Texas Motor Speedway Information:
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Address: 3545 Lone Star Circle, Ft. Worth, Texas 76177
Parking: Most parking is free.
Year Opened: 1996
Main Races: Samsung 500 & AAA Texas 500
Rules: No glass containers, pets (except service animals), video or audio recorders.
The Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas, is a quad oval-track is banked 24 degrees in turns and is 1.5 miles in circumference. This 9 turn superspeedway is very similar to Lowe's Motor Speedway (formerly Charlotte Motor Speedway) and Atlanta Motor Speedway. All three tracks are owned by Speedway Motor Sports. (Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee is also owned by Speedway Motor Sports.) Track capacity is 212,585 people.
The Texas Motor Speedway, or TMS, is the Home of the NASCAR Nextel Cup races, the Craftsman Truck Series, and the Sprint Cup Series. TMS is the track that hosted Brian Vickers' spectacular record breaking qualifying run in the Dickies 500 in 2006. Other records that have been set there include times for the Samsung 500, AAA Texas 500, Siverado 350K, Sam's Town 400, O'Reilly Challenge, and the O'Reilly 300. The track is also the home of the Firestone 550 (Indy Racing League IndyCar Series).
Texas Motor Speedway remains a favorite of racing fans because it is still managed by the legendary racing promoter Eddie Gossage. Gossage has managed TMS since it was built in 1996. Texas Motor Speedway continues to host many record breaking races. Buy your Texas Motor Speedway racing tickets today and never miss an experience at Texas Motor Speedway!