races were organized without fans, last race at Homestead-Miami allowed 1,000 spectators in the race tracks and today’s race at Talladega Superspeedway will allow 5,000 spectators.
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Furthermore, NASCAR is planning to allow up to 30,000 race fans in the stands for the All-Star Race on July 15.
Bob Pockrass tweeted that NASCAR drivers will be allowed to bring “one significant other” together with them for the race at Talladega.
NASCAR is allowing drivers to have one significant other to be with them at Talladega for the race. #nascar @NASCARONFOX
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) June 20, 2020
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