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Fan Night at the Speedway is a Big Deal for Drivers Too

It's hard to believe that April 29th will signal the third race of Wake County Speedway's historic 60th Anniversary Season.

Fan Night at Wake County Speedway
Fans can meet the drivers and sit in a race car on Fan Night at Wake County Speedway.

Not only are fans eager to see the return of the featured Late Model Series, but just as important will be the pre-race celebration happening along the front stretch.

Prior to Friday night's Accent Imaging 150, Wake County Speedway fans will be invited to join drivers and race teams down on the track along the front stretch, for Fan Night! "Our Fan Night Celebration is one of our favorite events all season," said Speedway Promoter, Charlie Hansen. "It gives our fans of all ages, the opportunity to see and meet the drivers behind the helmet, so to speak. The driver's love it too, as they get a chance to not only make new fans, but to answer questions about their race cars and what it's like to compete at America's Favorite Bullring," said Hansen.

Fan Night Drivers meet & Greet  Wake County Speedway
Fan Night is fun for all ages at Wake County Speedway.

Kids may also have the opportunity to take a (slow) parade lap around the speedway while sitting in the passenger side of their favorite race car - (there's no seat on the right side, so grab hold of the roll cage and, please be sure to wear some earplugs).

Wake County Speedway will also be welcoming some of our area's high school students who are headed to the NASCAR/Universal Technical Institute in Moorseville this Fall as part of Fan Appreciation Night.

So be sure to bring a pen Friday night, April 29th, and ask for a Hero Card (while supplies last) at the ticket booth, so you can get your favorite driver's autograph.

Fan Night meet & greet with the drivers will start right after the end of qualifying, around 8 pm, followed by the invocation and national anthem.

The Accent Imaging 150 will feature

twin 35-Lap Late Model Stock races, plus Mini-Stock, Legend, Bandolero, and Bomber races.

Come celebrate our 60th Anniversary Season at your #NASCAR Home Track!

Tickets are on sale on race day at the main gate ticket booth beginning at 6 pm.

Adults: $15

Seniors/Military/Students: $12

Children 6-12: $5

Children 5 and under are FREE.

Pit passes are available on race day at the pit entrance booth. Regular Pit Pass: $30 with NASCAR/INEX license, $40 without NASCAR/INEX license, Jr. Pit Pass (Children under 12): $20.

Wake County Speedway is located at 2109 Simpkins Rd. just off HWY401S, about ten-minutes south of downtown Raleigh.

See our VisitNC listing to learn more.


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