3 million Christmas lights and much more at Charlotte Motor Speedway

3 million Christmas lights and much more at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Charlotte Motor Speedway does everything in a big way, including what must be one of the largest holiday lights displays in America! Nightly through New Year’s Eve (except Christmas Day), Speedway visitors can drive a 3.5-mile course illuminated with 3 million lights plus music. After the lights tour, leave your vehicle and stroll through the Christmas Village with a petting zoo, Bethlehem Village and Santa. The track’s 16,000-square-foot Speedway TV will come alive with holiday classic movies! The Christmas Village is open Thursdays through Sundays except Christmas Week, when it is open every day except Dec. 25. Christmas movies air each night when Christmas Village is open. Click here for tickets and more...
NASCAR reigns supreme this weekend

NASCAR reigns supreme this weekend

The greatest motorsports weekend of the year starts Friday in University City at Charlotte Motor Speedway – beginning with Bojangles Pole Night and climaxing Sunday with NASCAR’s fall classic, the Bank of America 500. The races and the many related activities bring huge crowds, and for good reason. Anyone who loves big, bold, screaming loud and furious action will want to be at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Here’s a very brief rundown, courtesy of the speedway website. You can find tons more information on the web, most specifically at charlottemotorspeedway.com. Grab your tickets, load up the friends and family, and have a great time at the track!   Bojangles Pole night 7 pm Friday, Oct. 6 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup drivers leave it all on the track during knockout qualifying to set the field for the Bank of America 500. The entertainment lineup also features the Better Half Dash as the ladies of NASCAR duel in a 25-lap Bandolero charity race benefitting Motor Racing Outreach while their husbands and boyfriends coach from the pits. The evening concludes with the ground-pounding NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. The best modified drivers on the planet race for bragging rights in a non-points special event on the frontstretch quarter-mile oval. It’s ALL included plus early afternoon Monster Energy NASCAR Cup and XFINITY Series practice sessions for just one ticket. Details and tickets   Drive for the Cure 300 3 pm Saturday, Oct. 7 The contenders for the NASCAR XFINITY Series Championship will fight to the finish with Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series regulars in a Saturday-free-for-all at NASCAR’s home track.  Your Drive for the Cure 300 ticket also includes TWO afternoon Monster...