There are a few things BMS asks you to avoid doing on the property.
There's also a no smoking policy in effect for the grandstand, terrace, suite, and restroom areas at BMS. Smoking is still allowed on the concourse area.
BMS strives to accomodate disabled patrons. There's disabled parking in Lots A, B, and C with the purchase of wheelchair accessible viewing tickets. Please be aware that law requires the person to whom the permit is issued be in the car when it's used, and this law is enforced at BMS. Per state law, you'll need the placard, state-issued documentation, and a photo ID.
To purchase wheelchair accessible viewing tickets, call 423.989.6931.
The BMS events department requires advance notice to assist with guests who use state-issued handicap placards. Find the 2012 Accessible Needs Parking Permit application on their website.
The Fan Assistance Patrol helps physically challenged guests with complimentary transportation to and from these parking lots. Enter lots A, B, and C via the South Entrance (Hwy. 11E).
There are several guest services locations, both inside and outside.
Here are the interior locations:
There are a few things that it's best to leave at home when you visit the speedway.
The venue can accomodate 160,000 guests.
Smoking is only allowed in the concourse area, and not in grandstand, terrace, or suite seating areas.
Unless there's a major dragway event happening, there are tours daily. They start at the Speedway World Gift Shop on the first floor of the O. Bruton Smith building (right off Hwy. 11E/Volunteer Pkwy.). They start on the hour from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Eastern Monday through Saturday. On Sundays, tours start at 1:00 p.m. and run until 4:00 p.m. Eastern.