To make sure you have the best time when visiting Charlotte Motor Speedway, here's a quick look at the Speedway's policies.
The SMI Weather Guarantee is valid for Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kentucky Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Sonoma Raceway and Texas Motor Speedway (each an "SMI Speedway" and collectively the "SMI Speedways"), and is effective as of August, 9, 2018.
If weather postpones a NASCAR race held at an SMI Speedway and a ticket holder fan is unable to attend on the rescheduled date, the SMI Weather Guarantee provides such fans a ticket credit toward a future NASCAR race at any of the SMI Speedways.
The SMI Weather Guarantee applies to all NASCAR races at any SMI Speedway that are postponed and rescheduled to a different date due to inclement weather.
No cash refunds will be issued and the ticket credit has no cash value and may be used only as a credit toward the purchase of a NASCAR race at an SMI Speedway as stated in this SMI Weather Guarantee Policy. Unused tickets may be exchanged for a ticket of equal or lesser value on a ticket-for-ticket basis.
Events and seating locations eligible for redemption are based on availability at time of redemption.
Eligible tickets may be exchanged for any future SMI NASCAR race within (1) calendar year of the original event date or for the same race the following year, even if it falls outside the (1) year window. Fan(s) must use the ticket credit and redeem eligible tickets within 60 days of the original date of the postponed event, or by the end of the calendar year, whichever is shorter. If eligible tickets are not redeemed during the timeframe set forth herein, the ticket credit shall expire and be of no value.
Complimentary tickets are not eligible for exchange under this policy. Restrictions also apply to corporate block tickets and tickets purchased through brokers or resale websites not directly affiliated with the SMI Speedways. ONLY TICKETS PURCHASED DIRECTLY AND ORIGINALLY FROM AN SMI SPEEDWAY OR FROM THEIR TICKET AGENT TICKETMASTER ARE ELIGIBLE FOR EXCHANGE UNDER THIS SMI WEATHER GUARANTEE POLICY. RESALE TICKETS PURCHASE THROUGH TICKETMASTER TICKETEXCHANGE ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EXCHANGE UNDER THIS SMI WEATHER GUARANTEE POLICY. Fans should contact the speedway ticket office where the race was postponed to verify ticket eligibility.
Only race tickets are covered by this SMI Weather Guarantee Policy.
This policy does not apply if an event is delayed, regardless of length of delay, but still completed on the original event date, even if completion of the event occurs after 11:59 p.m. of such original event date.
This policy does not apply for events shortened due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances if the race/event is counted as official by the sanctioning body.
The SMI Speedways reserve the right to alter and/or terminate the SMI Weather Guarantee at any time, provided, however, that such termination shall not affect tickets already purchased while the SMI Weather Guarantee policy was in effect.
Contact the ticket office at your favorite SMI Speedway for further information.
All sales are final NO REFUNDS or EXCHANGES, NO MONEY REFUNDED.
Rain Check: Ticket purchase will be good for rescheduled date. In the case of a rained out NASCAR event, ticketholders will be allowed to use their ticket on the day of the rescheduled event (no refunds). Additionally, ticket holders can take advantage of our SMI Weather Guarantee. If weather postpones a NASCAR Cup race held at an SMI Speedway and a ticket holder is unable to attend on the rescheduled date, the SMI Weather Guarantee provides fans a ticket credit toward a future NASCAR Cup race at any of the SMI Speedways. https://www.charlottemotorspeedway.com/weather/
Charlotte Motor Speedway is not responsible for lost, stolen, or misplaced tickets.
Speedway Club members and guests are asked to meet our standard dress code at all times.
The Speedway Club Restaurant and Fifth Turn Lounge: The dress code consists of business casual/country club casual such as dress pants and capris, golf-style/walking shorts. In addition to the above, we will allow jeans, jean shorts, running shoes and casual shirts. Jackets and ties are not required. No screen printed t-shirts; undershirts; cut-off shorts; athletic wear; torn or tattered clothing; or beach style flip-flops.
For certain outdoor events, we will honor a relaxed dress code in keeping with the event.
Management has the right to define "appropriate" attire. Members are responsible for informing all guests about the dress code. There is a relaxation of the dress code within reason for children under 12.
Please call (704) 455-3216 for further questions and details.
CMS offers ADA Van Service and ADA Golf Cart Shuttle Service. Vans and golf carts are available at each of the designated handicap parking areas.
You can call the ADA Dispatch Line at 704-454-6411 or text to 78247 for assistance
- The guest service staff will be able to answer your questions and assist you with requests for wheelchair-capable vans or golf carts to pick you up.
