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Charlotte Motor Speedway Announces Third Straight Sellout of Coca-Cola 600

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The 65th running of the Coca-Cola 600 is officially sold out, officials from Charlotte Motor Speedway announced on Wednesday.

It’s the third straight Memorial Day Weekend sellout for the facility, as the NASCAR Cup Series tackles the longest race on its 2024 schedule, running 400 laps (600 miles) around the 1.5-mile facility located in the sport’s backyard.

In attendance for one of NASCAR’s crown jewel events are fans from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the US territory of Puerto Rico, and 14 foreign countries – including Australia, Tanzania, and the Czech Republic.

Reserved grandstand and premium seating, standing-room-only tickets, and reserved camping inventory have been exhausted per Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“For more than six decades, the Coca-Cola 600 has long been a crown jewel event for our sport,” said Greg Walter, executive vice president and general manager of Charlotte Motor Speedway. “Outstanding on-track action, combined with a full weekend of music and patriotic military salutes on the eve of Memorial Day make this a bucket-list event for so many.

“Fans from around the world continue to make Charlotte their destination not only to take in the grand finale of the greatest day in motorsports, but to enjoy the NASCAR Hall of Fame, motorsport charity activities, and the many fan days at the race shops across the region.  May in Charlotte and Concord is a motorsports celebration and we’re honored to be a part of it.”

Reserved tickets are still available for the General Tire 150 (ARCA Menards Series), North Carolina Education Lottery 200 (NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series), and BetMGM 300 (NASCAR Xfinity Series).

A limited number of Coca-Cola 600 verified resale tickets are available via TicketMaster.

Since the debut of the seventh-generation racecar in 2022, Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Coca-Cola 600 have put on an incredible show, as the new racecar has shown to do at several intermediate tracks.

Last year, after a wild 600 miles of racing, Ryan Blaney ended his difficult start to the season with a trip to Victory Lane on NASCAR’s longest night — which had become even longer when rain postponed both the Cup Series and Xfinity Series events to Monday.

This weekend, Ryan Blaney, along with Team Penske teammates Joey Logano and Austin Cindric, along with several other race-winning caliber drivers, will look to snap a winless streak to start the year, hoping to earn a victory at the end of 600 miles.

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