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Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth

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Fort Worth features a good mix of affordable hotels, with a wide selection of western-flavored motels and bed & breakfasts. You can find comfortable accommodations in any part of the city, but if you wish to stay close to most of its major attractions, book your stay in or near the Cultural District. This area contains Fort Worth's five renowned museums, located within easy walking distance of one another. If you have access to a car, explore the less expensive hotels farther away from the city's major districts.
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  • I went with a group of co-workers to the INDYCAR Rainguard 600 and was very pleased with how well I could see all of the action. Due to the elevation of the seating and the size of the track, I could ...  more »
  • This was our second trip to Texas motor speedway & we loved it !! their was more things to do this time before the race which was nice ! and the race this year was soo crazy was by far one of the best...  more »
  • If you like the smell of racing fuel and high horsepower, this is a must stop location. One of the best at prerace buildup and activities from the Laps for Charity to the big boys of NASCAR.  more »
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  • Went for the Ride-Along Experience. Had an amazing time. The staff at the gift shop and speedway were friendly and extremely helpful. They have a really nice variety of stuff in the gift shop, and something for all price ranges starting at $1. There may have been something for less, but that was the lowest price on anything I saw. Which was on a Dale Jr bumper sticker, and I bought one among other things. Really a neat place to check out.
  • We spent the weekend in the camp grounds and had a great time. They have a free tram service that can get you easily and comfortably to the race venues. There are no hookups in the regular camping areas, so you'll need a generator. They have vendors to supply water and take waste if you run short. There's lots of racing to watch and the camp ground, where we were was fine to rest up. The sound of race cars is all around, but that's why you go. Despite what you may hear, the camp areas were orderly and fun. People from all walks of life were there all having a good time.
  • I am from Indianapolis and this track is definitely a must go to. Had a Great time. Was easy to get in and out. Could see the whole track and the people were friendly and helpful. Definitely coming back.
  • Don't have comparison, as first race ever. But seemed to be professional, and accommodating to the enthusiasts. Sad to see venue filled to WAY less than capacity, on a 85 degree Sunny day, but all seemed to be as you'd expect at racetrack. And a Fletcher Corny Dog stand ensured I'd get a food product I'd know. Friend enjoyed her Kettle Corn. Was NO traffic getting to the Saturday race (again, almost sad for state of sport, but no complaints as a driver.) And dang, saw 10 or so elementary age kids - and every one was smiling (and well behaved.) God Bless America !!
  • What a blast the truck races with stages makes for excitement and wow what a finish! Then IRL on Saturday fun fun fun. Then the off road races Robbie Gordan comes out to sign autographs and talk with the crowds just plain awesome