Nashville Superspeedway unveils All Access program Nashville Superspeedway unveils its All Access program for this weekend’s NASCAR Nationwide Series Nashville 300, giving fans an “unprecedented behind-the-scenes” look at the race, track officials say.
Nashville officials will provide access to the infield and other areas of the track to All Access ticket holders. Track officials say that the program should help return “some of the ‘grassroots’ elements that have made NASCAR so popular among motorsports fans.
“All Access will provide race fans with a prerace opportunity to access areas of the infield that have been restricted in the past, all of which was once commonplace in the sport of NASCAR,” Nashville Superspeedway Vice President and general manager Cliff Hawks said in a news release. “I feel very strongly that the Nationwide Series and the Camping World Series need new elements that will elevate interest and help each series reconnect with fans.”
Features of the program include prerace garage and pit-road access, access to the drivers meeting and frontstretch track access with cars staged for fans to have their picture taken with their favorite cars.
The track said drivers will walk down through the grandstands for driver introductions, with cars staged on the frontstretch for the command to start engines.
“All of these new elements are designed to give fans even more opportunity to connect with the sport and more value for their dollar,” Hawks said.
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