Ty Dillon (No.3 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet) picked up his second win of 2013 and his first ever at Texas Motor Speedway. On the final restart Dillion lost the lead to fellow young gun Ryan Blaney, but passed Blaney 10 laps later. Dillon led the final 31 laps to secure the win from a late charge from 2012's winner Johnny Sauter.
Tickets to the November WinStar World Casino & Resort 350 Camping World Truck Series race start as low as $30 for adults or $10 for children.
Camping for the AAA Texas 500 weekend ranges in price from $50 to $275 depending on location. RV spaces are approximately 20' x 40' and tent spaces are 20' x 20'.
Shower buildings are located in the campgrounds. Bus and tram service is available to the grandstands. Find more camping information here.
VIP Cold Pit Passes for NASCAR Sprint Cup weekends are available for purchase by all ticket purchasers. There is NO GARAGE ACCESS granted with these passes, garage access is not available for purchase through Texas Motor Speedway. No one under 18 years of age will be issued a Pit Pass. Dress Codes do apply for access into the pit area.
Pit passes are $125 each for individual ticket purchasers and $60 each for Paid in Full Season Ticket Holders. This pass is valid for the entire NASCAR Sprint Cup Weekend. It grants cold pit access during practice, qualifying as well as up until 1 hour before each race. This pass must be accompanied by each day's admission ticket to be valid. Find more information on pit passes here.
Most Parking is FREE on Texas Motor Speedway property. There are two paid upgraded parking areas available.
VIP Parking is located adjacent to the frontstretch grandstands. It provides the most convenient paved parking location to frontstretch grandstand seats and the souvenir midway. VIP Parking is $50 for the O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge.
Find more information about reserved parking here.