Last month, Daytona International Speedway, Darlington Speedway & Kansas Speedway announced that they will allow full grandstand capacity for upcoming races this summer and fall.
“The fans are the lifeblood of NASCAR and the reason we race week in and week out. Their presence at the track creates the aura and energy this sport thrives upon,” said Daytona President Frank Kelleher. “Even with a limited capacity at the DAYTONA 500 the atmosphere was palpable, so we look forward to welcoming back all of our fans for what will be an electrifying environment filled with dramatic and unpredictable racing action.”
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NASCAR-owned tracks Martinsville, Richmond, Talladega, Michigan, Phoenix, Daytona announce they will fully open grandstands and campgrounds for their races later this year.
— Bob Pockrass (@bobpockrass) June 2, 2021
Even more good news: Several NASCAR tracks just announced they'll allow full capacity. Michigan summer race, Richmond playoff race, Talladega playoff race, Martinsville semifinal race and Phoenix championship race. Plus Daytona says they're opening full campgrounds for August.
— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) June 2, 2021