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Coca-Cola 600, formerly known as the World 600, is a NASCAR Sprint
Cup Series race held each year at Charlotte Motor Speedway in
Concord, North Carolina on Memorial Day weekend. Run since 1960, it
is the longest race sanctioned by NASCAR at 600 miles (956.606 km).
The event was started as an attempt by NASCAR to stage a Memorial
Day weekend event that would rival the open-wheel Indianapolis 500.
It was not until 1974, however, that both races competed
head-to-head on the same day.
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