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NASCAR America: Charlotte Motor Speedway welcomes Camp Luck

Charlotte Motor Speedway and NASCAR helped give attendees of Camp Luck an unforgettable day.

Camp Luck, founded by 2016 Comcast Community Champion Award winner Wade Jackson (a fabricator for JR Motorsports), had a great day recently at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The track welcomed several dozen campers, many with health challenges, who got to enjoy a number of activities and also witnessed several NASCAR-related events such as climbing the Speedway’s 24-degree banking, as well as watching a 13-second tire-changing exhibition put on by Richard Childress Racing.

“It’s good to be here, it’s good to see the enthusiasm,” said Xfinity Series driver Daniel Hemric. “I could see and hear kids running around and screaming and having a good time. That’s what it’s all about.”