The safety and well-being of fans, competitors and staff is our top priority at Charlotte Motor Speedway. 

The following COVID-19 safety protocols will be in effect or the Coca-Cola 600 race weekend May 28-30, 2021: 

  • Charlotte Motor Speedway will have a reduced seating capacity for this event. All seating locations will be assigned using social distancing guidelines. Seat locations are TBD and will be assigned at a later date. Notifications will be sent to an account holders email address once seat assignments and tickets are available.
  • All tickets, parking passes & camping passes will be delivered digitally. Please refer to Mobile Ticket Instructions. We encourage you to download the CMS App and connect your ticket account as soon as possible. Once your tickets, camping & parking are ready you can easily access them via your account.
  • All guests must wear a face mask at all times, unless actively eating or drinking. Including while sitting in their designated seating area.
  • Social distancing will be required among groups of fans in the grandstands & individually in concession lines & restrooms.
  • All guests will be required to submit to a health screening prior to entering the ticket gates.
  • All concessions & souvenirs stands will accept credit/debit cards or Apple Pay transactions only. No cash will be accepted at any concession or souvenir location.
  • To comply with safety guidelines, coolers will not be allowed for this event. Unopened food & drinks are allowed (no glass), but must be in a clear bag no larger than 14x14x14 inches. Please see Prohibited List below for more information.
  • Due to COVID-19 protocols, only RV camping will be allowed (No Tent Camping). Camping arrival times may also be modified and are TBD at this time. Camping specific information will be published to www.charlottemotorspeedway.comand will be sent directly to campers as event information is finalized.
  • All guests must adhere to any requirements set forth by state and local officials

*All fan safety protocols are subject to change based on state and local government requirements.