- Please do not request a wheelchair-capable van if you are able to safely board our normal fleet of trams and shuttles.
Handicap Pickup Locations
- Handicap Parking Lot at VIP/Green
- Ford Wheelchair reserved Blue (Near Gate 7)
- Reserved Pink (Dirt Track)
- Reserved Orange (Back Stretch)
- Reserved Yellow (Infield Toll Booth)
- At each INFORMATION Booth please ask the information booth attendant for a pick up. Located at:
- Gate 3
- Gate 4
- Gate 7
- 600 Terrace
- Gate 31
Handicap Seating Locations:
- Sections Ford Deck
- Sections Toyota Forth Turn Terrance A-U
- Sections Toyota Family Section V-Z
- The golf cart shuttles operate only on race days from when the gates open until approximately 2 hours after the race. There is, however, a "blackout" period immediately following the event when all transportation stops running for a brief time to allow pedestrians a chance to exit the grandstands safely. Please anticipate some wait time during peak demand immediately before and after the race.
All Golf Cart Shuttles are staffed with volunteers from Speedway Children's Charities. Clink the link for more information about our charity. A tip donation box is located at the front console of each cart. Any tip donations given during your shuttle ride are greatly appreciated!
For your safety and well-being, Charlotte Motor Speedway asks that certain rules and regulations be followed. Charlotte Motor Speedway, The Dirt Track at Charlotte or the zMAX Dragway will not be held responsible for items left in the speedway or around the gate areas.
- Coolers may be brought in by guests until one hour after the start of the race
- No coolers or backpacks larger than 14" by 14" by 14"
- No umbrellas of any kind are allowed in the grandstands, suites or The Speedway Club
- No glass containers
- Strollers are allowed inside the gates, but are not allowed in the grandstands
- No pets, except service animals
- No weapons, including, but not limited to, firearms, knives and impact weapons
- No skateboards, roller skates or scooters
- No bicycles, mopeds, etc.
- No beach balls, balloons, etc.
- No signs or banners
- No horns, whistles or other loud items
- No stadium seats with arm rests
Guests may bring a 14" by 14" by 14" cooler into Charlotte Motor Speedway, zMAX Dragway and The Dirt Track containing food and beverage, provided that all substances contained in the cooler are legal and there are no glass containers or other potentially hazardous materials.
Coolers may be brought into the facility until one hour after the start of the race. *NASCAR EventsOnly
Coolers are not allowed in The Speedway Club, Smith Tower or any other club or corporate suite.
All coolers, backpacks and other types of carrying cases will be searched upon entry.
Guests may bring alcoholic beverages into the facility in coolers until one hour after the start of the race.
Levy Restaurants manages and operates all of the food concession stands and booths at Charlotte Motor Speedway, The Dirt Track at Charlotte and zMAX Dragway.
Levy and The Speedway Club - 5th Floor Café will stop serving alcoholic beverages 50 laps prior to the end of the race. The Speedway Club will issues last call after the Winner's Toast or last seating, as appropriate.
Charlotte Motor Speedway shall use clearly marked signs showing where non-alcohol sections are located.
Alcoholic beverages will not be sold in these sections at any time and the consumption of alcoholic beverages in these sections is strictly prohibited.
Guests who are visibly intoxicated may be refused entry at the gates.
Guests who become intoxicated during the event and exhibit drunken, belligerent or inappropriate behavior will be escorted from the facility.
Security will obtain as much information as possible from the subject and escort him/her from the property.
For the health and comfort of our guests, grandstands and concourses at Charlotte Motor Speedway, zMAX Dragway and The Dirt Track are smoke-free, including the use of e-cigarettes. This policy also applies to terrace boxes, kids' play zones, bathhouses and restrooms.
In conjunction with this policy, smoking lounges with flat-screen televisions and high-top tables will be conveniently located at each of our three venues. Smoking is also allowed in open-air campgrounds, parking lots, hospitality and souvenir display areas.
It is our goal to reduce the risk of secondhand smoke exposure to our fans, while still allowing the freedom of choice with convenient smoking locations during our events.
Enforcement -- Ushers will direct those found smoking in the grandstands to the nearest smoking lounge, and repeat offenders will be asked to leave.If you have any further questions about the locations of our smoking lounges or implementation of this policy, please give us a call at 1-800-455-FANS (3267).
