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Efisher131

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I go to Pocono pretty much every year and I have since 2007. Yesterday's crowd reminded me of about 07-08, it was about 85% full and Pocono hasn't removed a bunch of grandstands like other places have. So good to see, and hope it continues for them.
 

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I guess Id give Atl and Loudon 50-60% full.

Going to be interesting to see what Atl. pulls in 2022.
 

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At its tracks this year, its database shows that 30% of attendees are new, and new attendees are twice as likely as returning fans to be under age 35. Also, attendees under 35 are nearly twice as likely as the rest of NASCAR attendees to be Black or Hispanic.

For its camping sales, 41% of campers are new fans, compared with 27% in 2019.

That survey builds on a study done in February 2021, which indicated that fans who said they became NASCAR fans in the past three years were 22% Hispanic, 19% Black and 9% Asian, which is half of all new fans in that survey.

 

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I am interested in seeing the turn out for the
Bristol nite race. That shoud be a good barometer
of the current economy and NASCAR popularity.
 

hmmm298

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I am interested in seeing the turn out for the
Bristol nite race. That shoud be a good barometer
of the current economy and NASCAR popularity.
I'd say attendance will be high. Obviously coming off the lockdowns etc attendance is up a bit everywhere, but also it's not only the Bristol night race, but the only race on the real Bristol track this season.
 
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