Last Sunday I traveled to Atlanta Motor Speedway to try out our VIP Racing Experience First Hand for the First Time. I am not a huge NASCAR fan but enjoy the occasional race here and there. It was a Rainy day at the Speedway south of the City Atlanta and that did not ruin the experience at all.
You start the day at the NASCAR credential trailer to get your official Hot Pass from the staff and you receive your full access to the entire pits and garages at the race of your choice. There is no better access available to a race like this. Our Race Team partner takes care of you with Hauler Hospitality including lunch included in your package. You can walk through the garages before the race and see some of your favorite drivers and view inspections happening on the cars and walk down pit road and view the start/finish line and more with plenty of time to see everything you need to see before the race begins.
When the driver introductions begin you get easy access to see every driver get introduced in the infield of the front stretch then get escorted out on to pit road for the grid walk and national anthem where you get a picture with one of the team’s drivers and get to watch the national anthem from pit road which is incredible.
Then the best part is when the race starts you get access to the team’s pit stall(s) for the race where you can watch the race on the screens on the pit box and see pit stops first hand and see a NASCAR Race like never before. You have full access when the race goes “hot” which means you have full access to the pits and garages during the race.
The whole experience is something that any race fan should do at least once in their life. You get access that Sponsors usually pay tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars per race for all for a reasonable Experience rate and get to experience the race like a big time VIP Sponsor.
If you have any questions about our VIP Racing Experiences contact us. We also have Packages available for every Truck Series Race this year.
Below is a gallery of Photos and Videos from My Experience at the Atlanta Race.