PREVIEW - CALIFORNIA SPEEDWAY...
Including Driver's Appearances, Ticket Prices, Schedule, Facility Info, What to do, ETC.
9300 Cherry Avenue Fontana, CA 92335
Telephone (909) 428-9300 Fax (909) 429-5199
Toll-Free Telephone (800) 944-7223
Traffic updates & live cameras.16 to 20 cameras in the Fontana Area.
95.1 FM for real time traffic updates and tips for easy entrance into the facility.
Guests Without A Parking Pass
General spectators who do not possess a color-coded parking pass for Sunday of a NASCAR weekend.
Etiwanda Parking Lot (directions below)
From the North:
I-15 South to 4th St. Exit
4th St. Eastbound and follow the signs to General Parking
From the South:
I-15 North to I-10 East, Exit Etiwanda Ave.
Northbound on Etiwanda Avenue and follow signs to General Parking
From the East:
I-10 West to Etiwanda Ave.
Northbound on Etiwanda Avenue and follow signs to General Parking
From the West:
I-10 East to Etiwanda Avenue
Northbound on Etiwanda Avenue and follow signs to General Parking
THE PARKING PASSES ARE COLOR CODED SO GO HERE AND READ ABOUT YOUR ROUTE!
FROM TERI H Traffic: Traffic leaving the track after a cup race can be hectic. Traffic in and out of the race has improved since they implemented the parking passes. It's not as bad as Vegas (the worst) or Phoenix (almost as bad as Vegas as far as leaving the race).
Metrolink 2015 directly to the Speedway
Forget about driving to the race, take the train - FOR FREE! Ride the Auto Club 400 Express to Auto Club Speedway's Metrolink stop conveniently located just outside the track's backstretch. From there passengers will board a free tram taking them to the entrance gates. Metrolink tickets must be reserved in advance from Auto Club Speedway. The free train ride will be offered to a limited number of race fans with the support of Clean Transportation Funding from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC). After the limited number of free tickets are depleted, race fans will be able to purchase the discounted $19 round trip train tickets. ROUTES AND MORE
There are three main tram stop locations outside the oval:
West Tram Stop: Located outside Turn 4 at the southeast corner of parking Lot 11. This stop serves those guests that need to access the West (Even) sectioned grandstands or access through the tunnel.
East Tram Stop: Located outside Turn 1 at the southwest corner of parking Lot 7. This stop serves those guests that need to access the East (Odd) sectioned grandstands or Chalet Village.
Metrolink/North Tram Stop: Located on the north side (backstretch) of the facility. This tram stop serves Metrolink guests as well as those that have parked in the north parking lots such as Lots 8 and 10, as well as portions of Lots 7 and 9.
Guest Express Trams are also located in the Infield to assist our guests In the Infield camping area. Remember, for guests’ safety, Infield camping area trams never run past daylight. Please check posted signs for current times.
FROM TERI H Trams: If you're on the Eastern side of the track, take the Midway tram located in parking lot 4 instead of the Back Straight tram located across from it in lot 7 (if you want to get to the main gate quicker.) The Midway tram also makes 3-4 stops at the front of the track. If you want to go all the way around the back property and get dumped outside of turn 4, then take the Back Straight tram. NOTE: A really cool thing to do is wait for the truck race to start and THEN take the Back Straight tram. You can see the trucks going by you at 180 while you're going 35 down the back stretch. Very cool experience! Sadly there will be no truck race in Cali in 2010.
TRAFFIC INFO - YA'LL WILL NEED THIS!!!!!!!!!!!
980 AND 1070 AM
When we went to the California Speedway something happened to us that has never happened in our collective century of chasin' racin'.
The Speedway ran out of parking!
They parked us in the infield and then herded us like cattle out of the infield into our $135.00 concourse seats. Everything below goes out the window when it's race day. They had closed the first 4 exits we came to coming from south of the track. They sent us at least 4 exits past the speedway, then wrapped us back around from behind the Tram stop, funneled us thru speedway parking into the infield. I even called Frankie on my cell cause it was the weirdest thing that has ever happened to us trying to park on any Speedway property. Also not one single house across the street from the speedway parked fans in their yards...
