Statements from Brian France and Kentucky Speedway

This has to be a rough day for fans and Kentucky Speedway alike. Discussions will be held, changes will be adapted for the future but that does not change the feelings of those fans who missed out on the inaugural Sprint Cup race.
Kentucky Speedway did issue a statement to their fans today which read:
‎"Kentucky Speedway regrets the traffic conditions surrounding the ‘Quaker State 400.’ We’re committed to working with NASCAR, state and local officials and traffic experts to assure that this never happens again. The details of these improvements will be announced over time as they are formulated. We also recognize the traffic problems resulted in some fans not being able to attend the ‘Quaker State 400.’ We are gathering information on this and will announce a policy for these affected fans within seven days. Our ‘Quaker State 400’ ticket holders are invited to share their experiences with us through​ We thank all our fans for giving the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series such a great welcome to our venue.”
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France also issued a statement today regarding the situation at Kentucky Speedway. France said:
"While NASCAR was thrilled by the incredible response to our inaugural NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in Kentucky, we also are extremely disappointed by the traffic problems and inconveniences endured by fans who wanted to be part of our races at Kentucky Speedway. NASCAR will be in close communications with Kentucky Speedway and Speedway Motorsports Inc. to see that they work to resolve the issues. This situation cannot happen again."
Statements from Brian France and Kentucky Speedway Statements from Brian France and Kentucky Speedway Reviewed by Admin on Sunday, July 10, 2011 Rating: 5