Here are the things a single person can bring:
Cameras are OK as long as they're either held over the shoulder, or on a belt. No camera bags.
Kids are welcomed, and there are free wristbands available to write the kid's name, adult's name and place to meet, in case they get separated. Visit guest services or an info center to pick some up.
There is special seating for the disabled that can be requested ahead of time by calling 866.761.7223. This seating is available for people in wheelchairs, as well as people with service animals.
There are plenty of other services to assist people with disabilities in getting around, but all of these services are first-come, first-served. Get there ahead of time to stand in line or have a family member stand in line at an info booth in order to request whatever asistance may be needed. As usual, remember that services may take a bit or be delayed if there's a lot of demand for them or if they have to be put on hold for safety concerns.
There are souvenirs stores all throughout the area. To skip the wait, shop online at 1-800-pitshop.com.
There's help available on-site. Contact the nearest staff member to request some.
Guest services operates a lost and found. Visit or call (386.881.6530) to report lost stuff or inquire about its whereabouts. The office opens normally around 9 AM Eastern Time, and closes usually 1 hour after a race is done.
These things are never allowed:
Of course, nothing illegal is ever permitted either.
There's room for 167,785 guests.
Yes, there are tours. Call 877.306.RACE (7223) to find out when, how, how much, and other information.