The Coke Zero 400 will be happening on Saturday, August 28th at Daytona International Speedway and the stands will be at full capacity. The Speedway announced that there won’t be any restrictions on the amount of fans attending the race. The Coke Zero 400 was run last year in front of 25% capacity and this year’s Daytona 500 only had 21,000 fans in the stands. Daytona President Frank Kelleher said in a statement, “The fans are the lifeblood of NASCAR and the reason we race week in and week out. Their presence at the track creates the aura and energy this sport thrives upon.”
Masks aren’t required outside or in the grandstands, but people with access to the suite of club level you will have to wear a mask.
We are excited to announce that the #CokeZeroSugar400 weekend will feature fully opened fronstretch seating, with no restrictions on the number of fans allowed.— Daytona International Speedway (@DAYTONA) May 7, 2021
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2020’s Coke Zero 400