NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Volunteer registration for next month’s Big Machine Music City Grand Prix featuring the NTT INDYCAR SERIES is now free, the Nashville Sports Council announced Monday.
The volunteer program for the race (which will take place Aug. 4-7) has been generously underwritten, meaning there is now no cost to those who register to volunteer between now and race weekend. Additionally, those who already paid to volunteer are eligible for a full refund and can contact the volunteer team at MCGPVolunteers@gmail.com for more information.
All volunteers will receive uniforms (two polos, one t-shirt and a hat), parking, transportation and meals during their shifts. Volunteers must be 16 years or older and register for a minimum of two shifts throughout the event week.
Those interested in volunteering can register at: volunteersmusiccitygp.my-trs.com.
The race is in need of the following positions, especially during the evening shifts:
- Race Day Ambassadors: Race Day Ambassadors will be responsible for providing directions, information, and other assistance to fans attending the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.
- Access Control Volunteers: Access Control volunteers are responsible for keeping drivers, fans and all attendees of the event safe. These volunteers will be assisting with access to restricted areas and checking necessary credentials. Access Control positions may require being on your feet for an extended period of time. *Background check required
- Can Do Team: Members of the can-do team are vital to the success of the event. This position is for a person that is up for any task. Can-Do volunteers will be assigned upon check-in based on the biggest area of need. This individual in this position must be flexible and willing to help where help is needed. *Background check required
*All shift times are subject to change.
The Big Machine Music City Grand Prix returns on a temporary grand prix circuit throughout downtown Nashville that will wrap around Nissan Stadium. The 2.17-mile temporary street circuit will race across the Korean Veterans Memorial Bridge into downtown Nashville and back.