Texas 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, USA.
The construction of Texas Motor Speedway began in spring of 1995 and required the movement of more than four million cubic yards of earth before it was completed the following year. The oval originally featured unique dual-angle banking and its first major race.
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Though not currently scheduling professional road racing, Texas Motor Speedway has a total of six configurations.
Texas Motor Speedway’s Oval (pictured left – 1st) measures 1.5 miles (2.4 km) around is banked 24 degrees in the turns, with a dogleg in the front stretch. The Oval layout is similar to Atlanta Motor Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The Legends Oval Course (pictured 2nd) is a 0.24 mile (0.386 km) flat oval. The Combined Road Course (pictured 3rd) is a 2.28 mile (3.67 km) circuit utilizing the entire NASCAR Oval circuit and the Infield course with 10 turns. The Infield Road Course Long (pictured 4th) is a 0.87 mile (1.4 km) 8 turn course. The Infield RC Short A (pictured 5th) course is 0.41 miles (0.66 km) in length with 5 turns. The Infield RC Short B (pictured right – 6th) course is a 7 turn 0.48 mile (0.77 km) circuit.
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