New Parking Plan - all ticketed guests will have a parking pass to enter the speedway property. The color of the parking pass corresponds with the entry gate and the designated parking lot. Each pass offers a suggested route, with a printed map, for freeway and surface streets to the track. More Info
PLEASE GO TO THE SPEEDWAY WEBSITE AND LOOK AT THE ABOVE LINK....OF COURSE ALL THAT GOES OUT THE WINDOW WHEN THEY RUN OUT OF PARKING.
They parked us in the infield and we had a grandstand ticket! NEVER in all the years have I've been going racing has a speedway run out of parking!
BLACK FLAG FROM LIZ: My family and I went to the Fontana race for Labor day weekend. What a fiasco!! We have been going to this track for six years and now we will never return. Our "preferred" parking lot has been hacked in two to make way for the new "Opportunity, Fan Zone". There was not one trash can in the parking lot. The closest bathrooms (only about 10 for a lot that holds at least 300 cars) were over 100 yards away. We arrived at 7:00 am to set up (the lot doesn't open until then). Normally, we tailgate, shop, tailgate, shop......until the race starts. When we got there, we discovered that the new "fan zone" doesn't open until noon. We watched so many dissappointed people taking trams or walking (at least a mile) from the outer parking lots only to be turned away. By the time we got in to shop, we couldn't even find the trailers we wanted to visit. Also, a lot of them weren't even there. They have created a maze. Maybe to get you lost, hot and tired so you will buy one of their $5 lemonades.
The vendors we did find and talk to, said that they hate the new set up. It costs more for them to come in and one said that their sales were down by 50%. The new track management said it is trying to attract the Hollywood crowd. That must be why they put in the big new restaurant, Wolfgang Puck's Apex. Who wants to pay $12 for a hamburger.
I emailed public relations as soon as I got home and got a response after about 2 weeks. One comment that stood out was "our commitment is to race fans attending the event". This along with the rest of the response leads me to believe that they want tailgaiting out. They want everyone in their new "fan zone" buying their food and drinks. It is easy to understand that they want to sell their product but how can a family of four afford to buy drinks at $5 each and $12 hamburgers after they already shelled out $600 for the race tickets. Some of the solutions they offered me were, opening the gates a little earlier so we could have bathroom access. Here is a good one, opening the track for a free event on Thursday night so that we could shop the vendors. Like none of us have to work on Friday or take our kids to school.
FROM TERI H. Parking Helpful Hint: When buying tickets from the speedway over the phone, you can request what lot you want to park in. You have to have a free parking pass in order to park in your designated lot on Cup race day. Park in almost any lot on Nationwide race day. All of the speedway lots are paved, but there's a few strips of grass for tailgating. If you want to get a patch of grass next to your parking space to set up your canopy, you'd bettter be there within the first hour of the gates opening.
My, my, my the concessions at this place were different. No Bar B Q but they have Carne Asada which people have tried to tell me is Bar B Que. It's not. Wine coolers were being sold. Mexican & Thai food that we couldn't pronounce but Jimmy had to buy. So there we were a big ole Bubba & Bubbate eatin' Thai food and sipping our wine coolers. HMMMMMMM! That being said let me say that high prices reigned here as it does at most tracks. WARM, small bottles of water were 3 bucks.
No independent vendors anywhere we looked. The track apparel concessions were the normal high price. One thing I noticed that was cool, was that they had a hauler that sold Bobby Allison, Dick Trickle and a few other older drivers shirts. Maybe I haven't noticed it before because I don't usually go to the corporate vendors haulers.
