During major race weekends, more than 30,000 pizza, 10,000 gallons of soda and water and 13,000 feet of hot dogs are consumed due to a large number of spectators visit at the arena.
The Charlotte Motor Speedway at Concord in the state of North Carolina, in the United States of America, has been attracting the motor sports lovers for more than 50 years. The Charlotte Motor Speedway is sometimes referred as "The Greatest Place to See the Race". The Speedway complex is stretched over an area of nearly 2,000 acres. The length of the course is 2.25-mile, various races are held throughout the year. It has a 0.40-mile drag strip named ZMAX Dragway which is the only four-lane drag strip in the United States, made of concrete.
The race track has two pedestrian tunnels underneath the drag strip for spectators convenience.
The Charlotte Motor Speedway is the first modern superspeedway to host night racing.
The Speedway hosted the first "World 600 NASCAR" race on 19th June 1960.
Over 380 events are held at this venue every year, making it one of the busiest sports venues in the country.
The venue is a popular car testing ground.
It has been hosting several heavy rock concerts since 2013.