We appreciate the continued feedback of our fans and welcome your comments at 1-800-455-FANS (3267) or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GENERAL CONTESTING GUIDELINES
From time to time, Charlotte Motor Speedway, LLC will conduct online\ social media and/or other various sweepstakes and contests. Sweepstakes are games of chance; prizes being offered to participants selected on a random basis whereas contests are games of skill; involves entrant participation and may require participants to use specific skills to solve or complete a specified objective in order to qualify for a prize or submit entry material which will be judged using specific criteria. For all purposes hereinafter the term "Contest" shall collectively refer to both sweepstakes and contests. All CMS Contests are administered by CMS and will be conducted in accordance with these General Contesting Guidelines, unless modified or superseded by rules written for a specific Contest (the "Official Contest Rules").
CMS together with the Contest sponsor(s), promotional partner(s) and administrator(s) are herein collectively referred to as the Contest Entities. Contest dates and times ( the "Contest Period"), entry date and times (the "Entry Period"), eligibility requirements, entry methods, winner selection, prizes, etc., will vary with each Contest, as determined by CMS and announced, please refer to the specific Official Contest Rules for complete details.
By participating or entering any CMS Contest, participants agree to be bound by these General Contesting Guidelines as well as the designated Official Contest Rules and the decisions of CMS are final on all matters relating to the Contest. For a copy of specific Official Contest Rules, contact CMS.
- Contest Eligibility Requirements.Unless otherwise stated in the designated Official Contest Rules, NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT DOES NOT INCREASE ODDS OF WINNING. Contests are open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are eighteen (18) years of age or older at the time of entry. Employees of Charlotte Motor Speedway, LLC, Speedway Motorsports, Inc., Speedway Children's Charities, and each of their affiliates and each of their respective parent companies, divisions, affiliates, subsidiaries, officers, directors, shareholders, members, successors, assigns and agents, and any others engaged in the development, production or distribution of promotional materials or prizes for Contest (collectively, the "Released Parties"), and members of the immediate families (spouse, parent, child, sibling and their respective spouse) or households of any of the above are ineligible to participate or win. VOID IN ANY LOCATION WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.
- General Contest Descriptions.
(a) Social Media. For Contest conducted on social media there will be a planned post on: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or snapchat stating how contestants can enter. The actions to enter may be but not limited to: retweets, likes, shares, repost, commenting, or screenshots The winner will be chosen by random. The various prizes awarded will normally range between $10 and $200 in approximate retail value. In the event the first winner does not reply to claim his/ her prize it will go to the next contestant. At the time of the contest, the winning contestant will be required to provide all information requested by CMS, including but not limited to first and last name, complete address, including zip code, daytime and evening phone numbers, and their date of birth to be eligible to win. Contestants are required to provide truthful information to CMS, CMS has the right to reject and delete any contestant that it discovers to be false or fraudulent. Contestants who are inaudible or unintelligible may be disqualified There is no limit to the number of times a contestant may try to enter in and win. Contestants need to participate in "real-time". CMS assumes no responsibility for contestants who participate at a later date or time.
(b) On-line Contest.For Contest conducted on-line, participants can enter at CMS website www.charlottemotorspeedway.com by following the Contest links and completing and submitting the on-line entry and registration form. Entry must contain all information requested and must be received during the stated Entry Period. CMS clock is the official clock. Limit one (1) entry per person and/or verified email address. Entry will be deemed made by the authorized account holder of the email address submitted at the time of entry. Incomplete and/or multiple entries will be disqualified. The potential winner may be selected in a random drawing from among all eligible entries received or may be required to perform a task.
(c) Voting Contests. For Contest that involves follower participation by retweets, likes, shares, repost, commenting, or screenshots voting for a Contest participant on CMS website, the voting is limited to one (1) vote per person per verified email address unless otherwise stated in the specific Official Contest Rules. If a Contest participant receives multiple and/or irregular votes or multiple votes from the same user or users, including but not limited to, votes generated by a robotic, programmed, script, macro, other automated means or other source, then CMS reserves the right to disqualify the participant in its sole discretion. By participating in the voting portion of any Contest, each voting participant agrees to be bound by the Official Contest Rules. If the Contest includes the use of an internet tool and the internet voting process fails to operate properly or appears to be tampered with or tainted with errors, fraud or unfair practices, then CMS reserves the right to use another means to determine the winner(s), i.e. random selection or appointing a panel of judges. All decisions of the judges are final.
