Texas Motor Speedway became part of the motorsports landscape in 1997 and the venue has made an indelible impression over the course of its relatively modest existence. Texas Motor Speedway, with an overall capacity in excess of 190,000, is among the largest sports stadiums in America and the enormity of the Fort Worth venue is no better exemplified by the fact that four Cowboys Stadiums, home of the Dallas Cowboys, can fit inside.

Texas Motor Speedway showcases a 1.5-mile oval with 24-degree banking in the turns and caters primarily to stock cars, trucks and open-wheel racing. The speedway currently plays host to two races each in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series, and one in the IndyCar Series. Texas Motor Speedway is home to 144 luxury suites; the Lone Star Tower, which houses condominiums and office space; and the members-only Speedway Club, which features fine dining, a health club with salon and spa services, and an expansive ballroom.

As a result of its ever-expanding and progressive menu of fan amenities, Texas Motor Speedway has become a model for other speedways to follow and emulate. No wonder it was given the tag, “The Great American Speedway!”

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