Charlotte motor speedway is also named as Lowe’s Motor Speedway. It is a motorsports complex situated in Concord North Carolina. It is 13 miles distanced from Charlotte. It has many features with a 1.5 miles Quad Oval Track that is hosting the Nascar racing events that includes Coca Cola 600 which is on the Memorial Day weekends, Nascar All-Star Race and the Bank of America 500. The track has a capacity of 94000 seats. It is owned and operated by the Speedway Motorsports Corporation. The ground of the track broke in 1959. It was opened in 1960. The manufacturing cost of this track is 1.25 million American Dollars. Architects of this track are Bruton Smith and Curtis Turner. Speedway has three type of track that includes Quad Oval, ZMAX Dragway and the Dirt Track. Quad Oval has an Asphalt surface with a length of 1.5 mile. It has four turns with a banking degree of 24. Straight track has a banking degree of 5. ZMAX dragway has a surface of Asphalt with a length of 0.25 mile. The Dirt Track has a clay surface with a length of 0.4 miles.
Current events hosted by Charlotte Speedway include Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series; Nascar All-Star Race, Coca-Cola 600, Bank of America 500. Nascar Xfinity Series; Hisense 4K TV 300, Drive for the Cure 300. Nascar Camping World Truck Series; North Carolina Education Lottery 200, Nascar Whelen Southern Modified Tour, Southern Slam 150. NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series; NHRA Carolina Nationals, ZMax 4 Wide Nationals. MXGP; MXGP of Americas, World of Outlaws; Circle K/NOS Energy Drink Outlaw Showdown (Craftsman Sprint Cars), Bad Boy Off Road World Finals (Craftsman Sprint Cars, Craftsman Late Models, Super DIRTcar Series).
Former races hosted by track include American LeMans Series (2000), ASA National Tour (2004), ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards (1996–2004), Champ Truck World Series  (2015), Fastrak Racing Series (2006–2010), IMSA GT Championship (1971, 1974, 1982–1986), INEX raceCeiver Legends Car Series/Bandoleros; Legend Car Dirt Nationals (2001) and INEX Bandolero Nationals (2015).
In the year of 2000, bridge that was built to cross the track to the parking was collapsed while fans were crossing. 100 plus fans were injured as the bridge fall 17 feet to the ground. Over 50 lawsuits were filed against the speedway but many of them were settled-out in the court. The incident considered as the biggest disasters of the Nascar events.