Dear Infield Guest:
I wanted to reach out to you as soon as possible to let you know that, although we worked very hard to find a partner that could help us provide you with an infield convenience store for this year’s Auto Club 400 Weekend, we were unfortunately unable to secure one this year.
As I mentioned last year, the infield convenience store is an amenity that we try to offer our infield guests each year. We have always worked with our partners to come up with something that works for the vendor, the track and our fans. That didn’t happen this year.
Providing you with experiences and amenities that you can enjoy and add to your race weekend experience is always something we strive for. And although we are unable to provide you with a store, we will be creating a town center of sorts called ‘The Infield Hub’ which will include a variety of offerings.
We will keep you up to date on details via email and at www.autoclubspeedway.com/camping. Be sure to stock up at your local market or visit nearby stores including Albertsons, Vons, Stater Bros, Wal-Mart, WinCo and Food 4 Less.
As always, we will continue to work to make your experience at Auto Club Speedway a memorable one.
Know that you can still expect the popular Pedal Party on the backstretch, concerts, bike sales, repairs, and accessories, maybe a driver appearance or two and many other activities.
See you at the races!
Auto Club Speedway President
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