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Jean Spectator Parking Passes

2022 Spectator Parking Passes (Jean, NV)

There are plenty of Jean Spectator Parking Passes available but they are no longer being sold online.

You may still purchase passes at the official merchandise trailer located on 7th and Fremont during the Off-Road Festival on Thursday, March 10th.

Click here to review our Spectator Rules and Regulations.

You can spectate The Mint 400 from one of our four designated spectator areas located in Jean, NV.  A parking pass is required to enter each area.  All four spectator areas are accessed via the Goodsprings Road Exit (The only exit in Jean) and are located off Las Vegas Boulevard on Ranch Road (SPEC1, SPEC3, SPEC4) and Southern Nevada Liteweight Road (SPEC2). Click here to review our Spectator Rules and Regulations prior to purchasing a spectator parking pass. Cost: $50.00 per vehicle, per day. Passes are sold separately for Friday and Saturday racing. If you want to spectate both days, you will need a pass for both days.

Shipping: Jean Spectator Parking Passes are no longer being shipped in the mail. You may still purchase passes, but they will need to be picked up at the official merchandise trailer located on 7th and Fremont during the Off-Road Festival on Thursday, March 10th.

Sticker Application: Spectator Parking Passes must be applied to the outside upper right corner (passenger side) of your windshield prior to arriving at The Mint 400.

Hours of Operation:  7:00am – 9:00pm, subject to change.  There is no overnight camping in any spectator areas.

JEAN SPECTATOR AREA DESCRIPTIONS:

Spectator Area 1 This is the largest spectating area at The Mint 400 and features a mile long, high-speed straightaway that competitors blast through at lightning fast speeds. Spectator Area 2 Spectator Area 2 is one of the most popular spectator areas.  It features a slew of jumps, turns, and obstacles and features a fantastic overhead view of all the Mint 400 off-road action.  Spectator Area 3 Don’t sleep on SPEC3!  This spectator area features large sandy whoops at high speeds that puts vehicles on edge.  Spectator Area 4 Known for its high-speed passing zone with monstrous whoops, this section of Mint 400 race course was at one time the final stretch heading into the finish line.