Circuit of the Americas to Host Xfinity and Truck Races Along with NASCAR Cup Series Race in 2021

October 25, 2020 3:00 pm

In 2021, the NASCAR paddock will visit the Circuit of the Americas for the very first time. However, it is worth noting that the track is not exclusive to the Cup Series teams. Instead, the Truck, the Xfinity, and the Cup teams will all have a crack at the new venue.

The COTA NASCAR weekend will be a three-day affair, from May 21st until the 23rd. For reserved customers, the package includes reserved seating tickets for access to all three race days at COTA. In addition to that, adult spectators have to pay between $125 and $275, while children below the age of 12 can get tickets for $10.

When is the optimal time to buy tickets for the NASCAR races at COTA?

In terms of general admission tickets, the three-day weekend package includes access to all areas on all three days. On this occasion, adults can buy tickets for $99, while children’s tickets are available for $10.

Sep 27, 2020; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; NASCAR Cup Series driver Kevin Harvick (4) leads driver Jimmie Johnson (48) during the South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

According to the website, one of the best times to buy tickets is during the NASCAR playoffs. This is because the fans can save around 20% on adult weekend packages.

However, they have to hurry because the offer only lasts until November 8, 11:59 PM, when the final race of the 2020 season at Phoenix concludes.

Unfortunately, the general package is different from reserved seat tickets. General admission tickets only apply when fans have to access the grounds. All tickets will be mobile tickets.

There are also options for single-day tickets as well. However, those tickets are not on sale yet, and will only be on the market from February 1, 2021, onwards.

In the run-up to the race weekend at COTA next year, the drivers are helping build the hype. The likes of Chase Briscoe, Kurt Busch, Daniel Hemric, Joey Logano, and Tony Stewart previewed the race weekend. Needless to say, they are all excited, and the rest of their contemporaries will be keen to tackle the track for the first time.

Dhruv George

Dhruv George is an author for the Formula One and NASCAR division of EssentiallySports. He is a life-long F1 and MotoGP fan, developing a liking for McLaren and Carlos Sainz Jr, and recently began to follow NASCAR. He graduated from Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai, with a PG Diploma in Journalism and now lives in Trivandrum.

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