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NORTH CAROLINA AUTO RACING HALL OF FAME 119 Knob Hill Rd. 704/663-5331, www.ncarhof.com HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. Sat. 10 A.M.-3 P.M.
COST: $6 adults, $4 seniors (55+) and children 6-12, free children under 6 The Hall of Fame doubles as the Mooresville visitors center. It’s often the first stop for race fans who want a free race shop guide and map, but the museum itself is worth a look. It contains 35 racecars, including several cars that were in NASCAR races as well as drag racers and stock cars. A film with some of the greatest moments in racing plays on a loop in the Goodyear Mini Theater, which is just a small screen behind a curtain at the back of the museum. The museum is a bit disorganized but there are some interesting cars on exhibit.
NORTH CAROLINA AUTO RACING WALK OF FAME
Main St. 704/663-5331, www.racecityusa.com Move over Hollywood, Mooresville has its own walk of fame. The walk was unveiled in 2009 and each granite marker pays tribute to a member of the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame. There are 13 markers on the walk to date, and a new one will be added each year. Richard Petty was the first inductee into the Hall of Fame in 1997 and has a place of honor in the first spot on the walk.
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