Everything is bigger in Texas and Texas Motor Speedway proves things are faster as well. With speeds nearing 200 mph, Texas Motor Speedway is currently the fastest track on the NASCAR circuit. "The Great American Speedway!" as it has come to be known, has an estimated capacity of 191,122, and is the size of approximately four AT&T Stadiums. This colossal facility contains 144 luxury suites, the Lone Star Tower which houses offices and condominiums, the Victory Lane Club in Turn 4, a members-only Speedway Club that features a restaurant, fitness center, and spa, a press box, and the Time Warner Cable Broadcast Center. Its recent addition, Burnout Alley, is the new home to 52 luxury motorcoach spots located along the speedway's backstretch. Positioned in the middle of the backstretch perched above the Burnout Alley is Big Hoss TV, the world's largest HD screen at 20,633 sq. ft. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series, and Camping World Truck Series each run two races a year at the track in addition to an Indy Racing League IndyCar Series race.
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- Positioned in the middle of the backstretch perched above “Burnout Alley,” “Big Hoss TV” features 20,633.64 square feet of HD LED display that consists of 4.8 million pixels and 281 trillion colors. The state-of-the-art video board is the largest ever built by Panasonic and surpassed fellow Speedway Motorsports, Inc. facility Charlotte Motor Speedway (16,000 square feet) to claim the Guinness World Record for the world's largest HD LED video board.