The Home Teams: NASCAR Race Shops
Step inside the cutting-edge facilities where it all begins
NASCAR Race Shops are an essential part of what makes Cabarrus County, North Carolina a premier motorsports destination. Navigate the speed scene with this guide and get a behind-the-scenes look at how teams prepare for race day. You may even catch a glimpse of your favorite driver or crew members!
Know before you go! Many race shops in Cabarrus County have adjusted their hours and operations. Browse the list below and be sure to call before visiting to confirm the most up-to-date information.
Stop in and spend some time at this state-of-the-art facility in Concord. Get up close to the action as crews prepare for the next race at the vast viewing area. Looking for the most current caps, apparel, die-cast replicas or other souvenirs? You’ll find them at the Team Store right on campus.
Located one mile from Charlotte Motor Speedway, HMS is the home of four NASCAR Cup Series teams. See inside at viewing areas in both the 48/88 and 9/24 shops, and visit the Museum & Team Store featuring Hendrick history and exclusive souvenirs such as tires and lug nuts used in competition.
Start your experience with the roar of the engines as pit crews practice on campus. Step inside the 100-seat theater to see Roush Fenway Racing’s greatest moments, and share their pride by taking in the winning cars, trophies and memorabilia on display. Before you leave, stop at RFR’s retail store for apparel and other official merch.
Experience the energy inside this 140,000-square-foot facility owned by 2011 NASCAR Cup champion, Tony Stewart and Haas Automation founder, Gene Haas. Winning cars are displayed with nostalgic racing portraits and trophies. Preview cars through large viewing windows and pick up the latest gear at the SHR Team Store.
Looking for even more horsepower?
These are just a few of the race shops fans can explore while visiting “Where Racing Lives!” Find the full list of race shops in the Charlotte region, schedule a tour, and find even more ways to discover motorsports heritage at the Visitor Center.
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