Austin Dillon hosted the walk. Among the changes:. Driver autographs. Drivers should pre-sign items whenever possible, carry their own Sharpie and hero cards should be the primary form for all autographs. Driver appearances. In addition, we have added an infectious disease specialist to our consulting physician group to provide technical assistance and to inform policy. In following with these discussions and guidance from this counsel, NASCAR is implementing several adjustments to race event operations effective this weekend at Atlanta and remaining in effect indefinitely.
Team haulers. Advance in-market driver appearances. Driver at track media availabilities. The informal rotations for all three series will be changed to press conferences on the riser in the media center. Full field driver availabilities during qualifying, infield care center driver availability and post-race bullpen will remain in effect, but with a 6-foot buffer in place. Atlanta Motor Speedway will provide additional hand-washing stations and hand sanitizer stations this weekend for fans.
The track will give fans individual hand sanitizers as they enter the stands. A track spokesperson said track officials encourage fans to practice good hygiene by washing hands regularly and using hand sanitizer. More than 1, people in the United States have been infected with the coronavirus. The World Health Organization defines pandemic as a worldwide spread of a new disease for which most people do not have immunity. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported on its site Wednesday t hat the state had six confirmed cases and 16 presumptive cases.
Pete interaction. The year-old Ragan will drive the No. The truck will be sponsored by Select Blinds. Even though he has stepped away from full-time racing, Ragan is still keeping busy, including moving into a development role with Ford Performance, where he assists teams with simulator work and is also part of the development team for the NextGen car that will debut in Ragan has over 30 combined Cup, Xfinity and Truck series starts at Richmond.
Richmond has always been one of my favorite tracks that we race at; hopefully, we can get the folks from Select Blinds another good finish this year and put on a good show for the fans. Follow JerryBonkowski. Jones, driver of the No. Jones returns to his home turf ranked fourth in the Xfinity point standings, 28 points behind series leader Harrison Burton.
Jones hopes the momentum from Phoenix carries over to Atlanta. With all the hard work he and his team have done in preparation for Atlanta, Jones is hoping to make it back-to-back wins. My heart just might explode. Levi Ronnie LaJoie showed up early last night. Powered by WordPress.