NASCAR fans will be able to enter the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina, for free on Jan. 23.
That is the date for the third Fan Appreciation Day in as many years. The day is highlighted by seven autograph sessions, each with drivers representing NASCAR’s three national series.
While admission to the Hall of Fame is free, fans must have a voucher for the autograph sessions. Vouchers will be available for free on NASCARHall.com starting at 10 a.m. ET on Saturday, Jan. 16. Each fan can claim up to two autograph session vouchers.
Here are the drivers attending each session:
Session One (9 a.m.): A.J. Allmendinger, Brandon Jones, Ben Rhodes.
Session Two (10 a.m.): Dale Earnhardt Jr., Erik Jones, Timothy Peters.
Session Three (11 a.m.): Kasey Kahne, Daniel Suárez, Ben Kennedy.
Session Four (12 p.m.): Brian Scott, Ryan Reed, Daniel Hemric.
Session Five (1:30 p.m.): Aric Almirola, Ty Dillon, Tyler Reddick.
Session Six (2:30 p.m.): Martin Truex Jr., Justin Allgaier, Christopher Bell.
Session Seven (3:30 p.m.): Chase Elliott, TBD NASCAR Xfinity Series driver, Matt Crafton.
There also will be autograph sessions and Q&A sessions with the current NASCAR Next class and the incoming class of Hall of Fame inductees Jerry Cook, Terry Labonte and Bruton Smith. A voucher is not needed for these sessions.
Fans will be among the first to see new exhibits and facility upgrades. Artifacts from all five Class of 2016 inductees will be on display in the Hall of Honor, which opens on Jan. 22.