Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Texas Motor Speedway Makes Room for $15,000 RV Sites

USA Today - USA
FORT WORTH (AP) — Texas Motor Speedway will remove about 21,000 seats from its backstretch and replace them with 74 lots for recreational vehicles.

The $2 million project announced Monday will transform the upper half of the backstretch into a series of 30-foot by 60-foot gated courtyards for recreational vehicles during NASCAR and IndyCar Series events.

The project is scheduled to be completed in time for the first of three 2009 racing weekends, April 2-5.

Each site will sell for $15,000 annually, good for all races within the calendar year. That price will include tickets and pit/infield passes for each race. Each site will have full service hookups for water, electric and live race feeds, plus concierge services that will include grocery shopping.
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