There is a serious lack of rest rooms. I was waiting in line at the restroom right down from my $135.00 seat and decided to walk down and find the next one. Well folks, I walked from section 119 until section 140 without seeing another restroom. When I finally got in the rest room there were only 9 stalls and 2 sinks! Do the owners not realize that only 2 sinks backs up the line as much as only 9 stalls in a women's room? If that is all the plumbing you can afford for gosh sakes do what Humpy does and add port-o-potties along the fence! When we left I went in every restroom I found from our seats at roughly the start finish line, to the end of the grandstands in turn 4 and only found 5 restrooms that had 9 stalls in each. The Rock & Darlington's high dollar seats have bathrooms close that have at least 50 stalls and 25 sinks! After the race when we went to the ground level there was this BIG brick building that was a bathroom with a hundred stalls. Of course NO WHERE on the high dollar concourse level where we were did it have a sign to tell you about this bathroom.
FROM TERI H. Bathrooms: Ladies, if you have to go during the race and you're up in the grandstands, make your way down to the main level. There are very large restrooms on the main level. And there is now an escalator to boot to help you (for part of the way) get back to your seat. You'll won't believe the lines for the restrooms in the grandstands!
I called this speedway at least 5 times before we left to make sure what was what. Every time I explained we were from the east and had did many races at traditional tracks but we would be coming to CA speedway for the first time. At no time did anyone tell me some things they should have. For example: While we were trying to get in the gate (after being made to park in the infield because they ran out of parking places) they told Jimmy "no aluminum cans". Now, there I was with my regulation 6x6x12 cooler filled with what, aluminum cans. I was not a happy camper. However, because the speedway was in a panic due to the running out of parking places they weren't checking coolers! Now what I found interesting is that a few rows in front of us were some guys drinking out of long neck BOTTLES, GLASS bottles. I know 'cause I went and asked.
ALL INFO FROM HERE DOWN FROM SPEEDWAY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
TICKET PRICES 2015
TICKET DEALS 2015
We will again be offering HUGE military discounts. 50% off tickets *
If you have questions or would like to request that your base be added to the list, please contact Auto Club Speedway at:
Phone: (888) 849-RACE (7223)
FAN HOSPITALITIES 2015
BUDWEISER BLOCK PARTY SUNDAY 129.00 SATURDAY 99.00
Located in the middle of the FanZone – At the heart of the action!
Party Area includes:
Reserved Seat, Rows 15-23*, Auto Club 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race
Pre Race Pit Pass **
Access to Bud Block Party Hospitality Chalet
Kevin Harvick Appearance, Appearance by the Bud Girls
Buffet, (4) Drink tickets - Coke and Dasani products
Cash Bar, Closed Circuit TVs
A chance to win Gatorade Victory Lane Passes, Parking
CALIFORNIA SPEEDWAY 2014 NASCAR SCHEDULE
FRIDAY, MARCH 21
8:30 a.m.Parking Lots Open 11:30 a.m.FanZone Gates Open to Ticket Holders* 12:00 p.m. NSCS Practice 1:40 p.m. NNS Practice 3:00 p.m. NNS Final Practice 4:40 p.m. NSCS Qualifying
SATURDAY, MARCH 22
7:00 a.m.Parking Lots Open 9:00 a.m.FanZone Gates Open to Ticket Holders* 9:30 a.m. NSCS Practice 10:35 a.m. NNS Qualifying 12:30 p.m. NSCS Final Practice 1:30 p.m. NNS Driver Introductions - Security Clears Pit Road 2:00 p.m. NNS 300 Race
SUNDAY, MARCH 23
5:00 a.m.Parking Lots Open 7:00 a.m.FanZone Gates Open to Ticket Holders 11:25 a.m. NSCS Driver Introductions - Security Clears Pit Road 12:00 p.m. Auto Club 400 NSCS Race
WHAT TO DO RACING STUFF FIRST
Appearances are posted from a week before race day up until a few days before. Many times there isn't advanced notice, go by the souvenir haulers and look for the signs.
(Go on Friday that is when they give out the tickets you need)
Reed Sorenson tries to visit his souvenir trailer at the race track each weekend to sign autographs. Be sure to stop by the trailer and check for times.
