Fans coming to Sunday's AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway have multiple ways to enhance their experience for NASCAR night racing's return to AMS.
There are plenty of unique opportunities for fans to get up close to the action before the green flag falls, making the Biggest Labor Day Party in the USA even bigger.
Pre-Race Pit Passes
Fans can immerse themselves in the electricity of the time before the AdvoCare 500 with pre-race pit passes, which may be added to any grandstand ticket or infield wristband for $100 each.
Pre-race pit passes enable fans to get a behind-the-scenes view of the pit area as teams prepare pit stalls for the race and roll cars out onto the starting grid. Pit passes may be purchased at any ticket window or at the pit pass/stagefront trailer in the Fan Zone located near Gate 15.
Billy Currington will get fans rocking for the race with the Fast Cars & Guitars Pre-Race Concert Presented by Bad Boy Buggies, and fans can be stagefront for just $49.
Pre-race party passes, which may be added to any ticket or infield wristband, are available at any ticket window or at the pit pass/stagefront trailer in the Fan Zone by Gate 15.
This access will give fans the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be stagefront to see both Billy Currington and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver introductions.
Within a few hours of the AdvoCare 500, race fans have the chance to find out what is going through the minds of some of NASCAR's top drivers during Q&A sessions.
Sunday's driver Q&As are highlighted by appearances at the Fan Zone's Coca-Cola Fan Stage by Austin Dillon at 3:45 p.m., Paul Menard at 4:00 p.m., Denny Hamlin at 4:20 p.m., and Carl Edwards at 5 p.m.
At the Bad Boy Buggies display in Fan Zone, Clint Bowyer will sign autographs at 3:15 p.m. followed by Jamie McMurray at 4 p.m.
Also, Brian Vickers will interact with fans at 4:45 p.m. at the Aaron's Fan Zone display.
A full listing of all fan activities may be found at http://www.atlantamotorspeedway.com/weekendschedule/
Upgrade To Suites
Any grandstand ticket can be upgraded to suite access prior to Sunday's race with suite tickets starting as low as $149 per person, making it easy for fans to enjoy the race from a climate-controlled atmosphere.
Any AdvoCare 500 grandstand ticket may be upgraded to suite access at the Atlanta Motor Speedway ticket office.
The Elliott Suite, located above turn three, is the only suite allowing fans to bring their own food and drinks into a suite and is priced at $149 per person.
Club One offers fans an all-inclusive experience for the AdvoCare 500. A Club One ticket includes theatre-style seating, gourmet food offerings, a full offering of beverages, parking with a golf cart shuttle escort and access to a rooftop observation deck. Sunday Club One tickets are $545 per person.
The comforts of a suite positioned above Atlanta Motor Speedway's frontstretch are also available in the Champions Suite. Tickets for the Champions Suite include food, beverages, a souvenir program and parking.