Management overseeing work on the Phoenix Raceway Project Powered by DC Solar have revealed that the development will feature a luxury suite experience for fans.
Due to be unveiled during the Can-Am 500 Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series semi-final race weekend, the ‘Curve’ fan hospitality club will sit six stories above the track.
Visitors in the new suite will benefit from a range of modern amenities, such as designer interior with lounge-style, plush seating, as well as chef-inspired food and beverage creations and a panoramic view of the entire one-mile oval and the nearby Estrella Mountains.
Phoenix Raceway will work with Levy Restaurants, a leader in sporting cuisine, on the initiative, with fans able to access an exclusive menu that features items inspired by flavours from the local region.
Other features of the new suite include signature cocktails created by renowned mixologists, as well as a complementary options including a Chef’s Table that will serve up a host of unique dishes.
Phoenix Raceway president Bryan Sperber said: “Curve will set a whole new standard of luxury for sports venues. Our guests will be treated to an incredible atmosphere, an unparalleled view and a delicious array of enticing food and beverage selections.”
Curve is the first element of the modernisation project that will be available to fans and multi-day packages for the Can-Am 500 weekend are now available for ticket-buyers and small groups.
Tickets for the suite are also on sale for the Nascar stock-car racing weekend in March of next year, as well as the Indycar event in April.
Representatives from International Speedway Corporation are due attend the annual TheStadiumBusiness Design & Development Summit taking place in Barcelona on 28-29 November, to represent the project.