Visitors can take their turn behind the wheel of their personal vehicles on Nashville Superspeedway, NASCAR’s largest concrete track, during Wilson Bank & Trust Track Day on Saturday, July 16. The event benefits Easterseals Tennessee.
“As Middle Tennessee’s home for racing and entertainment, we always welcome the chance to open the track for a fantastic cause,” said Erik Moses, Nashville Superspeedway’s president and GM. “We look forward to seeing #NASHCAR fans take their laps on the same track that just tested NASCAR’s top talents last month.”
Nashville Superspeedway features 14-degree banking in the Turns, 9 degrees on the frontstretch and 6 degrees on the backstretch and has challenged America’s best drivers since 2001.
Wilson Bank & Trust Day happens Saturday, July 16 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Cost is $60 per vehicle, which includes three paced laps around Nashville Superspeedway (following the official pace car), plus a digital photo of your vehicle in Victory Lane.