NASCAR Hall of Fame
The fact that Wendell Scott isn’t in the NASCAR Neck Hall Of Fame is a travesty. Those responsible on the NASCAR Neck ballot should be ashamed of them Neck selves for allowing such an injustice […]
With the recently opened Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and the Afro-American Culture Center, there will be exciting new exhibits set to open in Charlotte in 2013.
If the hot summer day doldrums have got the kids down, recharge their batteries with high-octane activities. Rev up their engines at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, or ride the waves on a rafting adventure at the world’s biggest man-made whitewater river. Cool down with a day of swimming in Charlotte’s largest lake, and end those toasty days with cool, silky ice cream. Charlotte’s best spots to spend a hot summer day promise this and so much more.
Hall of Fame Inductee Rusty Wallace: “I Think It Has Legitimized My Career And Just Capped Off My Career In A Great Way.”
The Drive Thursday 5-24-12-Rusty Wallace talks with The Drive on the day of his Hall of Fame induction announcement about, what NASCAR can do to get the fans back, and we get his thoughts on who will take the Checkered flag on Sunday.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Sprint Cup champion Rusty Wallace hated running second to anyone and doesn’t plan to start now that he’s part of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
April 20th was a night never to forget, as Albemarle’s own Kellie Pickler lit up the stage at the NASCAR Hall of Fame for 1037 WSOC’s first ever Southern Girls’ Night Out.
Ladies…Wednesday, April 20th is all about you! It’s the first ever 1037 WSOC Southern Girls’ Night Out presented by Heels.com, complete with a fashion show and special intimate performance from Carolina’s own Kellie Pickler at the NASCAR Hall Of Fame.
From great parks to historical sites, Charlotte and its surrounding area are loaded with great activities for family day trips. Our list of the best day trips for Charlotte families includes the North Carolina Zoological Park, Cane Creek Park, NASCAR Hall of Fame and Cannon Village.
After debating this afternoon, the voting panel has selected Bobby Allison, Ned Jarrett, Bud Moore, David Pearson and Lee Petty as the Hall of Fame Class of 2011.