Charlotte Motor Speedway Names Greg Walter President - Engine Builder Magazine

Charlotte Motor Speedway Names Greg Walter President

Walter oversees daily operations of the facility, which includes the 1.5-mile superspeedway, the zMAX Dragway, and The Dirt Track at Charlotte.

Greg Walter, a 25-year veteran of Speedway Motorsports, was promoted from executive vice president and general manager to president of Charlotte Motor Speedway. Walter oversees daily operations of the facility, which includes the 1.5-mile superspeedway, the zMAX Dragway, and The Dirt Track at Charlotte.

Walter joined Speedway Motorsports in 1999 as vice president of sales for Atlanta Motor Speedway before being promoted to the national sales team in 2014. For more information: speedwaymotorsports.com.

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