3601 Highway 114
Fort Worth, TX 76177
TAILGATING INFORMATION:Texas Motor Speedway is big like most things in Texas so prepare to have a big time while tailgating at your favorite NASCAR event. Tailgating in Texas is similar to most other tailgating events except beef is king and the bigger the better. If you are doing a weekend at Texas Motor Speedway you may want to consider a beef brisket or a huge rack of ribs along with some Texas BBQ sauce. Cold beer is essential but remember to drink your water. The Texas heat while tailgating can dehydrate you. also some sunscreen, at least for the first day will save you from miserable days to follow. Although Texans are known for rowdiness, be kind to your fellow tailgaters and respectful of the ones that want to get some sleep. At the Texas Motor Speedway there are no open fires allowed but grills, both charcoal and gas are permitted but again be respectful of the environment and be careful with the fire.
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CAMPING, PARKING and CARRYING ON:Texas Motor Speedway has several options for campers, tents, mobil homes and tailgaters alike.
Burnout Alley This is for the biggest fans who want to be right there and see and do all that is available fro the race weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. Sesaon passes are $1,500.
- One personal 30’ x 60’ gated space for your motor home
- Ten VIP passes to your area with private seating
- Ten pre-race passes to each Sprint Cup race
- Ten pit/infield access to infield amenities
- Ten tickets to Aarons Fandango Season Ticket Party
- Full service hook-ups (water, electric, and live TV feed)
- Three reserved parking spaces just outside the gates
- Ten souvenir event programs
- Two Speedway Club access passes for each race weekend
- Concierge access for groceries or catering
- Free Wireless internet
- 24 Hour restroom access
Reserved Infield Camping Surround yourself with all the magic of a great NASCAR weekend by camping in the infield! There are several options for your tailgating and camping pleasure. Reserved Infield RV spaces at Texas Motor Speedway are approximately 20’ x 40’. Each person camping will need a pass for the infield and they cost $75 (for the weekend) if purchased prior to the event weekend. You can purchase these at the gate.
Reserved infield spaces at Texas Motor Speedway are sold by the season and the current season is SOLD OUT. Texas Motor Speedway holds a random drawing for spaces that become available. You need to contact the speedway to get into this drawing.
Coach-Net VIP Camping The Reserved Coach-Net VIP Camping area is located between Allison Avenue and Labonte Lane on the South end of the track. Perks, include a 20’ x 45’ spot (paved), 24-hour security, location near the main grandstand, restroom and showers. These spots are also equipped with electric and water hook-ups. Coach-Net VIP camping is sold by the season only. Contact Texas Motor Speedway for availability.
Outside Reserved Campgrounds Outside Reserved Campgrounds outside Turn 3 are reserved camping only. With 4,700 - 20' x 40' spots available, there is a lot of tailgating going on here! Weekend and season packages are available ranging from $150 a weekend to 500 a season depending on the race.
Tent City Texas Motor Speedway has 2 tent camping areas available for tailgating in a tent. Spots are about 10' x 15' and are first come first served, so get there early. Prices differ depending on the event and duration. NO GENERATORS ALLOWED IN TENT CITY.
Unreserved Camping Unreserved camping will be on the west side of the Texas Motor Speedway for the Samsung 500 and Dickies® 500 weekends ONLY. There are 1,700 sites available that are 20' x 40', nice and big. These spots are first come first serves and cost $75.
Texas Motor Speedway Camping Rules & Regulations
- You need the appropriate event tag and and or sticker to get into the campgrounds at the Texas Motor Speedway.
- Campers will receive two camping permits per spot and the permit must be on your vehicle if you plan on coming or going in that vehicle.
- Unoccupied campground spaces MAY NOT be roped off and saved. Remember first come, first served. You have to pay for your space first.
- No open flame or open pit campfires allowed.
- Charcoal and gas grills are allowed except in the infield during races or practice. Grills must be at least 10 feet from anything that may burst into flames. Use your head when grilling.
- All pets attending events at Texas Motor Speedway need to be on a leash.
- No ATVs or personal golf carts will be allowed.
- No Swimming Pools/Hot Tubs allowed. You know somebody actually did this for them to have a rule about it.
- No Stages, Stage Lights, Live Bands or Live DJ’s
- Do not park RV’s in fire lanes or within 3 feet of fire hydrants. Hydrants must be accessible to emergency vehicles.
