Fans to be allowed at Toledo Speedway

TOLEDO – Local races hungry for a taste of their favorite sport got good news on Thursday.

Toledo Speedway received permission from the state of Ohio to host racing events with spectators in the stands.

The track completes plans to host racing events with fans in the stands for three world-class racing events to wrap up the 2020 racing season. Grandstand ticketing is limited to 1,500. Standard admission to all events is $ 25 per person. The specified seats provide social distance and advance booking, and offer contactless purchasing.

Due to the limited race schedule and limited number of seats for each event, fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets as soon as possible. Advance ticket sales begin on Tuesday at 9 a.m.

For the safety and health of participants, spectators and employees, all participants must primarily follow the guidelines published on www.toledospeedway.com as an admission requirement.

The first date is September 12th, when Toledo will host the ARCA Menards Series. This series was on track three more times in 2020, but not with fans.

The spectator gates will open at 3 p.m. and the superspeedway-style stock cars will receive the green flag at 5 p.m. in a 200-lap race in three segments with planned pit stops during the breaks. The rainy date is Sunday, September 13th at 1 p.m.

Also on tap is Toledo’s signature event – the 32nd annual Glass City 200 on September 19th and the USAC Silver Crown Series on October 4th.

More details, including schedules for each event, will be announced shortly.

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