No tickets for the general public will be made available for any of the races at Homestead-Miami Speedway next weekend.
Those admitted will not be allowed in the infield. They must undergo health screening before entering the facility, including a temperature check. They also will be required to wear a cloth mask and comply with other other preventive measures, including social distancing in the stands.
No tailgating will be allowed. Parking will be allowed in every other spot. Guests will be prohibited from bringing coolers. Limited menus will be available. No merchandise will be sold on site.
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Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez will allow up to 1,000 fans in the stands at Homestead-Miami Speedway next weekend. This would include the families of military personnel and first responders.
NASCAR nor the track has commented if they will allow access, or what health/safety precautions would be in place.
UPDATE: Miami-Dade County will allow up to 1,000 fans in the stands at Homestead-Miami Speedway next weekend.
This would include the families of military personnel and first responders, @MayorGimenez's office tells me.
NASCAR has yet to say if they will go ahead with the plan. https://t.co/TM9gffiaZo
— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) June 5, 2020