Everything we know about NASCAR's fan attendance policies for races in 2021 season

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Almost all of NASCAR’s earliest races in 2021 will run with limited fans. As the pandemic rages on, individual tracks have reduced seating capacity, beginning with the season-opening Daytona 500. NASCAR has also already reconfigured its schedule once. Here’s what we know about which tracks are hosting fans: ——— Daytona 500 — Limited fans Daytona International Speedway announced in December that attendance would be limited for NASCAR’s main event on Feb. 14 and all Speedweeks races that precede the 500, including the Clash, Duels and the Trucks and Xfinity races. The Daytona s…

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