The official race weekend schedule maintained and updated by Texas Motor Speedway.
Fan Assistance golf cart rides provided FREE by Texas Motor Speedway offer transportation to and from the parking areas, admission gates, infield, and the Credentials building. The golf carts are staffed by local volunteers who know their way around Texas Motor Speedway and are ready to help all race fans, including the elderly and physically challenged fans and families with children. This courtesy does not locate lost parked cars. Please remember where you parked.
Pick-Up locations: Outside of Gates 3 & 5 and outside Gate 6 next to the HCA Care Center. On the Infield at the South Paddock parking entrance and at the Credentials building. The carts have blue canopies. Carts do not drive into the campgrounds.
Bus transportation is provided in the Reserved Campgrounds outside Turn 3 on a daily basis throughout race weekend to the shower/restroom facilities. AAA Trackside Ride Campground Shuttles are also available on event days to take fans between Turn 3 camping areas and Gate 1.
Fans can catch a ride on the AAA Trackside Ride Fan Trams on event days to get to designated areas on Texas Motor Speedway property. The trams run continuously on Lone Star Circle around the 1.5-mile superspeedway and make stops at Gates 2, 4, 6, and 10. Look for the AAA Texas branded signs at the specified gates which indicate a AAA Trackside Ride Tram pick-up location. Trams also run from the WinStar World Casino Lone Star Circle and Victory Circle Reserved Campgrounds and stop at Gate 1 and other locations along Lone Star Circle. Click here for a Tram Map.
There are five AAA Texas Information Booths. Four are located on the frontstretch with two outside the gates in the Fan Zone and two on the concourse inside the gates. The other booth is located in the infield. These stations are staffed on race days during the three major race weekends in April, June, and November and provide speedway information for all guests.
There are several AAA Texas “You Are Here” signs located throughout Texas Motor Speedway property. These contain the most up-to-date information about the weekend schedule, driver appearances, midway activities and more. You can also pick up a AAA Texas Fan Guide at any of these kiosks.
In cooperation with the Fort Worth Fire Department Emergency Management team, fans can access the latest in local emergency notifications at no cost with Nixle.
Messaging charges and data rates may apply for notifications through Nixle. Check with your provider for details. The Nixle program is available only to those over the age of 16. Full information on Nixle is available at www.NIXLE.com including expanded and upgraded programs.
The Nixle system provides instant emergency messages at the fan's choice, over a cell phone by text message, e-mail and on the web. These notices, in addition to the Fort Worth siren warning system, provide valuable tools for the safety of Texas Motor Speedway fans.
The Raceway Ministries at Texas Motor Speedway (RMTMS) sites are located (1) outside Turn 3 in the Lone Star Circle Camping area on Row Q, (2) outside Victory Circle, just north of Petty Place in Area 5 Camping, and (3) just inside Victory Circle on the far east end of Texas Motor Speedway property, in the Family Camping area. Visit www.txarm.net for more information about Raceway Ministries activities and for assistance.
Information Table – Raceway Ministries at Texas Motor Speedway offers volunteers each race weekend to help those who need assistance in locating entry gates, showers, restrooms, concession areas, merchandise locations, local gas stations, hardware & grocery stores and more.
Professional Counselors/Chaplains - Licensed counselors, chaplains and pastors available for crisis intervention, domestic disturbance, depression, etc. Available to all fans through direct contact or through Speedway Security.
Saturday, June 8, 2019
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