• Best Places to Settle Down for NASCAR Die-Hards

The rev of the engines, cars flying by at incredible speeds, the roar of a crowd – attending a NASCAR race is a thrilling experience. It’s no wonder the stock car racing organization has garnered fans from around the world since its founding in 1948.

The racing company has grown in both scope and popularity, with many hot spots around the country dedicated to it and the talented drivers and track workers who make the sport go round – and round, and round, lap after lap.

These are some of the best places NASCAR fans can live, cities that not only highlight the sport but are all-around great spots to settle down.

Indianapolis, Indiana

Indianapolis is considered the Racing Capital of the world. It’s home to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the largest sports venue and oldest race track in the world.

 This is not only where the NASCAR Cup Series takes place, but other races like the Indianapolis 500, drag racing at the NHRA U.S. Nationals, the Red Bull Air Race, and the INDYCAR Grand Prix.

 Within the speedway is a museum that has one of the world’s premier collections in racing, including vehicles representing NASCAR, Formula One, drag racing, short-track racing, and even motorcycles.

 You can also sign up for a racing experience and drive around the track.

 The fifteenth largest city in the United States, Indianapolis is the intersection of many things: travel, climate, economic opportunity, and the residents it attracts. Looking at houses for rent in Indianapolis is a smart move; the city boasts a low cost of living, and according to the US News and World Report Real Estate, the median home price is $277,071.

Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte is a mecca for racing fans thanks to the Charlotte Motor Speedway, which is considered the home track of NASCAR. It hosts the prestigious Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day weekend and the Bank of America Roval 400.

 NASCAR die-hards will love visiting the NASCAR Hall of Fame in the city. It’s an interactive and educational spot for racing fans that includes exhibits and artifacts, a Hall of Honor, a state-of-the-art theater, eateries, NASCAR gear shop, and the NASCAR Productions-operated broadcast studio.

 The Queen city gives residents a mix of urban and suburban qualities, with a lot of restaurants, shopping, entertainment venues, and parks. It’s suitable for both families and single folks.

Daytona Beach, Florida

The Daytona International Speedway is a must-see for racing fans. It’s the home of the Daytona 500, the most prestigious race in NASCAR as well as its season-opening event.

 The weeks leading up to the big event are packed with things to do in town – and you may even bump into a driver or two.

 Outside of the beautiful Florida weather that the area has to offer, there’s much to do for non-racing fans. Beaches are close by, as well as Walt Disney World and Orlando-area attractions, which are a mere hour’s drive.

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