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Recharge Your Crew with a Virtual Team Build Program

Accelerate connection and collaboration with your office crew – take on the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Virtual Team Build program.

VIRTUAL TEAM BUILD

To build a championship-winning team, connection and communication are key. Recharge teammates and get the best out of your crew with the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Virtual Team Build program. Whether you’re looking to engage with your team members on a deeper level or want a change of pace from the typical meeting, completing this program will have your team in Victory Lane in no time.

Tailor a Virtual Team Build to Fit Your Needs

Choose from a list of Ice Breakers and Activities.

Select what’s best for your team from a list of exciting ice breakers (15 minutes) and pit stop activities (30 minutes), for a combined total of 45 minutes in length.

Each of these activities are designed to encourage collaboration, improve communication, and enhance decision-making skills – all while working together in an engaging and fun way.

Ice Breaker Options

15 Minutes Each - Choose One

Whether it's trivia, hands-on activities or learning about each other’s differences, warm up the conversation and strengthen relationships with the people you work with every day.

What’s at your desk and why? icon

A NASCAR driver’s “office” is their car. Whether they have empowering quotes to get them race-day-ready or pictures of family inside, each driver has an item that is special to them. In everyday life, what we have at our desks has some sort of meaning and significance to us. In this ice breaker, team members will share why they have these distinct items at their desks to their teammates.

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Appreciation, Communication

Hawk Eye icon

High above a race track, spotters are keeping a keen eye on their driver to help them navigate traffic. In this ice breaker, you will need to test your communication skills to see if your colleagues can identify an object by the words you choose.

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Appreciation, Communication

Make Your Move icon

Weekly drivers are introduced to the fans at the track and they craft their own entrances. Do you have a favorite song or dance? Now is your time to create your own entrance.

Team Building Skills: Appreciation

Team icon

In NASCAR, team members identify their location in the race by using spotters and a two-way radio system. In this activity, team members will play an “I spy” game based off of a photo mural designed by the Hall. Then, team members will ask five questions to try and figure out what the individual is describing.

Team Building Skills: Appreciation, Diversity

Celebration - Track Style icon

Every track has unique food and drinks offered for every race. For example, Martinsville Speedway serves Jesse Jones Southern Style Red Hot Dogs. At Bristol Motor Speedway, they’re known for their Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese Poutine. In this ice breaker, individuals will create a unique drink or snack from items in their house that they’re ‘known for.’

Team Building Skills: Diversity, Collaboration

Test your knowledge icon

Every team and driver keeps up with the news and media to stay relevant, gain knowledge and to make connections. In this ice breaker, your team will get tested on social media, pop culture and NASCAR, for a fun and fast paced trivia (20 questions) activity. Earn points to gain an advantage in your Pit Stop activity.

Team Building Skills: Collaboration

Pit Stop Activity Options

30 to 45 Minutes Each - Choose One

Enlist your team in challenging scenarios and collaborate to solve problems in a fast and effective way.

Fast and Effective icon

Pit stops at race tracks need to be fast and effective in order to help propel the team to victory. Communicating effectively in the professional field is just as important in order to work together as a team. The Hall team will give an individual a word or phrase. Then team members will try to guess what the word or phrase is in as few of words as possible. Teams that use the fewest amount of words will win.

Length: 30 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Appreciation, Communication, Flexibility, Problem Solving

Whirl of Race Tires icon

The sound of welding, hammers and shop talk all are signs of race cars being built. In this activity, team members will work in small groups (3-5 members) to build a race car. Teams can either receive a purchased kit from the Hall or utilize common household objects. Once teams have built their cars, they will need to race against each other for the title of “Best Race Team.”

Length: 45 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Flexibility, Collaboration, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Strategy

Car Challenge icon

Dip sticks, tire gauges, jacks and filters. Each of these parts are key to working a race car. In this activity, teams will work together to determine who will complete a task, whether it be working on a race car or trying to figure out a mental challenge – all that highlight the diversity of talents to contribute to success.

Length: 45 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Communication, Problem Solving, Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, Strategy

What's the Story icon

It’s important for radio, TV, social media and news professionals to engage with fans during and after a race. Being able to paint pictures and capture/hold imagination is critical for fans. In this activity, teams will need to create their own story from a series of pictures to share with the group. Sound effects are highly encouraged.

Length: 30 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Communication, Flexibility, Collaboration, Strategy

Pieces and Parts icon

Teams utilize different pieces, parts and tools to construct their race cars. Race team professionals must determine which tools make the race team operate at its best, while also providing a challenge to drivers. Each of us use our own distinct tools as part of our jobs. In this activity, you will work with a colleague to construct a “whatchamacallit.” One person will have the name of the item, while the other person must figure out how to build it without visual clues.

Length: 45 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Communication, Flexibility, Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, Strategy

Mentally Strong icon

To perform at the top level, teams including drivers, engineers, and pit crews must be mentally strong. In this activity, team members will work in small groups to complete a series of physical and mental challenges for top performance.

Length: 30 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Flexibility, Collaboration, Problem Solving, Conflict Resolution, Decision Making, Strategy

Life on the Road icon

Every weekend during a race season, teams travel the country to compete. In our version of Life on the Road, team members need to plan their road trip from track to track with a budget and make strategic decisions and solve problems that can either advance you or push back your plans.

Length: 30 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Flexibility, Problem Solving, Decision Making

In the Pits icon

Race car drivers practice their skills every day to make sure their reaction times are the fastest they can be. This intense activity will test your own skills through a series of brain teasers, images, and product and brand identification to design your team’s car sponsorship package. Working in small groups, each team member must complete a task (like a relay race) before the next person can start.

Length: 30 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Time Management, Communication, Flexibility, Collaboration, Problem Solving, Decision Making

Innovation Station icon

In NASCAR, there is a new rule or guideline developed almost every week, with teams having to adapt in very little time. In this activity, team members will be working together as a singular group to draw, create and imagine a solution to a problem in the form of a singular concept. Team members will create their own understanding of the concept based on their team member’s word or artistic talents. Guess right and you’ll get a point.

Length: 30 Minutes

Team Building Skills: Appreciation, Flexibility, Collaboration, Decision Making

Customized Activity icon

Based on team building skills or company needs, the Hall staff will work with your company to create a specialized activity that fits your team’s needs.

Team Building Skills can be made available upon request.

Program Highlights

  • Each team will have a customized virtual activity
  • Dedicated staff members will narrate your experience
  • Materials and supplies will be provided. Additional shipping charges may apply.

Pricing

  • $125 – Up to 20 employees
  • $175 – 21-40 employees
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NASCAR Hall of Fame Group Sales

Bryan Kowert

Bryan Kowert

Senior Manager, Group Sales 704-654-4435 Email
Amy Lopez

Amy Lopez

Group Sales Manager 704-654-4437 Email