Track Night 2018: Charlotte - July 11
- July 11, 2018, 03:00 PM - 09:00 PM EDT
- Track Night, Charlotte, Southeast
- 7 Comments
Track Night in America will take place on the 2.25-Mile "Roval" at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The
Charlotte Motor Speedway sits just 13 miles from Charlotte, NC and just outside the I-485 beltway, making for
When you arrive – you will drive in the main entrance at the intersection of Bruton Smith Blvd and Highway 29. When you get on the grounds, turn left and come all the way around the back of the track to Gate 26 – sign the track waiver and come in.
Track Touring Laps: After going through the tunnel, you will go past a painted traffic circle – please park in the lot on the other side of that circle. You may walk down to the “Xfinity” Garages to check in and sign the SCCA waiver, and then socialize and hang out until it is time to go on track.
Track Night in America KONI Novice/Intermediate/Advanced Drivers: After entering the track through the tunnel, come left and go through a gate, past a Bojangles (sorry, it’s not open) and through another gate into the “Xfinity” garage area. There is no sign, but that's the name... Garages are open to use, but on a first-come first serve. Please leave the area forward of the “GRID” sign open for, well… grid.
Check in will be in garage #1.
Advanced, Intermediate and Novice groups: $175
Track Touring Laps and Spectating: $0
* Times are an approximation (Weather and on-track issues can play havoc with a schedule, and sometimes officials might have to improvise to make sure everyone gets the most out of the event.)
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Are they running on the Oval or Roval ?
I have a BMW 335i with the convertible top replaced with a hardtop, is the car eligible due to it now having a hardtop?
I don't see it anywhere in the track specific rules so... #1 are open face helmets allowed, #2 what, if any, are the decibel limits at Charlotte. Thanks.
I wore an open face the last couple times, as long as it meets the current specs I would think it’s still ok.
Question, can my son and I share the same car for the Track Night event in Charlotte. Perhaps we run in two separate groups, I have some track experience he has none. Please advise.
Yes, you can share cars and ideally you'll run in different groups to get all your track time. As long as we have tech sheets for both drivers, we're good!
Can I drive my truck rather than car in the novice group.?