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Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord
(4.4/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
Home to famous NASCAR races like the Coca-Cola 600 and Sprint All-Star Race, Charlotte Motor Speedway serves as the home base for many racing teams. In addition to classic circuits, you can also see drag and dirt racing at the speedway. Pick a tour from the variety offered and get a behind-the-scenes look at areas normally restricted to visitors. On the tour, you'll learn the nuts and bolts of the industry and how the racers function in the high-speed environment. Be sure to check the race schedule and book tickets in advance as they sell out fast. To visit Charlotte Motor Speedway on your trip to Concord, use our Concord vacation generator.
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  • Our family went to Charlotte for an overnight trip from Raleigh to see the Christmas Lights, as we had visited and enjoyed about three years ago.... Even though we had visited the day after Christmas ...  more »
  • We took our grandsons to see the lights at the Speedway and as amazingly beautiful as the lights were, there was so much more to do. The boys loved the live nativity, the children's craft area was gre...  more »
  • Pretty much the event, Charlotte Motor Speedway Light Show. Very interesting! You step through the entire circuit watching the synchronized light show with the sound of Christmas carols (tuning frequency from radio). After traversing the circuit you can stop to visit the farm, feed the animals and roast mashmallow on fire. A very nice ride!
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  • Had a great time! Spent the entire day ( from about 9am until about 12:30am). Two races. One day. Hamburgers not so good. Ample bathrooms which were kept stocked. I think the track did a great job handling so many people.
  • I had a ton of fun here. The view is good from almost anywhere. Don't get the crappy food on the cheap side though, go over to the expensive seating area. There is a greater selection of food there.
  • Great venue for a Mini Takes The States stop. Facilities were so clean you could eat off the floor. It was a lot of fun to drive around the track in our cars, it feels like a nice fast track and the bank slopes nicely: not too insanely steep like Atlanta MS. Enjoyed our morning here!
  • Wow! Maybe it was because it was my first time but OMG! I had the best time! Special SHOUTout TO The fellas from Aiken, SC that we sat next to, yall made it that much better. Thanks guys!
  • We visited on an off-week of racing. Highly recommend the ultimate van tour. Tim, our guide, made it amazing! Learned history of four tracks, went into the pits, winner's circle, rv/camping & parking areas, saw the garages and drove onto the track with it's 24° high banks. It was very reasonably priced and well worth the time for anyone that enjoys racing!