Friday, March 20, 2015
Saturday, March 21, 2015-
Sunday, March 22
DRIVERS APPEARANCES IN THE FONTANA AREA: CLICK HERE
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Hauler Parade -Thursday, March 19, 2015
Quakes Stadium (LoanMart Field) located at 8408 Rochester Ave., Rancho Cucamonga. Fans are encouraged to stop by, snap a “selfie” with their favorite drivers’ hauler, and watch the parade begin.
Along the route, Bass Pro Shops will be one of the prime viewing areas for fans to enjoy special vendors, driver and team merchandise haulers including Dale Jr., Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick, Jeff Gordon and entertainment.
At the parade’s finish line, celebrate the haulers return with the Speedway’s Official Craft Brewer, Hangar 24, who will host a beer-tasting celebration in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Fan Zone. Stop by and check out their delicious, handcrafted beer. You might even run into a driver or two. The Hanger 24 party goes from 5-7 p.m. and is open to the public.
The convoy will travel along a six-mile route from Quakes Baseball Stadium (LoanMart Field).
North on Rochester
East on Church St. to Day Creek Blvd.
South on Day Creek Blvd. to Victoria Gardens Ln.
East on Victoria Gardens Ln. to Baseline Rd.
East on Baseline Rd. to Cherry Ave.
South on Cherry Ave. to Auto Club Speedway
There will be three prime viewing areas for fans to enjoy the annual parade.
Quakes Baseball Stadium (LoanMart Field), 8408 Rochester Ave., Rancho Cucamonga
Bass Pro Shops, 7777 Victoria Gardens Ln., Rancho Cucamonga
Auto Club Speedway, along Cherry Ave, Fontana as well as in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Fan Zone at Auto Club Speedway.
PRE-RACE CONCERTS 2015
Warrant performing pop metal hits at this year’s pre-race concert on the O’Reilly Auto Parts Main Stage at 10:15 AM on Sunday, March 22, just before the Auto Club 400 gets under way.
Entertainment Schedule 2015
Saturday, March 21
8:00 a.m. Jared James Nichols performance (Fan Zone main stage)
9:00 a.m. Lucha Libre Wrestling Exhibition (Viva La Fiesta – near sections 50-60)
9:00 a.m. Metal Mulisha Freestyle Motocross (east of Fan Zone main stage)
9:30 a.m. Sheyna Gee performance (Fan Zone main stage)
10:30 a.m. Mariachi performance (Viva La Fiesta Stage - near sections 50-60)
10:40 a.m. Metal Mulisha Freestyle Motocross (east of Fan Zone main stage)
11:00 a.m. Mex-Zeppelin performance (Fan Zone main stage)
11:15 a.m. Lucha Libre Wrestling Exhibition (Viva La Fiesta near sections 50-60)
12:00 p.m. Metal Mulisha Freestyle Motocross (east of Fan Zone main stage)
Sunday, March 22
8:35 a.m. Metal Mulisha Freestyle Motocross (east of Fan Zone main stage)
8:45 a.m. El Dasa performance on the Fan Zone main stage
9:00 a.m. Lefty's Kids Club Story Time with AJ Allmendinger (Lefty’s Fun Zone)
9:15 a.m. Lucha Libre Wrestling Exhibition (Viva La Fiesta – near sections 50-60)
9:50 a.m. Metal Mulisha Freestyle Motocross (east of Fan Zone main stage)
10:15 a.m. Warrant performance on the Fan Zone main stage
10:30 a.m. Mariachi performance (Viva La Fiesta Stage – near sections 50-60)
11:00 a.m. Lucha Libre Wrestling Exhibition (Viva La Fiesta near sections 50-60)
11:10 a.m. Metal Mulisha Freestyle Motocross (east of Fan Zone main stage)
The Opportunity, California FanZone
The Opportunity, California FanZone is open to ticket holders throughout the race weekend, and includes something for everyone. Music fans can discover the latest hits from some hot new bands, There are also interactive displays and souvenir rigs, great food and beverages, and the Speedway’s on-site café, Apex by Wolfgang Puck. MORE
Raceway Ministries California Fontana
No idea where at California Speedway they are located...I can not find the info anywhere. I think they are located in the infield by the Kids Zone.
