With a pre-race pit pass, fans can stroll the pit area and watch NASCAR's top drivers and crews as they prepare for and participate in the fastest qualifying session in NASCAR on Friday night, March 7. A Georgia Power Qualifying night and the American Commercial Lines 200 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series pre-race pit pass is just $75.
If being behind the scenes on Friday only isn't enough action, fans can be part of the pre-race action all weekend. The Friday-Sunday pre-race pit pass is just $125 and allows fans to see the spectacle of Georgia Power Qualifying and the American Commercial Lines 200 Craftsman Truck Series event, the Saturday March 8 Nicorette 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race and the Kobalt Tools 500 NASCAR SPRINT Cup race. A Sunday-only pre-race pit pass is available for only $100.
Like the Friday only pre-race pit pass, the three-day pass grants access to the pit area and garage entrance until one hour prior to the event.
Fans must be at least 14-years-old and have appropriate attire in accordance with NASCAR issued guidelines to enter the pit area. No shorts, skirts, sleeveless shirts or open-toed shoes are permitted in the pit area at anytime.
Pre-race pit passes are not good for gate admittance and must be accompanied by a grandstand ticket. Quantities are limited so fans are encouraged to reserve their pass in advance.
To purchase tickets and pre-race pit passes to the Kobalt Tools 500, fans can call 877-9-AMS-TIX (877-926-7849), or 770-946-4211.