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ADA SERVICES OVERVIEW
With hordes of cars, trucks, RVs and other motor vehicles flooding into Dover for race weekend at Dover International Speedway, the track is set to provide a bevy of parking, transportation and seating options to its disabled patrons.
All around the track, disabled fans will find a number of parking options, each with a shuttle service that will transport them from the lot to the gates and back. This helps keep long walks and foot travel out of the equation to get you inside the walls of the Speedway and set to enjoy NASCAR action much quicker. Once inside, the Monster Mile provides plenty of wheelchair-accessible seating, which also includes a seat for one companion per disabled patron.
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Locations of the ADA parking lots can be seen on our facility map, and all patrons must have a disabled hang tag or license plate to access and park in them. Delaware law requires that the person with the disability to whom the plate or hang tag was issued must be the driver or passenger in the vehicle, and also must show their state-issued disabled parking photo identification card when attempting to enter the lot.
For patrons from Delaware and other states that are not issued a disabled parking photo identification card, the police will verify the state-issued plate or hang tag number, and request photo identification to match the name on the plate or hang tag.
Law enforcement will be monitoring the lot to insure that guests with disabilities receive the opportunity to park in the designated areas.
After parking in one of the facility’s disabled parking lots, disabled patrons, along with one companion, will be offered the option of having a golf cart shuttle transport them to the facility and back at designated pickup areas. Pickup areas are clearly marked in each disabled parking lot, and telephones are placed at each grandstand gate, where patrons can call extension 6756 to be picked up.
The shuttle begins Friday at noon, and Saturday and Sunday at 9 a.m., running until one hour after the end of the race. Transportation will cease from lap 150 on Saturday and lap 350 on Sunday, resuming approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of the race. This allows fans to exit and disperse, clearing the way for golf cart and shuttle pickups. Eligible riders will be limited to four trips per day, which will be kept track of via a wristband distributed upon arrival.
There will also be a free shuttle to the track for disabled patrons needing to be picked up from RV Lots No.8, 9 and 10. The shuttle runs from noon to 9 p.m. Friday; and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Pick-up will be at the ADA sign at the entrance to Lot No. 10. From the Speedway, the RV shuttle will pick up and drop off at Plaza Drive.
This information is available in your Fan Guide, and will also be distributed to disabled patrons when they arrive at a disabled parking lot.
ADA accessible seating is available for patrons with disabilities. See the chart below for further information. If you need to use an elevator instead of stairs, elevator access is available to row 31 of various sections in the outdoor grandstand and to certain sections in the air conditioned grandstand. If you are in need of wheelchair accessible seating, please call the ticket office at 800-441-RACE. There is seating for one companion next to the wheelchair space. All others must go to the closest available seating area.
New for Friday and Saturday events, both general admission and reserved seating is available in advance or at the ticket booth. For the Friday, Saturday and Sunday events, please refer to the chart below for best access:
To purchase wheelchair accessible seating call our ticket office at 800-441-RACE.