NASCAR in North Carolina

After World War II, stock car racing evolved as a sport in the foothills and Piedmont of North Carolina. It quickly became one of the deepest traditions in North Carolina popular culture. Several world-class tracks stretch across the state and provide fans a chance to watch the legends of the sport every year.

North Carolina is the birthplace and home of many NASCAR legends, including Dale Garrett, Dale Earnhardt, and Richard Petty.



ACE Speedway
Loch Haven Golf Center
Lowe's Motor Speedway
N.C. Auto Racing Hall of Fame Museum
North Carolina Speedway
Richard Petty Museum
Richmond Pines Country Club

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The North Carolina State Flag bears the state colors or red, white and blue.

The Flag bears two dates in its blue field on the left. May 20, 1775 was the year North Carolina signed the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence was issued and April 12, 1776 is the date of the Halifax Resolves. North Carolina was the first colony to declare its independence from England well before July 4, 1776.

 


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