What to do with your Atlanta or Miami-Homestead NASCAR race ticket

No NASCAR this weekend. Originally, Atlanta Motor Speedway had decided to run the Folds Of Honor QuickTrip 500 with no spectators in the stands, but then later made this statement:

"With the health and safety of fans, staff, competitors, race teams and media our top priority, NASCAR and Atlanta Motor Speedway postponed this weekend's race activities to a yet-to-be determined future date."

Ticketholders on file may use their March 13-15, 2020 tickets for the postponed event, choose to receive an event credit for the full amount paid plus an additional 20%, or choose to receive a full refund of their purchase price. The event credit can be applied toward any admissions, including, but not limited to, grandstand seating, infield tickets, camping, fan hospitality and pit passes. The 120% event credit can be used during the remaining 2020 or 2021 seasons for a NASCAR sanctioned event at any Speedway Motorsports owned track, subject to availability.

Fans are advised to hold their current tickets and are asked to complete an exchange request form at AtlantaMotorSpeedway.com to start the process. Ticket office representatives will follow up with fans within 2-3 weeks regarding the status of their request.

There are eight Speedway Motorsports tracks that host twelve NASCAR races each year:

Charlotte Motor Speedway

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Bristol Motor Speedway

Sonoma Raceway

Kentucky Speedway

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Texas Motor Speedway

Miami-Homestead Speedway has not yet posted their ticket exchange info. Please bookmark this page and I will update when information is received.

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