The NASCAR Hall of Fame opened their doors with a one-hour star studded ceremony to mark the facilities 150,000 square foot building.
The ceremony included North Carolina governor Beverly Perdue, Charlotte dignitaries and drivers from past and present NASCAR era’s.
The city of Charlotte spent $195 million building the Hall Of Fame which is the most technologically advanced Hall of Fame facility in professional sports.
The building, much like other hall of fame locations, features plenty of memorabilia, exhibits that show off old NASCAR lore and 154 video screens, interactive activities and racing simulators.
The inaugural class will be inducted on May 23rd 2010.