Camping on Speedway property is reserved, although Race Week operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Camping areas have 24-hour security, and are located near a shower house or have shuttles running daily to our restroom and shower facilities.
Charlotte Motor Speedway has many ATMs, located through the facility for your convenience. Locations are listed in your fan guide.
Alcoholic beverage are allowed into the speedway, but only in aluminum cans ¿ so please leave all glass bottles at home.
Although coolers can't be larger than 14x14x14", both soft and hard coolers are acceptable, including soft-sided and collapsible coolers.
In addition to concession stands throughout the Charlotte Motor Speedway, independant vendors are selling pizza, barbeque, and more.
Charlotte Motor Speedway goes to great lengths to accommodate disabled guests. Wheelchair accessible seating is available in the Ford Upper Terrace, Ford Grandstand, Diamon Tower Terrace, and Toyota Fourth Turn Terrace. Individuals accompanying disabled guests will be provided companion seats near designated wheelchair areas. Check the parking tab for information on handicapped parking.
Charlotte Motor Speedway's Gift Shop is located on the second floor of Smith Tower, featuring a large collection of NASCAR, NHRA, Charlotte Motor Speedway, zMAX Dragway and The Dirt Track@Charlotte branded memorabilia.
If an emergency occurs, locate the nearest Speedway security agent or employee to assist you. If one is not present, call 704.455.7911.
If you're still on the premises, lost and found is located in the Ticket Service Department on the 2nd floor of the Smith Tower in front of the Speedway. If you've left the premises, call 704.455.3200, or send an e-mail.
There's a few things it's best to leave at home:
If items are left unattended, they may be removed by speedway officials.
140,000 fans can enjoy Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Charlotte Motor Speedway with the Feel the Thrill Tour, letting you see areas of the superspeedway not accessible to fans on race days. Learn the storied history of "The Greatest Place to See the Race," and even get the chance to enjoy the extreme 24-degree banked turns when the van heads out on to the track. You'll also see NASCAR Nationwide Series garages, ride down Pit Road, and stop for a picture in Victory Circle.
Before Race Week, will call is located in the ticket office on the 2nd floor of the Smith Tower. During Race Week, will call moves to the Gate 4. Hours are 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Eastern, except the day of the event.