LUXURY SEATS (LIGHT PURPLE) AT GATE 3 THROUGH 7
High atop the frontstretch grandstands, Texas Motor Speedway’s Luxury Suites offer more first-class accommodations than any other sports or entertainment facility in the world. Beginning deep in Turn One extending over the Start/Finish Line and continuing through Turn Four, two levels of suites provide exceptional views of the entire property. Full-service catering makes Texas Motor Speedway’s Luxury Suites the ideal venue to entertain clients, prospects, employees and friends. Each Luxury Suite can accommodate up to 64 guests, and includes pre-race pit passes and VIP parking passes for each event.
Each Luxury Suite is fully enclosed with self-controlling air conditioning and features a full-service bar and food area, as well as entertainment space and private restrooms. Each suite is also equipped with two closed-circuit televisions that provide non-stop coverage of the racing action. Levy Restaurants, Texas Motor Speedway’s exclusive caterer, provides suiteholders with a customized dining experience, complete with world-class culinary fine dining that is sure to exceed your expectations.
Oval: 1.5 miles
Front Straightaway grandstand: 66 rows, 112,522. Includes: PSL seats (36,000 w/armrests); and Handicapped Seating (1,595- Row 28 at portal entrances)
660 total acres of parking
Reserved: Approximately 6,800 spaces — 1,000 infield; 4,700 Turn 3; 1,100 tent sites
Time Warner Victory Lane Broadcast Center: 2,900 square feet on two levels
Entrances/Exits: Frontstretch, Gates 1-7; South Tunnel/Infield, Gate 8; Backstretch, Gates 9-11 and North Tunnel
Lil’ Texas Motor Speedway
Oval: 1/5 mile, asphalt surface
Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track
Oval: .4 mile, clay surface
Unique Lap Counter: Texas Motor Speedway is the first speedway ever to display the laps in the race counting down AND also counting up. Two separate panels on the scoring tower in different colored lights indicate how many laps are left in the race and also how many laps have been run in the event.
How Enlightening: Texas Motor Speedway has enough permanent lighting to illuminate 11 NFL stadiums — an average of 2,000,000 watts for a nighttime event. A standard household plug is 120 volts — the speedway lights run on 480 volts each.
Best Supporting Role: There are a total of 400 concrete columns and 600 concrete piers supporting the facility.
Recycling Riches: The front grandstand is constructed of 2 million pounds of aluminum and 15,000 tons of steel. The aluminum used could produce 61 million Coca-Cola cans.
Dirty Work: During original construction, workers moved more than 4,000,000 cubic yards of dirt at the speedway.
Hot Diggity Dog: In one year, enough hot dogs are sold to go around the 1.5-mile oval six times, that’s nine miles!
Patty Pillar: If all the hamburgers served in one year at the speedway were stacked, it would be taller than a 74-story building.
Make a Splash: Enough Coca-Cola, Dasani water, coffee and hot chocolate are consumed each year at the races to fill the 34,000-gallon Texas-shaped pool at Lone Star Tower Clubhouse.
The Big Show: Four Cowboys Stadiums will fit in the infield of Texas Motor Speedway!