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Texas Motor Speedway Panorama

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This aerial panorama of Texas Motor Speedway was taken by Robert Pettit and captures the Duck Commander 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ race. This annual event is the largest-attended single day sporting event in Texas, with an estimated average crowd in excess of 150,000. The weekend festivities include a renewed sponsor for the track and gives race fans access to the world’s largest, high-definition HD video board, nicknamed “Big Hoss TV,” which features close to a half-acre of HD display. Texas Motor Speedway is one of the largest sports venues in America with an equally impressive variety of amenities, making it one of the premier locations in the world of sports.
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Texas Motor Speedway panoramic pictures detail exciting aerial views from one of the most popular facilities in NASCAR. This is the track where many of the fastest speed records have been made in American motorsports, such as during the 2001 Firestone Firehawk 600, where drivers exceeded speeds of 230 miles per hour. Texas Motor Speedway panoramas show exciting views from the oval track that has long been considered the NASCAR circuit's fastest non-restrictor plate track.

These Texas Motor Speedway panoramas will be loved by many NASCAR fans as the site of many popular races throughout the season. Some of the many events at Texas Motor Speedway include the NRA 500 and AAA Texas 500 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series; the O'Reilly Auto Parts 300 and O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge of the NASCAR Nationwide Series; and the WinStar World Casino 400K and WinStar World Casino 350K of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Located near Fort Worth, Texas, Texas Motor Speedway panoramas feature one of the most widely-attended race facilities in the United States, where seating for more than 191,000 spectators can be seen.

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