At the first race of 2017 season, fans able to take a test drive for what's to come in 2018
As Phoenix Raceway welcomes racing fans for the first time in 2017, the anticipation is growing for the track's modernization project. To harness the excitement during the Camping World 500 weekend, a New Phoenix Raceway Preview Center is giving fans an up-close-and-personal view of what's to come for the Phoenix Raceway Project Powered by DC Solar.
"This is a great way to showcase to all of our guests what the future holds," said Phoenix Raceway President Bryan R. Sperber. "From being able to sit down in the new chair-back seats coming to the grandstands, to the unique aspects of the project, you can see the excitement building for what everyone can expect to see in 2018."
Located on the DC Solar Power Pavilion (formerly Fan Midway) right along Turn 1, the New Phoenix Raceway Preview Center tells the story of what fans can expect once the project is completed in time for the fall NASCAR race in November 2018.
There is a bank of the new stadium-style, chair-back seating which will replace the metal bleachers throughout the existing seating bowl of the Allison Grandstand. The same seats will also populate the new grandstand, which will be constructed adjacent to the Allison Grandstand. Additionally, fans can learn more about the suites, including Club 64 - the marquee fan hospitality option, which is one of the many highlights of the project.
Club 64, an all-inclusive, lounge-style setting with a birds-eye view of the track, will open in time for the Can-Am 500 weekend this November. Packages for the Can-Am 500, which are available for individual ticket-buyers and small groups, are already on sale and can be reserved through Phoenix Raceway's website.
Fans can learn more about the Phoenix Raceway Project Powered by DC Solar and obtain news, updates and alerts by visiting www.phoenixraceway.com.
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