Important Message to Our FansShare
To Our Valued Guests –
On behalf of everyone at Michigan International Speedway, our thoughts are with you and your families, and we hope that you are all safe during this unprecedented time.
This week, the entire NASCAR industry worked together to make the decision to postpone all race events through May 3 for the safety and well-being of our fans, competitors, officials and everyone associated with our sport. We are working with public health officials, the larger industry and NASCAR as we continue to monitor this dynamic situation and any impact it might have on future scheduling of events.
MIS and the NASCAR community stands aligned together with health workers, first responders and public health officials as we come together to get through this difficult time as a nation. We encourage you follow the precautionary measures recommended by the CDC and World Health Organization to keep yourself, family and friends safe.
Thank you for being such great fans of Michigan International Speedway and NASCAR. Your passion and dedication continues to be unmatched in the sports world.
Wishing you all well,
President, Michigan International Speedway
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