Phoenix Raceway is set to debut its luxury suite experience – Curve – during the Can-Am 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series semifinal race weekend in November.
Curve is the first element of the $178 million modernisation project that will be available to fans.
The unique fan hospitality club sits six storeys above the track and features modern amenities, such as designer interior with lounge-style, plush seating that enhances socialisation, chef-inspired food and beverage creations and a nearly 200-foot long panoramic view of the entire one-mile oval and the beautiful Estrella Mountains.
Announcing the first part of the Project Powered by DC Solar, Phoenix Raceway President Bryan R. 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.
For this one-of-a-kind race day experience, Phoenix Raceway will be partnering with world-renowned leader in sporting cuisine, Levy Restaurants.
In Curve, fans will have access to an exclusive menu, featuring items inspired by unique flavors from the Southwest region.
Fans can expect a variety of offerings including standout signature cocktails created by renowned mixologists.
Phoenix is the only track in the West to feature two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series weekends a year, beginning with the Camping World 500 race weekend in March.