More To See At VIR With Expanded Spectator Areas

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – With a 1,300-acre footprint, VIRginia International Raceway is the largest property that the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship visits. This weekend’s Michelin GT Challenge at VIR is the first event open for spectator viewing and tent camping on the outside of the circuit (driver’s left, or across from track concessions) from the start/finish line all the way to turn 5. “There’s a ton of viewing areas at this track, much of it due to our topography,” said Mike Rose, VIR’s director of marketing. “It’s an easily navigable track, our spectator parking areas are inside the perimeter of the racetrack and you can pull up right on the fence line for great viewing right from your car.”. “It’s much, much more than a racetrack,” Rose said. While spectator amenities continue to evolve, what has stayed the same at VIR for nearly 70 years is the racetrack itself.

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