The NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs Round of 12 begins this Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway, a win by a playoff driver will compulsory nail them a spot in the Round of 8.
Texas Motor Speedway was opened back in 1997 as NASCAR was at it’s peak, the most substantial wave of popularity in the sport’s history.
According to reports last month, there is a possibility that Texas Motor Speedway in its current form will be demolished at the end of its 2023 season with the new reconfiguration not involving IndyCar.
“Ross doesn’t work together with anybody.” Kyle Larson refuses the chance to work with Ross Chastain
Leading up to Sunday’s race Kyle Larson gave his own suggestion on what should be done to fix Texas Motor Speedway.
“I would like them to demolish this place first and then start over from scratch.” Said the defending Cup Series champion.
“I don’t know what they have in mind, but anything would be better than what they did.” He added.
The NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race returned for the second time to the 1.5-mile Texas Motor Speedway in May leaving many fans dissatisfied with the racing at TMS.
Heading into this weekend Round of 12 Chase Briscoe, Alex Bowman, Daniel Suarez and Austin Cindric are below the Playoffs cutline.
Changes at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend shows off new bars
The track is opening four new concourse bars this weekend totaling 7,000 square feet. Faber said the three main bars near Gate 4 offer an open view toward the action on the racetrack.
Kyle Larson's suggestion on what should be done to fix Texas Motor Speedway: "I would like them to demolish this place first and then start over from scratch."
— Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) September 24, 2022
“I was the first boots on the ground for T-Mobile Arena,” he said. “It’s all about what we call the guest experience, the fan experience.”
Marc Faber was hired as the new venue general manager and executive vice president at TMS in August.
Newly made drink rails in the grandstands area will now provide more room for fans to stretch their legs and stash their coolers.
“We’re trying to reduce the time that fans are out of their seats,” Faber said.
The AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500 in Texas this Sunday, begins at 3:30 p.m. ET on USA Network, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
2 thoughts on ““Demolish this place first and then start over from scratch.” – Kyle Larson demands major changes at Texas Motor Speedway”
I mean he’s not wrong.
The track needs to be redone more space for the people to set bring their eyes chest I used to be a season ticket holder I ain’t no more