Coca Cola 600 Packages

Coca Cola 600 Packages

Sun, May 28, 2017

Charlotte Motor Speedway

Charlotte, NC

NASCAR returns to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the 2017 Coca Cola 600! Veranda seating, race shop tours, accommodations on “Speed Street”, and the longest race of the season make for an exciting weekend! Our 2017 Coca Cola 600 race ticket packages are now on sale!

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Coca Cola 600 Travel Package

The Coca-Cola 600 is not only the longest race on the NASCAR calendar, but it is also one the hottest tickets and most exciting spectacles in the sport. Held on Memorial Day weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the race usually lasts at least four hours and finishes up under the lights. That makes for some changing conditions for drivers and their teams, especially when it comes to tires and the different temperatures during the day and night. With room for 115,000 people in the grandstand and at least 50,000 more in the infield, Charlotte Motor Speedway (formerly Lowe’s Motor Speedway) is a great place to watch a race. The track actually removed some seats in ’08, and that has made Coca-Cola 600 tickets even scarcer. That’s why it’s a smart move to buy a Coca Cola 600 travel package that includes race tickets, Charlotte hotel accommodations, and optional extras like Nationwide Series tickets or admission to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Charlotte Motor Speedway is also the home the Sprint All Star Race, usually held one week prior, and we have travel packages that can put you in Charlotte for both races so you can have Sprint All Star Race tickets and then enjoy some relaxation in North Carolina before heading back to the track for the Coca-Cola 600. We also have travel packages for all the other NASCAR races during the year, including the Bank of America 500 at “The Beast of the Southeast,” the well-earned nickname for Charlotte Motor Speedway.

To add even more excitement to the race, there is talk of adding a $20 million bonus for a driver who wins the Indy 500 and the Coca-Cola 600. That would truly be a tremendous accomplishment, and that’s certainly a handsome reward for pulling it off. You can be there to see it all in person with a Coca-Cola 600 package from