Charlotte County Motorsports Park
The Charlotte County Motorsports Park (originally Charlotte County Speedway) is an asphalt, 3/8th mile racetrack located in Punta Gorda, Florida, United States. It plays host to Super Late Models, late models, sprint cars, sportsmen, open wheeled modified, FASTRUCK, FASTKIDS, and several other types of racing. It sports one the largest fields of late models in the South. The track is owned and operated by Bobby Diehl. The owner is well known for supporting the local community and often features local charities during the race weekend. The track has been featured several times on the cover of Circle Track Magazine as one of the top circle tracks in the South Eastern United States.
The history of the track includes coming back from the wrath of Hurricane Charley in 2004, but was rebuilt and reopened in 2005. It has come back and runs strong. New management took over the track for the 2007 season. Many improvements have been made and many more are planned. It supports races, community events, and rock concerts.
It features racing every Saturday night starting at 6:00 P.M. Check out its website for upcoming events.
It is currently owned and operated by Kevin Williams
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