Kansas Speedway will play host to Operation Octane, featuring drag racing down the track’s pit road from 5-11 p.m. on Saturday.
Three sold-out classes of drag racing — small tire, big tire and true street class — will compete on the 1/8-mile track.
Tickets are available only on Saturday and cost $10 per spectator. Children 12 and under will be admitted free. Tickets can be purchased starting at 3 p.m. at Ticket Booth A at the speedway. Admission gives fans access to the infield and the grandstands of Turn 4. Fans also will be able to access both the infield and grandstands via a crossover gate in Turn 4.
Fans will be permitted to park for free in General Parking by Gate A. A second parking option — parking in the infield — will cost $10 per car and is in addition to the $10 admission per person.
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Drag racing participants should enter Kansas Speedway at France Family Drive. Admission for participants is $30.
Kansas Speedway officials encourage fans to arrive early to purchase their tickets and gain access to the grandstands.
The event is an alcohol-free event. Concessions will not be sold at the track, but fans can bring in their own coolers (14 x14 x14-inch soft-sided coolers). Glass containers are prohibited.