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360° of Speed

WBT Editorial

Charlotte's Morning News with Bo Thompson was live this morning (Friday) at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the WBT Road Show

After the broadcast had ended, our friends at the Speedway were kind enough to give us a little perspective.

If you're a race fan or even if you're not, you've seen aerial footage of the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

We were lucky enough to be given a little closer birds eye view... We went to the roof. Where the Spotter Stands are to be exact.

Check out the 360° view below, just click and drag to see the whole thing:

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