CHARLOTTE, NC- NASCAR Hall of Fame is ready to welcome visitors to the race viewing party. The NASCAR Cup Series will be back on the big screen with three upcoming races.
The NASCAR Cup Series is back in town. The series will make its debut with Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course on Sunday, August 15. The race series for the Big Machine Vodka 400 will be showcased at the High Octane Theater at 1 PM. The series continues with Bristol Motor Speedway on September 18 and Martinsville Speedway on October 31.
Charlotteans who want to watch the race on a 64-foot-wide curved projection screen equipped with surround sound that make spectators feel like they are in the middle of road course, can purchase the admission tickets in advance. General admission tickets start from $10 and can be purchased online on nascarhall.com or by calling 888-902-6463. The ticket is free for NASCAR Hall of Fame Members. Food and drink will be available at Theater for purchase.
NASCAR Hall of Fame is now opening the theater back to full capacity. Face coverings are no longer required to be worn at the Hall for fully vaccinated guests but are strongly encouraged for visitors who are not fully vaccinated.
Cleaning and safety measures are implemented rigorously with the crew's increase frequency of cleaning on high-touch areas such as elevator buttons and stair handrails. Disinfectant sprayers will also be used in the Theater and racing simulators. NASCAR also provides dozens of hand sanitizer stations installed throughout the building. All of the doors in the NASCAR Hall of Fame are equipped with foot claws for hands-free use.
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