Richard Petty Driving Experience
Reservations are required and fans can call 1-800-BE-PETTY (800-237-3889) to secure a seat inside a 600-horse power NASCAR style stock car OR VISIT THEIR WEBSITE www.1800bepetty.com. The event will be the first track activity under the brand new lights at the speedway.
Pomona Raceway Pomona, CA 1/2 mi Dirt Semi-Banked Oval 909.593.7010
Directions: I-10 Exit 45. North on White Ave 0.4 miles. Left into Fairplex, then follow signs to Gate 17. Formerly Known as: Los Angeles Fairplex
THEY HAVE CAMPING HERE! Directions: I-215 north out of San Bernadino to the Palm/Kendall exit. Southwest on Palm Ave. 1.7 miles then right (north) 0.8 miles. (Follow signs to OHVP). Raceway is on the right.
Directions: I-10 to I-215 north. Exit on Orange Show Rd, east then immediate left (north) on E St. Speedway is 0.3 miles on the right. Pit entrance is on 'E' St at Gate 10, Parking is on Mill Street at Gate 4.
Saturday Racing from APR to OCT - Pro-4 Stocks, Sport Compacts, Sport Trucks, Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Pony Stocks, Lady Pure Stocks,
Misc Facts: All Seats have backs. Former football stadium has great sightlines. Ron Hornaday, Rick Carelli, Parnelli Jones, Bill Elliot, Rick Mears, Sterling Martin, Butch Gilliland have all raced here.
THEY HAVE CAMPING HERE! Directions: I-215, south of Riverside, to Pomona Expressway. East 2.5 miles. Left (north) on Center. Speedway is on the right at Lake Perris Fairgrounds.
Saturday Racing from FEB to NOV
SCRA Sprints, Lightning Sprints, Dwarfs, Dirt Late Models, Street Stocks,
Irwindale Speedway - Located in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley, less than 25 minutes from down-town Los Angeles ... Irwindale Speedway is directly adjacent to the 605 Freeway and easily accessible from anywhere in Southern California. The facility is located at 500 Speedway Drive at the 605 Freeway in nearby Irwindale. Fans arriving from the South need to take the Live Oak West off-ramp West one block back over the freeway to the main entrance. Arrivals from the north will exit to the west on Arrow Highway and then turn left at the second light (Live Oak) for a short half-block trip to the main gates.
In the spring of 2006 the Speed Stage was located in the infield, inside Turn 4 Tunnel at California Speedway.
Speed Road Tour AUTO CLUB 500 EVENTS
THURSDAY, Feb. 23rd: 3pm - 7pm
Living Spaces Furniture
12649 Foothill Blvd, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739
OTHER STUFF TO DO
Castle Amusement park, located near Tyler Avenue and the 91 Freeway, is on a 25-acre site filled with rides, games, arcades, and highlighted by four 18-hole championship miniature golf courses
Scandia Amusement Park 6.3 miles Time: 10 minutes
1155 South Wanamaker Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761 (909) 390-3092
Jensen-Alvarado Ranch: Historic ranch completely restored to portray rural life. You will find cattle, sheep, chickens, rabbits, a duck pond and goats. There are citrus groves, peach, apricot and plum orchards, and a grape vineyard. Observe plowing with horses and general farm life by those dressed in period clothing. The Winery Museum and Gift Corner are open 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekends. 4350 Briggs St.. (909) 369-6055
Jurupa Mountains Cultural Center: Earth science museum, horticulture information, and Saturday field trips. Museum open 1:00-4:00 p.m.. Tuesday through Saturday. Don't miss the dinosaurs! 7621 Granite Hill Dr. (909) 685-5818.
