Performers at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Charlotte Motor Speedway
Charlotte Motor Speedway History
If you are looking to catch some world class auto racing action, look no further than the Charlotte Motor Speedway. The complex is home to a four turn asphalt track that has seen cars reach up to more than 220 miles per hour. Located in Concord, North Carolina, not far from Charlotte, it has been host to countless thrilling races since opening in 2000 including NASCAR series, Indy Racing League races, Grand Am series races, and CART series races. With so many different auto races to choose from, there is always something for race enthusiasts to enjoy going on at Charlotte motor Speedway. It is a fantastic venue to catch some big time racing series action but be sure to get tickets from StubHub as soon as possible because tickets to the popular venue tend to sell out quickly.
Charlotte Motor Speedway Events
There is a lot to see at this desert speedway. From the famous NASCAR race series to drag racing to rally crossings, Charlotte Motor Speedway has something for every kind of car racing enthusiast out there. Not only does Charlotte Motor Speedway offer the excitement of NASCAR races in the Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series, and Camping World Truck Series, but it also is the place to catch the excitement of Indy Racing League. As one of the most versatile race complexes in the US, it's quite popular with the locals and tourists alike. Big time concerts and musical festivals round out the schedule at Charlotte Motor Speedway and draw huge crowds to the venue as well.
Charlotte, North Carolina
As the largest city in North Carolina, Charlotte provides plenty of entertainment options for visitors and residents alike. If you are a sports fan, Charlotte has got you covered. The city is home to the Charlotte Bobcats of the NBA, the NFL's Carolina Panthers, and Major League Lacrosse's Charlotte Hounds. Additionally Charlotte is home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. If culture is more you pace, there are plenty of museums to visit including Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Carolina's Aviation Museum, Discovery Place, and more. There is something for everyone in the fascinating city of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Charlotte Motor Speedway Seating Layout
The speedway opened in 1960 and contains a 1.5 mile oval track. The state of the art facility is a favorite with NASCAR racers and fans. It can hold 135,000 fans and is one of the most exciting places to be in all of North Carolina whether you are there for a race or a music festival.
Tony Stewart racing in a G-Force car during an Indy 1998 qualifier, reached a track record of 200.498 MPH. Kurt Busch set the record for a NASCAR event when he hit 198.771 while racing in a Chevrolet during a 2014 qualifier. Charlotte Motor Speedway is now home to the annual Carolina Rebellion, a heavy meal music festival that has featured such popular hard rock acts as Kid Rock, Halestorm, Anthrax, Five Finger Death Punch, All That Remains, Avenged Sevenfold, and more.
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