When NASCAR Playoffs arrive in Texas Motor Speedway On September 24-25 to Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 Double-headed weekend getaway, get ready for loads of fire, reversals, annoying bumps, and slippery danger around every corner.
And that’s not even on the high-banking 1.5 oval that will host Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 Series Xfinity Series on Saturday, September 24, or the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 Series Cup Series on Sunday, September 25.
It will all take place in the Fan Zone where another edition of the Texas Motor Speedway Sideshow will delight fans of all ages with a wide range of exciting and fun off-track entertainment throughout the weekend. The fan zone extends from entrance gates 3-6 of Texas Motor Speedway and is completely free.
The View Flippenout Extreme Trampoline (above) She is sure to attract her share of fans with world class acrobatics using two Olympic trampolines for her performance. The group will launch themselves 25 feet in the air and use their amazing skills in twisting triple flips, world record belly drops, and synchronized movements. And to add to the degree of difficulty of their stunts, they will also use skis, snowboards, and other props on the trampoline.
The Flippenout Extreme Trampoline, located between Gates 4 and 5, will feature three 20-minute shows on Saturday and Sunday at 9:50 AM, 11:20 AM and 1:50 PM
If you crave a Vegas-style act, look no further than the daredevil circus performer Grace Good (the left). She toured internationally with Cirque Dreams, appeared nationally on several major TV networks and became a social media darling with over three million followers, including 2.8 million on TikTok. You’ll offer an exciting mix of circus entertainment, circus skills and pyrotechnics, including flamethrowers and ring of fire.
Grace Good, who will perform on the Trackside Live stage, will perform three 20-minute shows on Saturday (10:20 a.m., 11:35 a.m., 1:25 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 12:45 p.m.)
If you’d rather see a bird’s elbow of a thorn from a thorn, you’ll want to visit Dwarf Wrestling Warriors (truly). Some of the best male and female wrestlers under 5-foot-2 from the United States, Canada and Mexico will intertwine in an 18″ x 18″ ring.
With tons of sportswear, masks and nicknames, choose your favorite from the men’s menu which includes short sleeves Sampson, Rob the Giant, Astrolux, Demos, Dan Macchio, “Golden Boy” Brandon Bowman, Potro Romano, Mini Halcon, Eric Smalls, Mach 10 Aaron Pencil, Mascarita Sagrada and Micro Tiger. The women’s team will also be in attendance with Zoe Skye, Little Maine Kathleen, Valentina, Diosa Quetzal, Hana, Brittany Blake, Reina Dorada, Leslie La Monica and Kyoko the Fallen Flower.
The Midget Wrestling Warriors will mesh in an episode held near Gate 5 and have two 45-minute matches on Saturday and Sunday (10:30 a.m., 1 p.m.)
If you like wrestling moves dance moves, be sure to check out Funkanometry, a highly talented synchronized dance duo from Canada. TikTok stars have wowed the judges with their moves on the current season of hit show “America’s Got Talent” and they also previously performed on “World of Dance.”
Funkanometry will be performed on the Trackside Live Stage and will include three 10-minute routines on Saturday (10 AM, 11:10 AM, 1 PM) and two on Sunday (10:25 AM, 12:30 PM) along with a pop-up afterwards. First break for the race stage.
If you’re a fan of sliding moves, the fan zone will also host the West Texas Rattlesnake Show. Watch Wrangler standing between the snake at his feet, educate the public about the species and how to handle venomous snakes safely, and watch the rattlesnake hit and fly a balloon at lightning speed. The West Texas Rattlesnake Show will be in Gate 6 and will have three shows on Saturday and Sunday (9:30 AM, 11 AM, 1:30 PM).
If you thought wood carving would be a quiet area in the fan zone, forget about it. It will actually be louder. The Hollow wood carving From French Lick, Ind. Take this art to the extreme by using chain saws to create gorgeous wood carved artwork. Bear Hollow Wood Carvers will be in business all day Saturday and Sunday at Gate 3. They will also have an auction of their completed art approximately two hours before the race each day (12:30 p.m.) for Children’s Charities in Speedway – Texas.
The fan zone will be packed with additional things to see and experience, including memorial team and driver trailers and performances from old Texas Motor Speedway partners Chevrolet, Texas Lottery and O’Reilly Auto Parts.
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Texas Motor Speedway 2022 will host NASCAR Playoffs September 24-25. The weekend will be highlighted by NASCAR Xfinity Series Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 on Saturday, September 24 (2:30 p.m. CT on USA NetworkAnd the SiriusXM Radio NASCAR Ch. 90And the And the PRN), and the NASCAR Cup Series Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 on Sunday, September 25 (2:30 p.m. CT on USA NetworkAnd the SiriusXM Radio NASCAR Ch. 90And the PRNAnd the 95.9 the farm).
Lil’ Texas Motor Speedway’s newly renovated 1/5 mile dirt track will begin its racing weekend with the opening C. Bell’s MICRO MANIA. The four-day event (September 21-24) features practice on Wednesday (September 21), qualifying races on Thursday and Friday (September 22-23) and the main races and finals on Saturday (September 24). Micro Sprints are smaller versions of the full-size race cars with side-mounted 600cc motorcycle engines that can generate 140 horsepower with similar chassis and body styles to the larger versions. NASCAR stars who are currently confirmed to be involved include Christopher Bell, two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Bush, and his son Brixton.
For information on weekend tickets for the NASCAR Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 September 24-25, including single day tickets for C. Bell’s Micro Mania, please visit www.texasmotorspeedway.com.
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