Texas Motor Speedway (iRacing)

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Texas Motor Speedway
TMS logo.png
Location Fort Worth, Texas
Country Us.png USA
Oval (2020)
1.5 mi
2.41 km
Legends Oval (2020)
0.25 mi
0.40 km
Oval Course (2009)
1.5 mi
2.41 km
Legends Oval Course (2009)
0.24 mi
0.386 km
Combined Road Course (2009)
2.28 mi
3.67 km
Infield Road Course Long (2009)
0.87 mi
1.4 km
Infield RC Short A (2009)
0.41 mi
0.66 km
Infield RC Short B (2009)
0.48 mi
0.77 km


Since it made its debut on the NASCAR Cup Series and NTT IndyCar Series schedules in 1997, Texas Motor Speedway has been a staple of both of America's premier championships, and it only became more important in 2005 when it received a second race late in the NASCAR playoffs. The 1.5-mile oval is home to everything from Legends cars for young racers just starting out, to multiple dates for each of NASCAR's top three series and an annual IndyCar race in June. Both Jeff Burton and Dale Earnhardt Jr. scored their first Cup wins here, and Paul Tracy once lapped it at 236 miles per hour in a CART practice session.

TMS' layout resembles the shape of sister tracks Atlanta Motor Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway, also owned by Speedway Motorsports Inc. Originally featuring unique dual-angle banking, TMS has received multiple reconfigurations over the years that have changed its character. For 2020, iRacing has re-scanned and fully rebuilt the track from the ground up to give iRacers the most up-to-date experience on one of the most crucial tracks to master in the NASCAR season.

iRacing’s virtual version of 2009 TMS includes a total of six configurations, from the big 24-degree-banked quad oval to the pit-lane-and-front-stretch short oval that plays host to Legends Car races; plus a total of four road-course layouts – the 2.28 – mile primary circuit that includes most of the big oval, and three smaller infield-only courses.




Race Results

eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series

Season Pole position Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2010 Us.png Ray Alfalla Us.png Derek Wood
2011 Us.png Josh Parker Us.png Ray Alfalla
2012 Us.png Nick Ottinger Us.png Ray Alfalla
2013 Us.png Nick Ottinger Us.png Nick Ottinger Gale Force Racing YoutubeButton.png
2014 Us.png Joey Brown Us.png Kevin King The TEAM YoutubeButton.png
2015 Us.png Justin Bolton Us.png Chad J Laughton Wheelmen Inc. YoutubeButton.png
2016 Us.png Justin Bolton Us.png PJ Stergios ineX Racing YoutubeButton.png
2017 Us.png Ryan Michael Luza Us.png Allen Boes Deadzone Racing YoutubeButton.png
2018 Ca.png Keegan Leahy Us.png Ryan Michael Luza Phenom Racing Team YoutubeButton.png
2019 Us.png Michael Conti Us.png Ryan Michael Luza FlipSid3 Tactics YoutubeButton.png
2020 Us.png Graham A. Bowlin Us.png Michael Conti Jr Motorsports YoutubeButton.png
2021 Us.png Mitchell deJong Ca.png Keegan Leahy 23XI Racing YoutubeButton.png