Wednesday saw Kansas Speedway announce “up to 10,000” NASCAR fans will be able to attend its Oct. 18 Cup playoff race.
Eight Cup races remain in the season with Saturday’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway closing out the first round of the playoffs (7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN).
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, not all tracks are allowing fans to attend.
Here are the fan policies for the remainder of the Cup Series playoffs.
Bristol Motor Speedway (Saturday)
Roughly 30,000 fans are expected. The track sold out its ticket availability. Fans will also be allowed for the Xfinity race.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Sept. 27)
The track announced Sept. 18 that no fans will be permitted for any of its races.
Talladega Superspeedway (Oct. 4)
Charlotte Roval (Oct. 11)
A limited number of fans will be allowed at each of its races Oct. 10-11.
Kansas Speedway (Oct. 18)
Limited number of fans.
Texas Motor Speedway (Oct. 25)
50% of capacity permitted.
Martinsville Speedway (Nov. 1)
To be determined.
Phoenix Raceway – Championship race (Nov. 8)