NORTHEAST: Pocono Raceway Lifts Restrictions on Re-Entry Policy

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Pocono Raceway will let fans re-enter track again in 2017 (Adam Glanzman/Getty Images North America photo).

LONG POND, Pa. — Effective with the 2017 season, Pocono Raceway has lifted most of the restrictions on its re-entry policy.

Guests enjoying Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and Verizon IndyCar Series racing can leave the raceway for any reason, at any time and return, as long as two simple procedures are followed.

Prior to leaving any of the gates, guests will need to follow these two easy steps. First, obtain a re-entry pass. Re-entry passes are distributed at all grandstand gates by the Gate Supervisor (in a red shirt) and is needed to re-enter the facility.

Second, before leaving the ticketing gates, for the safety of our fans, coolers will need to be left at Pocono Raceway branded Information/ADA tents at Gate 8, Gate 11 or in the Infield Paddock. In addition, coolers can be stored at the First Time Fan Booth in Fan Fair. At any of those four locations, you will be given a Cooler Claim Ticket to retrieve your cooler upon your return.

If you prefer to shop first without lugging around your cooler, you can get your cooler whenever it is convenient for you. Just remember, guests will only be allowed to enter the raceway with a cooler one time each day in order to reduce the time fans spend in cooler inspection lines.

Our re-entry policy was created with safety of our guests as a priority. Newly added security measures ensure those efforts will continue while enhancing our guests’ race day experience.

CREDIT: Pocono Raceway

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