Saturday, June 3, 2017

Suarez, Patrick, Allmendinger, Bayne, McMurray, Childress to attend Autism Awareness Day

Suarez, Patrick, Allmendinger, Bayne, McMurray, Childress to attend Autism Awareness Day

Event to be held during “AAA 400 Drive for Autism” Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race

Suarez, Patrick, Allmendinger, Bayne, McMurray, Childress to attend Autism Awareness Day

 

Dover International Speedway is once again hosting a special event for families of children on the autism spectrum.

On Sunday, June 4, during the “AAA 400 Drive for Autism” Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, Autism Awareness Day at the Races will provide families with a sensory-friendly environment to enjoy 400 laps of North America’s top motorsports series. Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers Daniel Suarez, Danica Patrick, A.J. Allmendinger, Trevor Bayne and Jamie McMurray are scheduled to make appearances at the event, as well as Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team owner Richard Childress.


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Autism Awareness Day at the Races tickets cost $95 for adults and $25 for children ages 12 and under. Call 800-441-RACE or click here to order. On event day, the gate opens promptly at 9 a.m.

The event, in its sixth consecutive year, is a joint effort between Dover International Speedway and Autism Delaware, supported by AAA and Ollie’s Bargain Outlet. A portion of the proceeds supports Autism Delaware. Click here for more information on Autism Delaware and its programs.

Suarez, Patrick, Allmendinger, Bayne, McMurray, Childress to attend Autism Awareness Day
The Autism Awareness Day at the Races ticket package will include seating in the climate-controlled grandstands at the Monster Mile, which offers views of the backstretch as well as the highly-banked concrete turns. In five years, more than 3,000 people have participated in the program.

Other highlights include information booths with items of interest to families affected by autism, a hot lunch buffet, non-alcoholic beverages and much more.

As in years past, a reserved area near the grandstand seats will provide a quiet zone, with muted lighting and sound, allowing attendees to take a break from the race and crowds when necessary. The room includes comfortable seating, games, and video screens to help fans keep up with the race or watch family friendly movies. Autism Delaware’s service professionals will also be on hand to assist families as needed.



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