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NASCAR will honor its loyal supporters by hosting a free Fan Appreciation Day at its Hall of Fame February 1.

"Our sport is unique in many ways, starting with our fans -- the most loyal fans in all of sports," exclaimed NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France. "Any successes we have start with our fans, which is why we always look for opportunities to give back."

In addition to meeting such stars as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Greg Biffle, Denny Hamlin and 17 other NASCAR national series drivers, as well as Class of 2014 Hall of Fame inductees Jack Ingram, Dale Jarrett and Maurice Petty, fans will be treated (without charge) to a number of new exhibits including a Champions exhibit honoring Jimmie Johnson, Austin Dillon and Matt Crafton; a “Memorable Moments” display featuring recent significant NASCAR milestones; a revamped Glory Road exhibit, and newly “rewrapped” Gen-6 racing simulators, as well as “artifacts from the Class of 2014.”

Note: Hall of Fame will close following NASCAR Fan Appreciation Day for a special Junior Johnson Midnight Moon Sign & Shine. The event will feature a private Q&A and autograph session with Junior Johnson and other NASCAR Hall of Famers, and a free tasting at the Midnight Moon moonshine bar. Fans purchasing NASCAR Hall of Fame memberships at NASCAR Fan Appreciation Day will have access to the event.

The NASCAR Hall of Fame is located at 400 E. Martin Luther King Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28202. For more information call them at 704 654-4400/888 902-6463.*



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