March Field Air Museum: Exhibits depicting the history of March Air Force Base, plus 53 vintage aircraft and memorabilia dating from World War I to the present. The museum is open 10 am - 4pm daily (10-5 weekends in Summer Months). Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Interstate 215 at Van Buren Boulevard. March Air Force Base. (909) 697-6602.
Mission Inn: The Mission Inn which now fills an entire block began as the Glenwood Cottages. a family run hotel. In 1876 the C.C. Miller family began taking paying guests into their Riverside home. When the first large construction, the Mission Wing, opened in 1903 the hotel was renamed Glenwood Mission Inn. 3649 Mission Inn Avenue. (909) 784-0300
Mount Rubidoux: Walk to the top of Riverside's most historic landform and site of the nation's first outdoor interdenominational Easter Sunrise Service in 1909. Overlooking the Downtown, from this vantage point it's obvious there is lots to see and do here.
UCR Botanic Gardens: Escape the routine and take a peaceful break amidst birds, bees, blossoms and butterflies by visiting the UCR Botanic Gardens, 39 acres of flowers, trees, woods, and gardens. There are hiking trails. beautiful spots for picnics, and perfect places just to sit and meditate. A gentle pathway for wheelchair access winds through the main features of the gardens. Twice a year, the Gardens hold their very popular Plant Sale. Open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. Admission and parking are free. (909) 787-4650.
Or how about a visit to Ronald Reagan Presidential Library? This library and museum features a full scale replica of the Oval Office, a recreated White House state dinner, constantly changing temporary exhibits, and numerous videos. The L.A. Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the United States. This zoo features more than 1,200 reptiles, mammals, and birds. The zoo also offers animal shows, a play park for children, picnic areas, and beautifully landscaped gardens.
Amf Arrowhead Lanes (909) 889-0355
299 West Orange Show Road, San Bernardino, CA 92408
Deer Park Nudist Resort (909) 880-0803
1924 Glen Helen Road, San Bernardino, CA 92407
Silver Q Billards (909) 886-0690
1120 East Highland Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92404
Monday—Thursday of race week can go to the Speedway’s Administration Building from 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. During the remainder of race week and weekend, the Will Call location is the West Ticket Booth at Gate 14. For both weekends the will call booth will open from 7:00 a.m.—until the end of on-track activities or 4:30 p.m., whichever comes first. On Sundays, the location will open at 7:00 a.m. for the Auto Club 500 and 11:00 a.m. for the Pop Secret 500 and remain open until the half-way point of each race.
WHAT YOU CAN BRING INTO CALIFORNIA SPEEDWAY
One soft side bag / cooler, no larger than 6 X 6 X 12 inches. The soft side insulated cooler may contain ice. Examples include: a soft side insulated cooler, a scanner bag, a fanny pack, a purse, a diaper bag, or a binocular bag, etc.
This one bag may be carried in any manner, i.e. by handle, with shoulder straps, on a belt, etc.
One clear plastic bag, no larger than 18 X 18 X 4 inches. To accommodate samples received and purchases made after fans have parked their cars.
Binoculars, scanners, headsets, cameras, not in a bag, worn separately over the neck or on the belt and seat cushions carried separately are also allowed.
Seat cushion bags with compartments will be reviewed on an individual basis.
All items brought through a grandstand gate will be inspected.
NOT ALLOWED Glass, aluminum and metal containers
SO WHAT THE HECK DO YOU PUT IN YOUR STUPID 6X6X12 COOLER?
FANS WITH DISABILITIES
A DMV-approved handicap-parking pass is required for parking in specially marked spaces. Several handicap parking spaces are available in Lot 1; Terrace Suite handicap parking is adjacent to the infield water tower for those with infield vehicle credentials. NOTE: The person for whom the disabled parking permit has been issued must be present. Proof of DMV registration for permit may be required.
