Program Highlights

NASCAR Hall of Fame Project:

It will be a fun evening… please consider attending!


Belmont Abbey College is honored to have been selected to participate in the 2012 NASCAR Kinetics…

2011 Motorsports Marketing Forum:

Two of Belmont Abbey College’s top Motorsports Management Program students were selected to participate…

2011 Charlotte Motor Speedway, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Bank of America 500:

A team of the Abbey's Motorsports Management Program students were involved in one of NASCAR’s…
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The Business of Motorsports

Serving the motorsports hub of Charlotte, NC, Belmont Abbey College’s Motorsports Management Program is the first, four-year business degree of its kind.

Now in its 7th year, the program continues to focus on best preparing students for business careers in the multi-billion dollar motorsports industry, through partnerships with sanctioning bodies, teams, tracks, media, sponsors, agencies and attractions.

The cohort-based curriculum integrates real world business case study platforms, national collegiate competition, top industry leaders, and unmatched internship opportunities.

No other Motorsports Management program in the country offers the quality, depth of curriculum, and top-notch teaching of Belmont Abbey College.

BAC Motorsports Management in the News:


Charlotte Business Journal:

Gaston Gazette:


Sport at the Service of the Spirit:
“Sport, properly directed, develops character, makes a man courageous, a generous loser, and a gracious victor; it refines the senses, gives intellectual penetration, and steels the will to endurance. It is not merely a physical development then. Sport, rightly understood, is an occupation of the whole man, and while perfecting the body as an instrument of the mind, it also makes the mind itself a more refined instrument for the search and communication of truth and helps man to achieve that end to which all others must be subservient, the service and praise of his Creator.”

– Pope Pius XII, Sport at the Service of the Spirit, July 29, 1945