Spectator Information for
No Fly Zone - ARIZONA
Please keep in mind, that this is an airport. Not a venue optimized for spectator viewing. We will restrict spectators, crew, and any other individuals to areas we see fit, which will mostly include just the airport apron area. This includes general photography and videography personnel also that do not have permission for media access outside of the airport apron area.
The primary focus of this event is as a "participant event", for our participants. This is not a car show, or a carnival. It is a participant high speed event. As such, the majority of general spectator parking will be in the small onsite parking lot (100 spaces), and the dirt lot across from the parking lot (room for hundreds). So be mindful, if you are a spectator, regardless of your vehicle, you may very well be parking in the dirt. This is so that the interior layout of the airfield apron may be reserved primarily for the registered participants, sponsors, staff, vendors, utilities and contracted personnel. It is not appropriate for a participant to have to park in the dirt, while a non-participating vehicle parks on the tarmac.
While we are planning to have some seating made available for viewing as a courtesy, the location of such seating is to be determined. This seating is not mandatory, as you are free to walk around the airport apron. Chairs and canopy setups will be allowed at the discretion of event staff, for general spectators. No chairs or canopies from general spectators will be allowed in any areas that may impede flow of traffic or block or disturb participants or sponsors in ANY way. We suggest examining the airfield in an online map viewer, to gauge a better understanding of it's layout, and possible implications for your experience.
If, at any point, the arranged onsite parking areas become overfilled, we reserve the right to deny any further interior parking on the premises.
PLEASE keep watch on this info, as we may be updating up until the event day.
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