Everything is bigger in Texas and Texas Motor Speedway proves things are faster as well. With speeds nearing 200 mph, Texas Motor Speedway is currently the fastest track on the NASCAR circuit. “The Great American Speedway!” as it has come to be known also has an estimated capacity of 191,122 which dwarfs the next biggest venue in Texas and can fit 4 Cowboys Stadiums inside. This colossal facility contains 144 luxury suites, the Lone Star Tower that houses offices and condominiums, the Victory Lane Club in Turn 4, a members-only Speedway Club that features a restaurant, fitness center, and spa , a press box, and the Time Warner Cable Broadcast Center. Its recent addition, Burnout Alley, is the new home to 52 luxury motorcoach spots located along the speedway's backstretch. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series, and Camping World Truck Series each run two races a year at the track in addition to an Indy Racing League IndyCar Series race.
Recognized as one of the most modern speedways in the world, Texas Motor Speedway is full of action-packed events nearly every day of the year.
Located in north Fort Worth at the intersection of I-35W and Highway 114, the superspeedway is one of the largest sports and entertainment facilities in America.
With a seating capacity of 159,585 and an infield area with a capacity of approximately 53,000 people, Texas Motor Speedway can easily host over 200,000 guests for a single event.
The state-of the art facility includes a 1.5-mile oval, designed to accommodate stock car, truck and open-wheel racing.
Each year, the speedway plays host to the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series, Camping World Truck Series and the IZOD IndyCar Series.