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The Buschy McBusch Race 400 at Kansas Speedway next month (May 2) will have fans in the stands.
According to a track release, the NASCAR Cup Series contest will have a “limited number” of spectators in the stands. It will be the first time that the speedway has allowed fans since the onset 0f the COVID-19 health pandemic.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event on May 1 will also have a limited attendance as well.
“We are thrilled to welcome fans back to Kansas Speedway for a safe, exciting race weekend just as we did last October,” Kansas Speedway President Pat Warren said in a news release. “We have worked with great cooperation from state and local officials to ensure a safe event for our fans, competitors and the entire industry as we look forward to kicking off our 20th anniversary season next month.”
To keep in alignment with COVID protocols, multiple hand washing stations will be placed throughout the facility and all spectators will be required to wear masks and be screened.
In addition, camping and fan infield access will be prohibited.
Kansas did not specify in its release how many fans would be allowed at the track.