NBC Sports Gold will provide free access to several of its most popular passes for a limited time. These sites include TrackPass, Pro Motocross Pass and IndyCar Pass. Sign up for access is available at here.
Users will need to create an account and then select from several packages. TrackPass and Motocross Pass will be free until May 1. IndyCar Pass will be free until May 31.
TrackPass content includes full replays of select NASCAR races since its launch in 2019 as well as long-form documentaries featuring the sports’ greatest stars. IMSA, K&N and Modified races are also available.
American Flat Track’s full 2019 season can be accessed through TrackPass.
Pro Motocross Pass includes all races and qualifying shows from the 2017, 2018 and 2019 seasons as well as highlights.
Full event IndyCar replays from the 2019 season are available, giving users thousands of hours to help get through the loss of races due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Other free Gold Passes can be accessed for golf, soccer, lacrosse, track and field, rugby, cycling and snow sports.
Lewis Hamilton receives Daytona 500 invitation from Bubba Wallace
Much would need to be worked out, starting with how much garage and grandstand access would be afforded for a 2021 season opener that likely would occur during a still ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
He was a spectator (with racing legend Mario Andretti) at four-time champion Jeff Gordon’s final Cup race as a full-time in the 2015 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. In 2011, Hamilton swapped cars with three-time champion Tony Stewart at Watkins Glen International.
Having rubbed shoulders with other racing greats so often, it only would be fitting if Hamilton — who is one victory from tying Michael Schumacher’s career record and also could tie the F1 record with a seventh championship this season — spent some time with the greatest basketball player of all time.