Texas Motor Speedway, with a crowd capacity in excess of 200,000, is among the largest sports stadiums in America and features an array of amenities that make it one of the premier venues in the world of sports. Known as “The Great American Speedway”, the 1.5-mile superspeedway located in Fort Worth plays host to two races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series as well as one in the IZOD IndyCar Series. The attendances for the NASCAR Sprint Cup events since the facility opened in 1997 annually rank among the largest sporting events in the United States. https://www.facebook.com/texasmotorspeedway/info
Free Parking for Truck and Trailer, Conveniently Located Next to the Track. Restrooms and Showers are Available and Camping is also Permitted.
Freightliner Pit Stop Tour
October 31st through November 2nd Texas Motor Speedway
Web Site to learn more: http://www.freightlinerpitstop.com
Weekend filled with fun, food, games and fast cars! Stop by and see the Team Run
Smart Pro's Bob & Linda Caffee and Henry Albert. The Caffee's will have their truck
on display and their sleeper open to view. How many "Hidden Mickey's" can you
find in the Bolt Custom Sleeper?
First come first sever truckers and their trucks ONLY! There will be plenty of room
for truck and trailers to park so come for one day or all three.
From Denton, Take 35W to Exit 72, Dale Earnhardt Way, continue on Dale
Earnhardt Way towards track and follow signs to Pit Stop Parking.
FOR TICKET INFO
Please Call 817-215-8500
Please Visit texasmotorspeedway.com
TRUCK STOPS NEARBY: You may be able to drop your trailer at one of these locations if you find it neccessary or park and cab to the event.
1. Pilot Travel Center I-35 W, Exit 65 Fort Worth TX 1 Mile NE
2. Valero Hwy 287, Southern St Saginaw, TX 7 Miles S
3. Driver Truck Stop I-35, Exit 54 Fort Worth TX 10 Miles S
4. Big Z Travel Hwy 81 / Hwy 287 / Hwy 114 Rhome, TX 12 Miles NW
5. Loves Travel Stops Hwy 287 / Hwy 114 Rhome 12 Miles NW
6. Texaco Travel Plaza 13200 US-287 / US-81 Haslet, TX 14 Miles S
7. Quick Fuel Hwy 360, Avenue U Grand Prarie, TX 19 Miles SE
8. Quik Trip I-35, Exit 42 West Fort Worth, TX 22 Miles S
9. TA Denton I-35 / US 77, Exit 471, MM 471 Denton TX 23 Miles N
10. Whip Inc I-35, Exit 450 Lewisville, TX 23 Miles E
Courtesy of texasmotorspeedway.com
The routes offered are a general guideline only and are not necessarily the best routes from your area. Please consult a more detailed map for specific directions from your area.
GPS Address: 3545 Lone Star Circle Fort Worth, Texas 76177
When you get to the outer loop of the race track "Victory Circle" proceed to gate 1 and somebody will be there to give you parking instructions next to all the other trucks.
From Fort Worth
Take Interstate 35W north from Fort Worth. Exit on SH 114 and turn under the overpass to the speedway.
Alt.- Take Interstate 35W to U.S. 287 North. Left on U.S. 287 to FM 156. Right on FM 156 to SH 114. Right on SH 114 to the speedway.
There are a variety of routes from Dallas to Texas Motor Speedway. However, because of the volume of traffic associated with most major races at the facility, the following route is recommended:
North from Dallas on Interstate 35E to Denton, TX. At the junction of I35E and I35W, head back south on Interstate 35W. Exit right on SH 114 to the speedway.
Take Interstate 35W south from Denton, exit right on SH 114. Alt.- Take U.S. 380 west from Denton, turn left on FM 156 south to SH 114. Left on SH 114 to the speedway.
Sunday, November 2
8:00am - NSCS Garage & Registration Opens
8:00am - 2:00pm - Texas Motor Speedway Credentials Office Hours
9:00am - Gate 6 Opens No Limits Garage Party (Season Ticket Holders Only)
10:00pm - Gates 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 Open
10:00am - Luxury Suites and Victory Lane Club Suites Open
1:00pm - NSCS HOT PASS in effect until one hour after race
2:00pm - NSCS AAA Texas 500 (334 Laps, 501 Miles)
2:30pm - NSCS Registration Closes