For the first time in two years, fans will be allowed back to the Michigan International Speedway. MIS will be opening its facilities to full capacity for the NASCAR FireKeepers Casion 400 race on August 20th through the 22nd, according to WILX.

The president of the speedway, Rick Brenner, made a comment to fans waiting to make their way back to the track.

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“No race weekend is complete without fans and we are beyond excited and ready to welcome them back to Michigan International Speedway with no restrictions, we are very appreciative of state, local and regional officials for the support and collaboration to welcome fans back for a safe and entertaining race experience,” Brenner said.

You can expect to see starting ticket prices for their FireKeepers Casino 400 on Aug. 22. A campsite will cost you about $160.

Those who are going to camp, do have the option to move to their select campground on Thursday for about $130. Those under the age of 12 are admitted for free on Fridays and Saturdays. Kids under the age of 12 can get in for only $10 on Sundays.

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