This is a photo of Joey Logano waving to the fans during the parade lap

Driver Parade Lap going through the Infield


The Infield Campground at Michigan International Speedway will host 40 special guests moments before the green flag waves for the FireKeepers Casino 400 on June 18. For the first time in NASCAR history, the driver parade lap will make its way through the Infield Campground as part of pre-race festivities.  

“One of the greatest elements in NASCAR is the accessibility of the drivers to the fans, and this is another great opportunity for us to bring the drivers closer just minutes before they take the green flag,” track president Rick Brenner said. “Between the added entertainment and now the driver parade lap, the infield is going to be the go-to campground for our guests.”

The parade lap will begin at the pre-race stage at the start/finish line on the frontstretch. The trucks will continue around the track and will get close to the inside wall on the backstretch. The trucks will take a sharp left turn into the infield in Turn 3, then the drivers will continue through the infield before exiting in Turn 4. Fans are invited to line the route to cheer on their favorite driver up close.

Limited campsites remain in the Infield Campground starting at $200. You can camp all week for one price in our other campgrounds starting at $165. Visit to get your campsite.

Tickets for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race start at $35. Race fans who purchase early will have the best prices and the best seats. Children 12 and under are free on Fridays and Saturdays. On Sundays, tickets for children 12 and under start at $15.  Children 12 and under can attend three days of NASCAR action for just $15, ensuring families a weekend of fun at affordable prices.

Fans can also take advantage of any of our special offers. You can get a free round of golf from Treetops, free food or have a special meet and greet with either Richard Petty, Jimmie Johnson or Danica Patrick. Call 800-354-1010 or visit to purchase today!

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