NASCAR has the widest variety of racing you can see. And you do want to see this action in person — whether it's freight-train pack madness at mammoth Daytona International Speedway, turning left and right on road courses, or bumper-banging hit-and-runs at tiny paper clip-shaped Martinsville
No matter how good your home theater setup is, nothing compares to the power and energy you can experience at the track. Add in the odd brush with drivers and other famous people, and you can make memories that last a lifetime.
All 23 of NASCAR's current race tracks have something to offer. Some just offer a better fan experience than others.