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NASCAR Hall of Fame’s 2014 Race Viewing Party Schedule Announced

February 19, 2014

$10 Race Viewing Parties Include Daytona 500 on Feb. 23, Aaron’s 499 on May 4 and more

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Feb. 19, 2014) – Fans and their families are invited to the NASCAR Hall of Fame to experience the thrill of watching a race on the big screen in the High Octane Theater. Select NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races will be shown throughout the 2014 race season. The lineup begins with the Daytona 500 on Feb. 23, continues throughout the year with several day and night races, and ends with the crowning of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 16.

“It's hard to beat the experience of attending a race in person, but fans looking for the next best alternative will find it at a race viewing party at the NASCAR Hall of Fame,” said Winston Kelley, NASCAR Hall of Fame executive director. “Watching the race on the big screen, hearing the engines revving up on theater speakers and listening in on race teams through a scanner makes for a memorable race experience for those who can’t travel to every race or are just looking for a fun way to cheer on their favorite driver with other fans.”

The 278-seat High Octane Theater features comfortable high-back rocking seats and a 64-foot-wide, curved projection screen with surround sound. Admission to each race viewing party is $10 for the general public and free for NASCAR Hall of Fame members. Tickets include admission to the race viewing party and the use of a personal race scanner. To cap off the experience, the two large side screens in the theater will feature direct-from-track, commercial free in-car feeds of two drivers, giving fans a behind-the-wheel view of the race. Food, soft drinks, beer and wine will be available for purchase at the race viewing parties.

2014 Race Viewing Party Schedule 
(Doors open one hour prior to the race; all times are ET.)





Sunday, Feb. 23

1 p.m.

Daytona 500

Daytona International Speedway

Saturday, April 12

6:30 p.m.

Bojangles' Southern 500

Darlington Raceway

Sunday, May 4

1 p.m.

Aaron's 499

Talladega Superspeedway

Saturday, May 10

7:30 p.m.

May Kansas Race

Kansas Speedway

Sunday, June 15

1 p.m.

Quicken Loans 400

Michigan International Speedway

Saturday, July 5

7:30 p.m.

Coke Zero 400 

Daytona International Speedway

Saturday, Aug. 23

7:30 p.m.

Irwin Tools Night Race

Bristol Motor Speedway

Sunday, Nov. 16

3 p.m.

Ford Ecoboost 400

Homestead-Miami Speedway

*All events are subject to change without notice.

In addition to the race viewing parties in the High Octane Theater, the NASCAR Hall of Fame will show most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races live on the TVs in the theater lobby during normal operating hours. Guests must purchase a standard NASCAR Hall of Fame admission for access.

Tickets to the NASCAR Hall of Fame can be purchased by calling (877) 231-2010 or at nascarhall.com. Admission is $19.95 for adults, $17.95 for seniors and military, $12.95 for children 5-12 and free for children younger than 5. Memberships are available starting at $125. The NASCAR Hall of Fame is open daily 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. For more details, visit nascarhall.com. Updates are available at facebook.com/nascarhall or by following @NASCARHall on Twitter.

About the NASCAR Hall of Fame
Conveniently located in Uptown Charlotte, N.C., the 150,000-square-foot NASCAR Hall of Fame is an interactive, entertainment attraction honoring the history and heritage of NASCAR. The high-tech venue, designed to educate and entertain race fans and non-fans alike, opened May 11, 2010, and includes artifacts, hands-on exhibits, a 278-person state-of-the-art theater, Hall of Honor, Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant, NASCAR Hall of Fame Gear Shop and NASCAR Productions-operated broadcast studio. The venue is open 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. seven days a week and has an attached parking garage on Brevard Street. The five-acre site also includes a privately developed 19-story office tower and 102,000-square-foot expansion to the Charlotte Convention Center, highlighted by a 40,000-square-foot ballroom. The NASCAR Hall of Fame is owned by the City of Charlotte, licensed by NASCAR and operated by the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority. nascarhall.com