There are three main parking lots used during the Magic Dry Organic Absorbent NHRA Northwest Nationals, see below for details.
Lot A is for VIP parking, disabled, and motorcycle parking. Parking in Lot A is by permit/credentials only. Motorists entering the raceway need to be in the center lane to access Lot A. Please have your permit/credentials fixed to your windshield and visible. Vehicles without the proper credentials will not be admitted. Lot A is for passenger vehicles only, regardless of credential type. VIP parking will receive preferential exiting at the end of each day.
Lot B is designated as free parking and is the graveled area on the right side of the entrance road. Motorists entering the raceway need to be in the right lane to access Lot B.
Lot C is a $20 parking lot for cars, and $40 for RVs (day use only, no overnight camping). Lot C is located in the grass field on the left side of the entrance road. Lot C is the closest non-VIP parking lot to the race track. Lot C will receive preferential exiting at the end of each day. Motorists entering the raceway need to be in the left lane to access Lot C. Parking fees are cash only and will be collected as cars are parked.
Red Key/Gold Key
Red Key/Gold Key is by permit/credentials only and is located in Lot C. It is for vendor, staff and other NHRA permitted vehicles only. Motorists entering the raceway need to use the center lane to access Red Key/Gold Key.
Tower Parking & Media Parking
Tower Parking is by permit/credentials only and is located on the road course below the tower. Media Parking is located on the pit side of the staging lanes and is by permit only. Motorists entering the raceway need to use the center lane to access Tower Parking and Media Parking.
Please note: Due to the high volume of vehicles exiting the facility onto a 2-lane road, parking lot exit times can be in excess of 45 minutes. We appreciate guests patience as our parking company and the King County Sheriffs officers do the best they can to help everyone exit the facility as quickly and safely as possible. Instead of waiting in traffic lines, fans can also stroll the pits and talk with teams after racing concludes for the day.