NASCAR will reward their most loyal supporters at the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Saturday, February 1. NASCAR's Hall of Fame will open their doors free of charge - for the first time since the 2010 opening - as apart of NASCAR's Fan Appreciation Day. It will be a day full of special events including autograph and Q&A sessions with modern day drivers and NASCAR Hall of Famers.
“Our sport is unique in many ways, starting with our fans – the most loyal fans in all of sports,” said NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France. “Any successes we have start with our fans, which is why we always look for opportunities to ‘give back.’
“NASCAR Fan Appreciation Day is one of those opportunities, with the added benefit of building excitement for the upcoming Daytona 500 thanks to the combination of current and past NASCAR stars coming together.”
There will be more than 20 NASCAR national touring series drivers on scheduled to interact with fans including Denny Hamlin, Greg Biffle, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. The will be joined by multiple Hall of Famers, including 2014 inductees Jack Ingram and Dale Jarrett.
Fans will have free access to the NASCAR Hall of Fame on a first-come, first-served basis. However, fans will need to purchase free tickets for the driver autograph sessions in advance from NASCARHall.com. Fans will also find schedules and details about NASCAR Fan Appreciation day on NASCARHall.com
This event will also allow NASCAR fans to see the revamped Glory Road; new Gen-6 racing simulators; a Champions exhibit honoring the 2013 champions. Fans will also be one of the first to see the new Hall of Honor exhibit featuring artifacts from the Class of 2014, opening Thursday Jan, 30.
You can visit NASCARHall.com for more information about NASCAR's Fan Appreciation Day and the Class of 2014 Inductees.