Foxwoods Resort Casino 301: Date, venue, time and all you need to know about 2020 'Magic Mile' race

Proper social distancing is to be followed in the concession lines and in the grandstand; no cash payments to be allowed


                            Foxwoods Resort Casino 301: Date, venue, time and all you need to know about 2020 'Magic Mile' race
New Hampshire Motor Speedway (Getty Images)
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The annual race of Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 is set to be held on August 2, 2020. The date was announced after the New Hampshire government approved an action plan to allow fans to attend NASCAR Cup Series event. The race was originally scheduled to happen on July 19 but it got postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The annual race is contested over 301 laps on the 1,058-mile-long speedway. This will be the 20th race of the 2020 NASCAR Cup series. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu said in an interview with Jayski, "Holding New England's premier NASCAR race this summer here in New Hampshire has always been a priority. The state worked closely with the folks at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and the New Hampshire Division of Public Health to put forward comprehensive, operational guidance. While the stands will not be as full as they usually are, we are proud to be able to hold an in-person viewing experience for NASCAR fans."

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Here are all the details about 2020 Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 that you need to know:

When will it happen?

The race will take place on August 2, 2020, in New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. Previously, the race was supposed to be held on July 19 but due to the pandemic, it got rescheduled.

Venue

The race is supposed to happen in New Hampshire Motor Speedway which is also nicknamed as 'The magic mile.' It is a 1,058-mile-long speedway.

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Where to watch?

The race will broadcast live on NASCAR radio, Sirius XM, NBCSN, and PRN at 3 PM ET. Rick Allen, Jeff Burton, Steve Letarte, and Date Earnhardt Jr. will be the announcers at the NBCSN network and will call the action from the Charlotte Motor Speedway booth. Whereas, Mark Garrow and Doug Rice will be the radio commentators on PRN. Brad Gillie, Wendy Venturini, and Brett McMillan will be the pit reporters of the game.

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What is allowed?

Fans are allowed to carry food items and unopened beverages in a soft-sided 14*14*14 inches bag. Proper social distancing is to be followed in the concession lines and in the grandstand.

What is not allowed?

Cash payment will not be allowed in the game. Payments through credit cards, debit cards, and Apple Pay will be allowed.

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