Smith Heritage Invitational Returns Saturday, April 6

A trilogy of Ferraris, unique one-of-ones and multi-million-dollar works of art will come together at Charlotte Motor Speedway in a never-before-seen collection of automobiles for the second annual Smith Heritage Invitation on Saturday, April 6, as part of AutoFair.

The Smith Heritage Invitational is a unique assemblage of vehicles owned by renowned collectors like Scott Borchetta, Rick Hendrick, Rob Kauffman, Nick Soprano and the famed Savoy Automobile Museum. Carefully curated in partnership with Ray Evernham, the display features many of the world’s most desired automobiles on the infield of historic Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“Every automobile has a story, and many are entangled in our past through family legacy, sports and history,” said Greg Walter, executive vice president and general manager at Charlotte Motor Speedway. “This year’s Smith Heritage Invitational not only embodies the artistry of the car, but it provides us a chance to celebrate the beautiful stories behind these vehicles with car enthusiasts who share a similar passion.”

From the Marmon Wasp that won the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911, to a one-of-one 1968 Ferrari 275 GTB and the twin-turbo-powered 2021 McLaren Elva, this year’s exquisite collection represents a cross-section of history, artistry and innovation.

The Smith Heritage Invitational will be held in the infield of Charlotte Motor Speedway from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. as part of the exciting four-day AutoFair.

The Invitational’s schedule for Saturday, April 6:

8 a.m.: Gates open
9 a.m.: Opening Ceremonies
9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.: Panel discussions with owners
1:30-2:30 p.m.: Awards Ceremony

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The AutoFair will transform the famed 1.5-mile speedway throughout the weekend. The latest technology, trends, parts and products will fill the Manufacturer’s Midway. Guests can ride shotgun along the infield road course with Ford Performance Racing and explore the latest from the world of RVing in an all-new Camping World display. The reconfigured swap meet, hosted by the Hornet’s Nest Region AACA, will provide a wide array of hard-to-find parts and memorabilia.

TICKETS:

Single-day tickets start at $10 for adults. Admission is FREE for children 12 and under with an adult. Tickets are available online at CharlotteMotorSpeedway.com or at the gate. Attendees can upgrade their AutoFair experience to include high-end hospitality in the Champions Pavilion, featuring private appearances by industry leaders, food, VIP parking and more.

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