The stars of Red Bull Global Rallycross return to The Dirt Track at Charlotte Friday and Saturday for two days of heart-pounding, adrenaline-pumping racing action. Popular drivers include Scott Speed, Tanner Foust, Steve Arpin and more! Practice and qualifying are on Friday night. On-track action continues Saturday at 11 a.m. Gates open at 4 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. on Saturday. General admission tickets for adults are $25 per day or $40 for a two-day pass. Tickets for children 13 and under are $15 per day or $25 for a two-day pass.Details >>
Friday, the stars of Red Bull Global Rallycross took over The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the first of two days of racing action. Ken Block posted the fastest time in qualifying for the second year in a row, followed by Nelson Piquet Jr. and Tanner Foust. It was Block's first top seed since running in Charlotte last year. At 32.323 seconds, his fastest lap time was over four seconds faster than his qualifying time from last season.
With Red Bull Global Rallycross returning to the Dirt Track at Charlotte this weekend, fans can get excited for one of motorsports most thrilling and unique events, as well as up-close and personal interaction with some of the sport's biggest stars. Fresh from the X Games in Austin, these drivers are looking forward to competing on one of the circuit's most challenging courses. Fans won't want to miss the adrenaline-pumping action and here are five reasons why:
There will be fireworks on and off the track this Tuesday as the 21st annual Jack in the Box Summer Shootout Series comes to a close and six champions are crowned. With two feature races for each division remaining, and each driver able to drop one finish in pursuit of the prestigious championships, there is still plenty of exciting racing to be seen this season. Tuesday night, fans can see the final round of features and enjoy a 15-minute fireworks extravaganza.
For Jack in the Box Summer Shootout Series driver Sheldon Crouse, the adrenaline rush of driving Legend Cars at Charlotte Motor Speedway is very similar to his profession off the track: saving lives. Crouse, a paramedic in Cabarrus County, enjoys the thrill and meticulous nature of both professions.