Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 is officially sold out of reserved grandstand tickets, Charlotte Motor Speedway announced on Tuesday.
According to CMS, the NASCAR Cup Series’ longest race of the year is a must-see event for fans.
“For many fans, the Coca-Cola 600 is a bucket-list experience,” said Greg Walter, executive vice president and general manager of the iconic 1.5-mile superspeedway. “We’re thrilled to host a sellout crowd this year, with fans joining us from all 50 states and 12 foreign countries as far away as Australia. From A-list music acts at Circle K Speed Street to our patriotic pre-race salute to the U.S. Armed Forces, we promise to show our fans why there’s no better place to be than America’s Home for Racing on Memorial Day Weekend.”
Last year’s Coca-Cola 600 was allotted full capacity, and was able to attract roughly 50,000 fans, which at the time was the largest spectator event in North Carolina since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 will easily surpass that as the speedway is home to a 94,000-spectator seating capacity.
While seats are no longer available, Charlotte Motor Speedway says fans wanting to attend the 2022 Coca-Cola 600 can still get access to the race via standing-room only spots in the Turn 4 sun deck or by way of infield wristbands.
Select reserved seats in premium areas such as the frontstretch clubhouse also remain available.
Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway will mark the 14th race of the 2022 season. So far, the series has seen 11 different winners. Kurt Busch took the win in the last points-paying race, which took place at Kansas Speedway.
This past weekend, Ryan Blaney scored the win in the NASCAR All-Star Race, a non-points exhibition event at Texas Motor Speedway. Blaney has yet to score an official points-paying win this season.