Welcome to the AB Motorsports VIP Hospitality
Imagine sitting in the dugout of a big league baseball game. That’s the experience that ABM delivers by having the V.I.P. pavilion as part of the race team’s pit area. Sit in a shaded area just feet from Antron’s 330-mph dragster. Purchase your V.I.P. hospitality only experience from ABM for $80. Includes Friday hospitality access, chef-prepared meal, non-alcoholic drinks, Matco-branded gift, meet-and-greet with Antron and Justin Ashley, pit/trailer tours, used parts giveaways, and other activities. Does not include a gate admission ticket.
For more information on the ABM V.I.P. Hospitality Program please contact your local Matco Tools distributor or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AB Motorsports VIP hospitality area will open two hours before the first qualifying session on Friday and Saturday or before the first round of eliminations on Sunday (or Monday, Sept. 5, at the U.S. Nationals). Please visit www.nhra.com to see the full run of the show for each NHRA event. Lunch will be served one hour before the first round of qualifying on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday morning, we will serve a full breakfast/brunch, with sustainable snacks available throughout the day. Non-alcoholic drinks will be served all day. Hospitality will close when cars leave the pits for the final qualifying session of the day or the semifinals on Sunday (race day).
In the event of inclement weather, ABM hospitality will open as scheduled with the meal service at its advertised time. If the meal is served and a driver meet-and-greet completed, there will be no refunds or exchanges for ABM trackside hospitality. In the event racing action is postponed or rescheduled, patrons must contact the track or NHRA for ticketing, refund, or voucher options. ABM hospitality may close in the rare event of extremely severe weather such as a lightning storm or tornado as the safety of our guests and employees is a top priority.
ABM hospitality passes for authorized use only by ABM partners. Not for resale. Passes can be confiscated by ABM and/or NHRA if transferred, resold, or non-intended use.