Watch NASCAR stars take the track for a day of NASCAR testing! One car from each active team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is slated to test at Homestead-Miami Speedway in preparation for competing in the Ford EcoBoost 400, where the Championship 4 drivers will battle for the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship on Sunday, November 19.
How much is admission?
Admission is free.
Where do I park?
General parking is available on 336th St and 137th Ave. Once parked, walk to Gate 4 for entry.
ADA parking may drive through Gate 4 and park under the Administration Building or in the infield on Main Street.
Which areas are open for fans?
Fans are invited to watch testing from the infield Pit Road Cabanas (tram transportation provided), Speedway Club (4th floor of Administration Building), as well as the main grandstands.
Where will the tram service be located?
A tram stop will be located on the inside of Gate 4. A tram MUST be taken to go to the infield (except ADA guests). Fans CANNOT walk in through the tunnel. A tram stop will be available in the infield for a ride back to the Gate 4 stop.
What time will testing be held?
The track will be open for testing from 12:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Please see below for a full schedule of events.
Will there be concessions available?
Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase in the Pit Road Cabanas above Garage #14. Water will also be available for purchase at the Gift Shop (Open from 10 AM - 3 PM) located in the Administration Building.
Which drivers will be in attendance*?
- Trevor Bayne
- Ryan Blaney
- Alex Bowman
- Kurt Busch
- Landon Cassill
- Denny Hamlin
- Drew Herring
- Jimmie Johnson
- Brad Keselowski
- Kyle Larson
- Martin Truex Jr.
*Drivers scheduled to appear subject to change without notice.
Schedule of Events:
Schedule subject to change without notice.
- 11:30 AM - Fan tram to the infield begins
- 11:30 AM - Speedway Club viewing opens
- 12:00 AM - Track time begins
- 7:00 PM - Track time ends
- 7:30 PM - Fan tram to infield ends
- 7:30 PM - Speedway Club viewing closes