When NASCAR returns to Fort Worth, Texas, in April for its first race weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, it’s in for a big adjustment.
The 1.5-mile track operated by Eddie Gossage is in the middle of repaving the track’s surface while also lowering the banking and widening Turns 1 and 2. The banking is being reduced from 24 to 20 degrees.
The track has posted a photo on Twitter giving an update on the project, which is scheduled to be finished prior to the April 7-9 race weekend.
Gossage and the track also took the time to put together a video showing off the the repave and to announce that pitroad would also be repaved.