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There are ATMs throughout the facility.
There are reserved camping sites on the premises for various events.
A small soft-drink cooler is allowed, provided it's smaller than 14" x 14" x14". It needs to fit under your grandstand seat. Coolers with handles and wheels aren't allowed. You're allowed to bring in ice.
Small backpacks, such as ones worn to school, are allowed.
Handheld cameras, scanners, headsets, and binoculars are allowed.
Admission rules change day-to-day. Typically, on Fridays and Saturdays, children accompanied by a paying adult are allowed into the unreserved grandstand area, free of charge.
On Sundays, everyone, regardless of age must have a ticket, although there are different prices for children.
There are free child-safety wrist bracelets available at the main ticket office, Speedway Security Office, and Raceway Ministry locations.
There are many concession stands on the premises that remain open until the race concludes for the day.
Martinsville Speedway is fully ADA-compliant, and provides numerous accessible features. The office can be reached at 276.956.7200 for questions or concerns. Be aware that the Speedway covers several hundred acres. If stamina or mobility is an issue, consider a walker or a wheelchair.
All accessible spaces are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. An authorized state-issued placard or plate is required, and the person to whom it is issued needs to be in the car. Make sure to hang the placard so information is visible.
Accessible areas fill up quickly, so please keep that in mind. There are free shuttles from the parking area to the grandstands, but expect delays during peak hours.
There are accessible seats with space for companions in the South Terrace, South Annex, and Bill France Tower.
Disabled Assistance Carts:
The Martinsville Speedway has a fleet of disability assistance carts to aid guests in moving about the property. Typically, they transfer guests from four areas:
After the race, carts will transport people from the grandstands to Disabled Guest Parking. You can find the pickup stations near the Gates for Turns 1- 4, and the Main Ticket Office. Carts can also be dispatched for special circumstances by contacting a staff member at one of these locations.
The Speedway welcomes service animals, but requires them to be leashed or harnessed at all times. Please bring the necessary items to dispose of your animal's waste.
There's an entire pavilion dedicated to fan merchandise from both Martinsville Speedway and NASCAR Sprint Cup competitors.
Additional concessions are located throughout the grandstand area.
Find first aid or ambulances across the street from security, under the front stretch grandstand. You can also stop a team member or notify a law enforcement officer.
On race days, gates open at 9:00 a.m. Eastern time.
The Guest Information Center is located in the Disabled Guests parking lot behind Turns 1 and 2. There, you can find out about track activities, amenities, access disabled assistance carts, get directions, and more.
There's also the Fan Assistance Text service to help with medical emergencies, unruly fans, broken seats, or other issues.
You can seek out lost items at the Speedway security office, next to the main ticket office. If you've lost touch with a member of your party, contact a team member or law enforcement officer.
There are a few things that are better left at home. Remember, none of the following may be brought in or left near the gate area.
You'll need a hand stamp and ticket stub to re-enter Martinsville Speedway.
There's space for 65,000 fans.
Find the security office next to the main ticket office.
Will call is available. You'll need your photo ID. If the actual account holder cannot be there, arrangements must be made in advance.