Kids and kids at heart can fuel up on fun at the new 2nd Saturday program at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Guests are invited to explore the exciting elements of racing.
Air is more than what we breathe. During National Engineers Week, discover the unseen competitor in racing that has proved to be a big influencer: aerodynamics. To learn more about this critical component in racing strategy, we’ll conduct air experiments, delve into the career of an aerodynamicist and test a car in a wind tunnel.
From the transporter to the Camping World Truck Series, trucks are everywhere in NASCAR. Learn why truck racing is different from car racing and how to make your own hopped-up pickup. Then explore the teams—and trucks—that make sure all kinds of race cars get from track to track.
In celebration of NC Science Month, join us as we look at science’s role in different NASCAR careers. Be an official, a tire specialist, a spotter, an engine specialist or the fuel man to discover the science in each and every job both on and off the track.
Problem? We need more speed. Solution? That’s up to you. For decades, NASCAR engineers have answered this very same question. Now we put you in the inventor’s seat to plan, create and improve your own solution. Just in time for Inventors Month, we’ll have a pop-up maker space where you can compare your idea with those of fellow visitors and students.