Charlotte Motor Speedway this week is close to selling out its fifth consecutive World of Outlaws World Finals. The three days of racing, which begins tomorrow at the speedway’s dirt track, will attract spectators from 50 states, seven Canadian provinces, Australia and other countries. The venue holds 14,000 spectators and more than 70% of spectators will be from outside North Carolina. A three-day ticket costs $94. CMS officials responded to the demand by expanding its fan zone 20% to 80,000 square feet this year. More than 25 companies will have displays near the pits, including Penske Shocks, Hoosier Tire and Roush Yates Performance. CMS also sold out six corporate suites.