Private Flights to NASCAR Events Across the Country
Renting a private jet to a NASCAR race is the most comfortable, stylish and secure way to go from tarmac to trackside.
There are 36 championship-points events held at 23 tracks across 20 states. In total, there are more than 1,500 events across 11 official series, taking place at 37. Click on any city below to find out more details about private aviation in each area.
Most sports reserve their biggest event for the end of the year. Not auto racing, who kicks off their season by hosting “The Superbowl of NASCAR” at the birthplace of American Stock Car Racing — Daytona Beach, Florida.
Private planes fill the sky in the weeks leading up the Daytona 500 as owners, drivers and team members arrive on their team’s private jet; the days leading up to the race see a flurry of aviation activity as fans fly private to (KDAB) Daytona Beach International from around the world — the airport it’s conveniently located next door to Daytona International Speedway, although next door to a 2.5-mile tri-oval is still be quite a hike.
Due to the high volume of private jet and turbo-prop activity brought on by the Daytona 500 and other NASCAR races across the country, many airfields assign airport slots to help handle traffic.
Airport slots are essentially time slots for permitted arrivals and departures. As more and more flights are scheduled at a general and private aviation fields close to popular sporting events, your arrival/departure times may be limited based on available slots. Learn more about renting a private jet to the Daytona 500.
Located 7 miles west of Concord’s central business district, (JQF) Concord Regional Airport is a city-owned, public-use airport classified by the FAA as a reliever airport for (KCLT) Charlotte Douglas.
Although many airports in the U.S. have the same three-letter identifier for the FAA and IATA, (KJQF) Concord Regional is assigned JQF by the FAA but had no designation from the IATA until 2013, when it was assigned the IATA code USA — more on Airport Codes.
(JQF) Concord Regional offers a single asphalt runway (2/20) measuring 7,400 feet; since it’s runway expansion to accommodate larger private jets in the early 2000’s, several NASCAR racing teams now base their aircraft fleets at Concord Regional, earning it the nickname “NASCAR’s Airport”.
Motorsports teams often fly private out of Concord Regional instead of Charlotte Douglas due to its affordability and proximity to their headquarters; the airport’s proximity to I-85 offers convenient access to Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Z-max Dragway.
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