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- Winner Selection, Verification and Notification. All potential Contest winners will be selected in a manner as stated in the specific Official Contest Rules. Only one (1) prize winner per household. All decisions of the judges are final. All potential winners are subject to verification, including without limitation, verification of eligibility, age, compliance with the designated Official Contest Rules and execution and return of any Statement/Affidavit of Eligibility, Liability Release and Publicity Release (except where prohibited by law). The potential winner will be notified as stated in the specific Official Contest Rules and must be available to participate when applicable; to be eligible for the prize in any portion to the Contest that participation may be required. If a potential prize winner is deemed ineligible and disqualified then CMS, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to choose an alternate potential winner, time permitting. If attempted prize notification is returned as undeliverable, if the potential winner cannot be verified, or if the potential winner is otherwise unable to accept whole prize, or does not claim prize within the stated time frame, then prize will be forfeited and may be awarded to an alternate provided sufficient time remains, in CMS discretion. CMS is not responsible for changes in email or telephone address.
- Prize Conditions. Odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible entries received during the specific Contest Period. Prize is awarded to the winner according to the designated Official Contest Rules. No more than the advertised number of prizes shall be awarded. The total approximate retail value ("ARV") of the prize will vary by Contest. Any difference between stated approximate value and the actual value of prize will not be awarded. Winner must accept the whole prize. Prizes are non-transferable, redeemable for cash or exchangeable for any other prize. CMS reserves the right to substitute a prize (or any part of the prize) with a prize of equal or greater value. All other costs and expenses related to prize acceptance and use not specified in the designated Official Contest Rules, as being awarded are the sole responsibility of winner. Contact CMS for a copy of the winner's list.
(a) Event/Date Specific Prizes. Certain prizes awarded can be event/date specific, CMS is not responsible for the cancellation or rescheduling of any event or date and no substitution or compensation shall be awarded. Any awarded tickets as prizes are subject to certain terms and conditions specified thereon. Location of seats and tickets are in CMS' sole discretion or may be predetermined as supplied by prize provider.
(b) Trip Specific Prizes. If a trip prize package is awarded and the prize includes round-trip, coach class air transportation for winner from a major commercial airport near winner's home to the destination and a double occupancy standard hotel room as specified in the designated Official Contest Rules. Actual value of the trip will depend on point of departure and any airfare fluctuations. Selection of airline and hotel are solely within CMS' discretion. Airline tickets are non-refundable/nontransferable and are not valid for upgrades and/or frequent flyer miles. All airline tickets are subject to flight variation, work stoppages, and schedule or route changes. All travel must be taken on dates specified or prize will be forfeited and may be awarded to an alternate winner; no alternative travel dates are available. Winner and travel guest(s) must travel on same itinerary. If in the judgment of the CMS air travel is not required due to winner's proximity to the trip destination, ground transportation will be substituted for roundtrip air travel at CMS' sole and absolute discretion. The difference in value will not be awarded to the prize winner. Meals, gratuities, luggage fees, incidental hotel charges and any other travel-related expenses not specified in the designated Official Contest Rules are the sole responsibility of winner and travel guest. If winner is eligible, but a minor in his/her state of residence, the travel guest must be winner's parent or legal guardian. A minor may accompany winner as a travel guest only if the winner is the minor's parent or legal guardian. Minors must be accompanied at all times during trip (including, but not limited to, in-flight, hotel stay and all prize-related events) by minor's parent or legal guardian.
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Camping at the race track can create memories that can last a lifetime. Before you set up your campsite, take a look at these policies that will help you maximize your weekend getaway at the speedway.
Check-Out: 12:00PM Check-In: 1:00PM
Camping is permitted in designated campground spaces only. No overnight camping is permitted in open parking areas.
QUIET TIME is enforced from 12 midnight until 7:00am.
Photo ID must accompany camping credential and be presented when requested by Charlotte Motor Speedway officials/employees.
Parking sticker/validation credential must be affixed to windshield at all times.
All motorized vehicles must have a valid state license plate. Due to safety concerns, personal GOLF CARTS and/or LOW-SPEED VEHICLES (tagged or non-tagged) are PROHIBITED on CMS property unless credentialed by SMIP. Motorized bikes, motorized skateboards, motorized toy scooters, etc are also prohibited
One camping unit and one vehicle per site, unless the site is approved for dual parking by the campground hosts.
Units must be parked with the front end exposed. Officials must be able to remove any unit immediately in case of an emergency. No box or cube trucks or oversized flatbed trucks will be permitted. Vehicle and camping equipment must not extend beyond assigned space.
Please place trash in receptacles or trash bags. Place your trash at end of campsite, there will be one round of trash pick-up at each campground each day.
Fires are only allowed if contained in an approved above ground container. Embers may not be left on site upon departure.
"UAS" aka drones, are prohibited on Charlotte Motor Speedway Property.
