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Women in the Winner's Circle
Exhibit | Showcase
Date: April 17, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location: Show map
NASCAR Hall of Fame
400 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Guest Services
Phone: 7046544400
Email: guestservices@nascarhall.com
Site: www.nascarhall.com

Danica Patrick is far from the only female trailblazer to hit the fast lane. Just in time for Women’s History Month in March, the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s newest exhibit, “Women in the Winner’s Circle,” will debut March 8 showcasing six decades of women in racing. Developed by The Henry Ford Museum and the Women in the Winner’s Circle Foundation, this traveling exhibit is makes a debut stop in Charlotte. The NASCAR Hall of Fame has added core exhibit artifacts from NASCAR pioneer Louise Smith, record-setting driver Patty Moise in addition to other former and current drivers including Janet Guthrie, Johanna Long, Jennifer Jo Cobb and more. The exhibit will also feature significant artifacts belonging to influential women in NASCAR, such as Kelley Earnhardt Miller, who owned cars that made it into Victory Lane. Mark your calendar to check out this display in the Great Hall featuring vehicles, uniforms, trophies and more unexpected memorabilia.




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