NASCAR weekend in Dover to be held without spectators

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DOVER, Del. – NASCAR officials announced on Monday that the August 21-23 weekend at Dover International Speedway will take place without fans due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.

The six races at the Monster Mile will move forward, however state officials did not approve the track’s request to host a limited number of fans, in the interest of public safety and health concerns.

Ticket holders have several options for their ticket funds, including a full refund or moving funds (including an extra 20 percent bonus) to Dover’s 2021 NASCAR weekend. Fans can go online to register their preference, or call 800-441-RACE to reach a ticket office representative to review their accounts and options.



Courtesy: WMDT-TV