- No generators allowed in the tent-only camping areas. All vehicles related to tent-only camping must park in designated parking areas.
- No motorcycles, mopeds, scooters or any motorizes bike will be allowed in campgrounds, including the infield.
- No flatbed trailers longer than 10 ft. in length will be allowed in the campgrounds.
- No box trucks will be allowed in the campgrounds
- A noise curfew of 1 a.m. will be enforced in ALL campgrounds.
NOTE: Anyone operating unapproved unlicensed motorized vehicles (ATVs, golf carts, two-wheeled vehicles, etc.), will be asked to immediately take them off property and not be allowed to return.
Texas Motor Speedway Parking
General parking at Texas Motor Speedway is FREE. Texas Motor Speedway also has many options for very convenient parking and tailgating.
VIP Parking Info $300 Season $75 Samsung 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race $50 O’Reilly 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race $25 The Dallas Morning News Qualifying Day (NASCAR Sprint Cup Series) $75 Bombardier Learjet 550k IndyCar race $50 Winstar World Casino 400k NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race $25 Qualifying Day (NASCAR Camping World Truck Series)
Express Parking Info $40 Samsung 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race $30 O’Reilly 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race $10 The Dallas Morning News Qualifying Day (NASCAR Sprint Cup Series) $20 Bombardier Learjet 550k IndyCar race $10 Winstar World Casino 400k NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race
Some More rules to consider for your tailgating enjoyment
In order for everyone to get along while having an excellent time please review the following rules. All security measures are subject to change without notice.
- Coolers are allowed inside the Texas Motor Speedway, but are subject to inspection and can be no larger than 14” X 14” X 14”.
- Only one cooler per ticket holder is allowed in the grandstands.
- Glass is not allowed inside the Texas Motor Speedway.
- Backpacks, fanny packs etc. are allowed, but are subject to inspections and can be no larger than 14” X 14” X 14”.
- Binoculars, scanners and cameras are allowed inside the Texas Motor Speedway.
- Strollers, umbrellas, skate boards, scooters or roller blades are NOT allowed in the grandstands.
- Items may not be left in or around the gate areas if they are not allowed inside.
- All items brought through the gate areas are subject to inspection.
- Guests are encouraged to arrive at the gates early to avoid traffic and to expedite entrance into the Texas Motor Speedway.
- Guests are not allowed to bring these items into Texas Motor Speedway - weapons or firearms, fireworks, illegal substances and items restricted by local, state and federal laws.
- The resale of Texas Motor Speedway admission tickets is strictly prohibited on the premises, which includes grounds and surrounding parking areas.
- Your Tickets
- Local Map
- Charcoal or gas
- Fire extinguisher
- Serving Utensils
- Garbage Bags
- Umbrella, poncho, hat
- Something to sit on
TEXAS FLAVOR:Texas Motor Speedway, as you may have guessed, is in Texas and Texans are known for beef BBQ, specifically brisket and ribs. Properly prepared beef brisket is one of life's true joys. You can serve it with cole slaw and baked beans or something Tex-Mex like refried beans. Brisket BBQ can be sliced and eaten on a plate or pulled and served as a sandwich. Both are delightful.
|Track Length:||1.5 miles|
|Length of frontstretch:||2,250 feet|
|Length of backstretch:||1,330 feet|
TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAYTexas Motor Speedway is a speedway located in the northernmost portion of the U.S. city of Fort Worth, Texas -- the portion located in Denton County, Texas.
The track layout is very similar to Atlanta Motor Speedway and Lowe's Motor Speedway (formerly Charlotte Motor Speedway). The track measures 1.5 miles around and is banked 24 degrees in the turns, and is of the quad-oval design, where the front straghtaway juts outward slightly.
The track is owned by Speedway Motorsports, Inc., the same company that owns Atlanta and Lowe's Motor Speedways, as well as the short-track Bristol Motor Speedway.
Very Fast TrackBased on qualifying speeds in 2004 and 2005, the Texas Motor Speedway was once considered the fastest non-restrictor plate track on the NASCAR circuit, with qualifying speeds in excess of 192 mph and corner entry speeds over 200 mph.
However, as the tracks' respective racing surfaces continue to wear, qualifying speeds at Atlanta have become consistently faster than at Texas (2005 and 2006).