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COVID-19 Stock Car Experience Safety Procedures

We are excited to get you racing around the track and our experience partner has come up with a whole bunch of new safety procedures to keep you and the racing crew safe.

Helmets: Any time a helmet comes into contact with a customer it will be re-sanitized prior to issuing it to another customer. Every time! A Saniboxx helmet sanitizing system is used to sanitize 12 helmets at a time over an 8 minute process. All helmets will go thru this process whenever they go from any driver or if someone even tries the helmet on and it doesn't fit. Customers that have their own approved helmets and neck restraint systems are more than welcome to use them for our events.

: All headsocks have been laundered before each use.

Firesuits: The suits are laundered before every event. There will be a clean and sanitized suit rack and a used suit bin. Anytime a suit is worn it will go into the used pile and will not be put back into rotation until it has again been laundered. Participants are welcome to utilize their own fire-retardant suits as well.

Car Interiors: Cars wiped down and sanitized with a Zep product which is a disinfectant similar to Lysol. It will be on hand on pit road for your use as well.

Bucklers and Pit Road Staff: They will have gloves on and will be masked at any time they are assisting you into or out of a racecar. You will be asked that you have the helmet on and shield down prior to putting you into the racecar and buckling you up. Crew will show you how to go shield up while you are waiting in the car for your time to drive.

Customer gloves and masks: We strongly recommend that you bring your own masks and gloves to the racetrack.

Driver Orientation: Generally, there is plenty of space for everyone to socially distance during the orientation session. In the event the room is not large enough, the session will be conducted outside to comply with social distancing guidelines.

NecksGen: The experience will continue to use the NecksGen head and neck support, combined with containment seats and five point safety harnesses.