Atlanta Motor Speedway will host two NASCAR Cup Series races in 2021 – the first time since 2010 that drivers will have two chances to claim victory at the iconic track. Atlanta’s second NASCAR Cup Series Race is the Quaker State 400 presented by Walmart on July 11, 2021. Don’t miss any of the action by experiencing all the thrills in person.
Head over to our tickets page to learn about the seating options available and to save your place in the virtual line.
We will do our best to seat you as close to your original/usual seats as possible.
Because tickets are limited, we cannot guarantee you will have a seat or ticket for the event(s). We strongly recommend placing a deposit for your tickets as soon as you can to better your chances.
We will begin the seating process on December 10 for the March 21st Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 and will notify fans via email when seats get placed into their account. This process could take until two weeks prior to the March event.
Atlanta Motor Speedway will evaluate potential capacity on an ongoing basis and make any necessary adjustments for the July 11th Quaker State 400 presented by Walmart with seating assignments occurring at a later date.
Your mobile tickets will be placed into your account a minimum of two weeks before the event. You can then look at your tickets to see where your seats are.
Your mobile tickets will be placed into your account a couple of weeks before the event. You can access your tickets on the official AMS app. Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to access your tickets.
Please be patient with us during this process.
Tailgating within your group is permitted, heck encouraged, however group tailgating is prohibited.
Atlanta Motor Speedway has instituted a clear bag policy in 2021. As always, please allow extra time to enter the gates if you are carrying a bag, as all bags are subject to search.
To comply with social distancing, coolers will not be allowed inside the facility. You can learn more about our COVID-19 protocols here.
You can bring your own food inside the facility in a clear bag no larger than 14x14x14.
Yes, there will be cashless merchandise haulers and souvenir stands. Locations will be released as the event gets closer.
Yes, concessions will be sold at our cashless concession stands. Locations will be released as the event gets closer.
Fans are required to wear a face mask upon entry & exit, in high traffic areas, and on the concourse. Fans can take off their face masks when they reach their socially distanced seating area.
Limited camping is available for the 2021 NASCAR weekends.
More information on our camping options and protocols can be found here.
Unfortunately, there will not be any garage, pit, or pre-race infield access available.
We would love to have the Fan Zone open, and if conditions warrant, we certainly will have it open, however we will continue to monitor CDC guidelines and will make our decision at a later date based on safety for everyone at the venue.
Because tickets for the 2021 NASCAR weekend will be completely mobile, there will be no Will Call. If you have questions or concerns about your tickets upon arrival, our ticket agents at the ticket booths will be available for assistance.
Our plan is to host fans for the doubleheader in March and the Xfinity race in July.
Unfortunately, Victory Lane will not be on the frontstretch. The TV networks may continue to conduct their post race interviews with the winner at the start-finish line.
Pre-Race activities are still TBD
Please contact your ticket representative for options.
We would love to have our bathhouses open for our campers, and if conditions warrant, we certainly will have them open. However, at this time they are closed, but we will continue to monitor CDC guidelines and make the best decision based on the safety of everyone at the venue.
We hope to allow infield camping, however, at this time it is still TBD.
With COVID-19 protocols in effect, Bootleggers will be open.
Suite tickets are available for purchase.
Club One tickets are available for purchase.
We will be working with NASCAR to bring our fans as many activities throughout the weekend as possible but at this time the hauler parade is TBD.
You can either get your deposit back as a refund or roll it over to 2022.
Yes. You may roll your credit over to 2022.
The seating priority deadline for 2020 ticketholders is December 18, 2020. After December 18, seating will be based on a first-come, first-served basis for any remaining seats.
We will roll the credit for your camping spot over for the 2022 NASCAR weekend.
AMS prohibits weapons of any type on property at all times regardless of permit.
All stadium seats or seat cushions must be smaller than 18 inches wide.
PlTune in to WSB 750AM/95.5FM for pre-race traffic reports. Fans are encouraged the study parking and directional information to help facilitate their entry and exit to the facility.
To ensure a positive experience for all guests, we ask pet owners to follow the policies listed below. Guests not adhering to these policies may be requested to board their pets immediately. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets and must dispose of their waste properly. Please be respectful of your neighbors' space. Excessive barking or aggressiveness is not permitted. Pets are not allowed in the garages, grandstands, or any restricted access areas. Service Animals: Service animals are welcome throughout the property but must remain leashed or harnessed at all times. Guests are required to bring their own pet waste disposal bags. Guests may request wheelchair seating to accommodate the service animals safely and comfortably.
Golf carts, ATVs, dirt bikes and other unlicensed personal vehicles may not be operated on AMS property. Skateboards are prohibited as well. Such vehicles may be impounded at the AMS impound lot located at the Operations Facility. AMS gladly allows single passenger motorized vehicles for the physically impaired.
Atlanta Motor Speedway welcomes certified, leashed service animals in accordance to the ADA title II and III Law