Firearms, dangerous weapons, or fireworks are strictly prohibited as specified by local authorities. Failure to comply will result in expulsion from the campground without refund and possible prosecution.
Any unauthorized items can be confiscated and held by Security until customer's departure.
Please remember to be careful!You are responsible for your own safety. Look out for natural hazards and dangers especially when you are in wooded areas. Swimming is not permitted in any of the ponds, streams, or rivers located on or near Speedway property.
Camping is an outdoor experience; therefore, we do not give refunds due to discomforts of nature.
Campers are required to turn generators off from 12 midnight until 7:00am.
Please be aware of all carbon monoxide dangers that can be harmful to you or other guests. Vehicle and generator exhaust must be expelled safely into roadways and not into adjacent campsites.
Anyone needing a generator for health issues must check in with the Campground Check in Trailer and speak with the Campground Hosts. Anyone requesting exception to this rule must have an approved "exhaust flow pipe" attached to their generator exhaust to vent the fumes upward and away from other campers in order to lessen the dangers of carbon monoxide. This would apply to motor homes and units with very low decibel generators.
Units with high decibel generators or no exhaust flow pipe will be moved to another location in the campground by the Campground Hosts and Speedway security so as not to disturb other campers, keep them awake, and maintain safety for all.
Campers are allowed to bring the family pet when visiting campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Pets are not permitted in the grandstand areas during race events. To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all guests and campers, it is important that you read and abide by the following Pet Policy:
Aggressive dogs of any breed cannot enter or stay at CMS campgrounds. If your dog shows behavior that is protective and unfriendly to strangers, please leave it home. If you decide to bring your dog and it exhibits this type of behavior, CMS personnel will ask you to leave.
A LEASH RULE is in effect whenever the animal is outside the owner's camping trailer, vehicle, motorhome or tent - there are no exceptions. All dogs must be under the control and visual observation of their owner at all times. No dog can be left tied up and unattended outside the owner's camping equipment.
Campers must clean up after their pets and properly dispose of the waste; this rule applies at all times no matter where the pets relieve themselves in the campgrounds or parking areas. Please do not walk your pet through another camper's site or allow them to relieve themselves on someone else's site.
Allowing your pet to bark uncontrollably day or night will not be permitted and in such event, you may be asked to leave.
Service dogs are always welcome at all CMS campgrounds. However, these animals must follow leash restraint policies and may not exhibit aggressive behavior.
The users of this camping space are prohibited from conducting commerce or engaging in any marketing activities. This prohibition includes, but is not limited to, the sale of goods, sampling, signage, surveying, food vending or any other activity that in the sole discretion of the staff of Charlotte Motor Speedway is deemed detrimental to the facility. Violation of this policy will result in forfeiture of the camping space and any monies paid. Camping spaces may also not be used for advertising, promotion (including contests or sweepstakes) or trade purposes without the express written consent of Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Check-Out: 12:00PM Check-In: 1:00PM
This campground is our only full hook-up campground that includes water, sewer and electrical (30A and 50A) hook-ups.
Sewer adapters are mandatory.
A bath house is on the property; please check-in to get the door code.
Wi-Fi is available.
Openly displayed alcoholic beverages are not permitted in our Turn 4 Family Campground.
This campground is family friendly, and activities determined unsuitable are up to the discretion of the Campground Host.
Vehicle roofs and/or standing platform floors are subject to height restrictions: Charlotte Motor Speedway & NASCAR Race Control reserve the right to require any customer to lower and/or remove their campsite equipment. Any camping equipment above the listed height restriction is subject to modification according to the discretion of CMS and Race Control.
South Infield (Turns 1 & 2) 10 feet maximum depending on location
- Tents, Vans, and very small campers only
- Motorhomes, RVs, & 5th Wheels will not be permitted in south infield.
North Infield (Turns 3 & 4) 13.5 feet maximum
- RVs only (Tents allowed only in specified area during All-Star weekend)
All fans and visitors must have an infield credential/wristband which must be displayed at all times and subject to inspection for re-entry.
Grandstand tickets are not acceptable for admission into the infield.
No skateboards, scooters, etc. of any kind are permitted in infield campground. Pedal bicycles will be allowed for ease of transportations.
No wagon races or other reckless activity that could cause serious injury are permitted.
No firewood, fire rings, or campfires permitted at anytime.
Vehicle roofs and/or standing platform floors are subject to height restrictions:
No grilling of any kind during race activities.
Charlotte Motor Speedway, LLC reserves the right to make adjustments/changes to Campground rules at their discretion, with or without notice.