Atlanta Motor Speedway is planning to make the transition to cashless payments next year.
The 1.5-mile track located in Hampton has big plans for next season, highlighted by its getting to host a second NASCAR Cup Series race. Atlanta Motor Speedway plans to have at least a limited number of fans back for racing season next year and looks to enhance the experience in several ways, including making the payment process much smoother in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"We’ll certainly limit touch points," said Executive Vice President and General Manger Brandon Hutchison. "We’re going to go cashless at the concession stands and tickets will be mobile tickets. We’ll go touchless as much as we can… Other facilities and stadiums are doing it. It’s becoming more common at this point. So, by the time we get to Atlanta in March [for the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500], it’ll be a well-oiled machine for sure."