Guests With Disabilities
Tickets can be purchased in advance or on race day (subject to availability). Each disabled guest may be accompanied by one attendant/companion, with seating provided. Ushers can provide assistance and direct guests to the top row and front row of the grandstands. Concessionaires will be available to assist guests with beverage needs.
Elevators: Disabled guests are encouraged to use the two center elevators located in the Race Control Tower at Section 1. Elevators are also available in the East and West Towers. Lines may occur, so please allow enough time to be seated.Ramps: There are two ramps in the main grandstand, one located near Section 79 to the top of the grandstands; a second at the far east end of the grandstands to the Terrace Level.
Transportation: The speedway has handicap accessible trams that operate throughout race weekends. Roving Guest Services Ambassadors, on golf carts, can assist with transportation. Information Booth Ambassadors can also dispatch specially prepared disability transports to various locations throughout the facility. Please note that demand at peak times can create delays, so please allow enough time to be transported and seated.
ABOUT SPEEDWAY TAILGATING
Guests who would like to tailgate are encouraged to use grass areas around the parking lots. Guests may only use the area directly in front of or behind their vehicle for tailgating, taking into account that they may not prohibit the flow of traffic. Guests will not be allowed to use an additional parking space for tailgating. No open campfires or barrel fires in the parking areas.
IF YOUR VEHICLE IS TOWED....
Vehicles that are towed are subject to a minimum recovery fee of $180. If your vehicle has been towed, please contact the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department at 909-988-6571 or Eagle Towing at 909-355-9282. (CVC 22658). sentance: Larger vehicles may require additional towing and recovery fee. See race weekend section in the guide for specific parking details.
Lost And Found
Lost items, children or parents can be taken to, or claimed at, the Lost and Found Tents/Information Booths. For oval events, these locations will be at Gates 13 (At the base of the centere elevator tower) and 50 (The main entrance to the Infield Camping area). Following the event, all unclaimed items will be held at the administration building for 30 days. Guests who have lost an item may stop by or call 909-429-5000 to inquire about a lost item. After 30 days, items will be donated to a local charity
Parents should take advantage of this special program by signing up their children (primarily for those 12 and under) at a Guest Services Information Booth. Children will receive a wristband, and by recording the family’s seating location and/or reserved infield site, our staff can assist in reuniting parents with any child who might become separated. Please see the nearest Information Booth for Child ID Wristbands. Also,
wristbands are available for any guest that may need one during the course of the weekend.
• A convenience store, stocked with much needed food and personal supplies is located in the infield, in the center of the back straight parallel to camping row 5. Hours will differ per weekend,check store for hours.
• Raceway Ministries’ Family Activities Center is open with various activities throughout the weekend. They are located by the Kids Playzone.
• Quiet hours are from midnight – 6:00 a.m.
• California Speedway’s Kids Playzone is open from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Showers are available in the Infield and are open from 6:00 a.m. – midnight. Other shower areas
*staging times 5 a.m. (Thurs.)
*staging locations Gate 3, Lot 8
*move-in times 8 a.m. (Thurs.)
not much on line but there is a number to call. Click here
California Speedway’s Infield RV Reserved section is SOLD OUT. A camping wristband is required for everyone over 12 years of age. A camping wristband will also allow access to the General Admission areas of the infield for the NASCAR Races.
Infield vehicles will enter through Gate 3 and be staged in Lot 8. Vehicles will not be allowed to exit and re-enter the infield throughout the weekend. Additional or tow vehicles may be parked overnight in the designated exterior lots (Lot 7 and 8). California Speedway reserves the right to load in vehicles out of order to accommodate time restrictions. Please be patient as it is our goal to get all RV guests in the Infield as soon as possible. This will allow RV’s to be placed in the Infield quicker, allowing guests the opportunity to get into their spaces smoothly
Ontario Fan Fest -Fall race
at Ontario Convention Center 2000 E. Convention Center Way Ontario, CA 91764. In addition to a meet & greet with NASCAR drivers, the free event includes live music, a Kids Zone, and silent auction to benefit worthy charities. MORE INFO