Talladega Superspeedway offers fresh look at future Garage Experience

Talladega Superspeedway offers fresh look at future Garage Experience
NASCAR fans will be able to interact with drivers and crews in the new Talladega Garage Experience opening in October. (Talladega Superspeedway)

If you want “up close and personal” access to the best drivers in NASCAR, then the Talladega Garage Experience at Talladega Superspeedway may be exactly what you need.

Track officials unveiled Monday morning a fly-through video and pictures of the VIP fan experience, which will be constructed between the April race and the October race.

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When completed, fans inside the Talladega Garage Experience will have:

  • “Locker room” access to NASCAR’s top drivers and crews inside a new infield garage bay.
  • Open Air Social Club featuring a bar, a large 41-foot diagonal video screen, lounge chairs and tables.
  • Celebration Plaza featuring victory lane.
  • Watch Zone featuring a 40-foot-by-80-foot video board, a Kids Zone, a beer garden and plenty of seating.
  • Free WiFi.
  • Enhanced concession stands, restroom complexes and guest services.

Admission to the VIP fan experience for the fall race went on sale Monday morning. Advance-priced admissions for adults for Sunday in the Talladega Garage Experience are $89. There are also special advance-priced offers for the Talladega Garage Experience for children 12 and younger ($39 for Sunday), military members and first responders ($60 for Sunday). Full weekend options are available as well. Each Talladega Garage Experience pass must accompany a grandstand or infield admission ticket for that day’s on-track event.

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The Talladega Garage Experience is one of several projects under construction as part of the Talladega Superspeedway’s $50 million infield Transformation project. A new Finish Line Premium RV area, infield shower trailers and a new, oversized two-lane vehicle tunnel are scheduled to be complete in time for next month’s NASCAR race.

To learn more about the Transformation project, visit www.talladegasuperspeedway.com/transformation.

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