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Food Lion Auto Fair is one of the biggest car shows of in the United States that takes place twice a year at North Carolina’s Charlotte Motor Speedway, attracting over a hundred thousand car enthusiasts and featuring over fifty car clubs as well as over ten thousand vendor spaces which are known for offering an extensive variety of memorabilia and automotive parts. More than fifteen hundred collectible vehicles from all types, models and makes will be exhibited for sale within the car corral which is surrounded by a ring of superspeedway, where it will also hold a collector car auction. The show stretches across four days in which fans can also avail the event’s camping facilities. During this time, visitors have the opportunity of attending the International Driving School of US Legend Cars where the ‘Legends’ refer to bootlegger models dating back to the thirties and forties, while they can also stop by the pavilion to explore the car display that includes the likes of the Buicks with the Buick Apollo race car that was driven by the famous Bobby Allison in 1987. Such chances provided only by means of Food Lion Auto Fair tickets have made the event a super hot place for car-freaks.
The pavilion at Food Lion Auto Fair also holds cars that go back more than a century, displaying the 1905 Buick Model C, which is considered to be among the oldest vehicles from a US manufacturer. The Fall Meet event exhibits the most number of rare and beautiful automobile that are also available for sale. Produced by America’s Antique Automobile Club called Hornets Nest Region, the event welcomes fans to take part in the Charlotte Auto Fair, which is supposed to provide the best and biggest collector car display of the Southeast. The goal of Hornets Nest Region is to help in the preservation and restoration of vehicles that are twenty-five or more years older, and to restore its exteriors, interiors and running system to as well as it was when the vehicle was manufactured. The organization has arranged Food Lion Auto Fair for more than thirty years so that auto enthusiasts may gain from as well as contribute to the goal.
The venue of Food Lion Auto Fair, Charlotte Motor Speedway is ranked among the top sports venues of the country that usually holds up to three hundred and eighty events every year. The speedway is basically a motorsport complex featuring a one and half mile long track that allows the hosting of Sprint All-Star Race and Cola-Cola 600. The speedway was constructed by Bruton Smith in 1959 and is currently owned and run by Speedway Motorsports. The complex covers about two thousand acres and features the only four-lane, all-concrete drag strip in the country, while it also has a clay oval patch where it holds dirt racing such as the finals of the World of Outlaws. Alongside hosting races, the speedway is also known to be the filming spot of commercials and movies such as DaysofThunder. The place has been popular among tourists and serves as an excellent car testing ground. It holds many driving schools throughout the year including the Richard Petty Driving Experience. More importantly, the venue is the hosting ground of many NASCAR events such as the Sprint Cup Series, Camping World Cup Series, and Nationwide Series among many others.
Food Lion Auto Fair of Spring 2005, featured a sculpture exhibition called Twentieth Century Dinosaurs by well-known late American sculptor Jim Gary, who created dinosaur art using discarded automobile parts. The display titled Garysaurases, was put under a special tent that received high attendance, while an enormous Gary sculpture, which was more than forty feet long, was presented at the raceway’s entrance throughout the fair. Food Lion Auto Fair tickets are up for grabs already, so hurry to book them and see what surprising features await you this season.