TOURING & WEEKLY CHAMPIONS WILL CELEBRATE IN CHARLOTTE
Returns to Convention Center, NASCAR Hall For Two Nights of
champions from across the globe will return to
Charlotte, North Carolina, in December to celebrate
their 2016 season.
For the seventh consecutive year, the NASCAR Hall of
Fame at the Charlotte Convention Center will play
host to the awards shows which honor the top drivers
in NASCARís weekly and touring series.
The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards, which
celebrates the top short-track drivers in the United
States and Canada, will be on Friday, Dec. 9. The
NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards takes place
the following evening, Saturday, Dec. 10.
The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards, the
highlight of the weekly racing season, will honor
the 2016 Division I national champion, as well as
showcase the track champions from 58 tracks, U.S.
state and Canadian provincial champions, national
champions from Div. II through V, top rookies and
special award winners.
Honorees at the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring
Awards will include the champions from the NASCAR
K&N Pro Series East and West, NASCAR Whelen Modified
Tour, NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, NASCAR
Pintyís Series and NASCAR Whelen Euro Series.
The week draws short-track stakeholders from across
the United States, as well as Canada and Europe, to
Charlotte for a week of activities including
championsí dinners, track operator functions and
Additional special award winners will be recognized
at the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Grand
Champions event the morning of Friday, Dec. 9, and
the NASCAR Touring Series Grand Champions event the
morning of Saturday, Dec. 10. Both will take place
at The Westin Charlotte.
The popular annual NASCAR Champions Karting Event
will once again visit GoPro Motorplex in
Mooresville, North Carolina, on Thursday, Dec. 8.
The event, which is open to fans, will pit the six
NASCAR touring champions and the NASCAR Whelen
All-American Series national champion against each
other for ultimate bragging rights.
The Series Champions dinner, a private VIP dinner
for each series champion driver and car owner, will
take place on Wednesday, Dec. 7. During this event,
the champions will unveil their names in the Whelen
Hall of Champions, a NASCAR Hall of Fame exhibit in
which every NASCAR champion is listed.
Both the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards
and the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards
will be streamed live in English, French and Spanish
NASCAR previously announced the dates for the NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series Awards (Dec. 2 at Wynn Las Vegas)
and the NASCAR XFINITY/NASCAR Camping World Truck
Series Awards (Nov. 21 at Loews Miami Beach Hotel).
Jason Christley / NASCAR
August 4, 2016