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Duck Commander 500 delayed by rain

6 April 2014 | 7:41 pm FORT WORTH, Texas — The Duck Commander 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway was delayed by rain. Track drying efforts took place throughout the day, as NASCAR and track officials are hoping to get the race in on Sunday. Texas Motor Speedway is equipped with track lighting, so racing into the night is an option, weather permitting. When the race does get underway, Tony … http://sports.yahoo.com/news/duck-commander-500-delayed-rain-193814727–nascar.html

Rain delay: Good news is that TMS has lights, Air Titan on hand

6 April 2014 | 7:31 pm The start of the Duck Commander 500 has been delayed because of rain at Texas Motor Speedway. But now the rain has stopped and the green flag is set for 4:31 p.m. http://msn.foxsports.com/nascar/story/rain-delay-good-news-is-that-tms-has-lights-air-titan-on-hand-040614

Cowboys TE Witten confident Romo will return 'better than ever'

6 April 2014 | 4:13 pm Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten was at Texas Motor Speedway Sunday to watch the race and drive the pace car for the Duck Commander 500. http://msn.foxsports.com/southwest/story/cowboys-te-witten-confident-romo-will-return-better-than-ever-040614

NASCAR at Texas Motor Speedway 2014: Lineup, starting grid for …

6 April 2014 | 3:00 pm The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will make its next stop on Sunday in Fort Worth, Texas for the Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway, where Tony Stewart will lead the field to the green flag. Pre-race coverage for … http://www.sbnation.com/nascar/2014/4/6/5585862/2014-nascar-texas-motor-speedway-lineup-starting-grid

NASCAR Texas 2014: Start time, TV schedule for Duck Commander …

6 April 2014 | 12:00 pm Tony Stewart will start on the pole on Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway in the Duck Commander 500. http://www.sbnation.com/nascar/2014/4/6/5585774/2014-nascar-texas-motor-speedway-start-time-tv-schedule

How to follow Duck Commander 500 online, TV schedule, radio and …

6 April 2014 | 12:00 pm After the bruising short track racing at Martinsville last weekend, NASCAR returns to oval racetracks this week when it visits Texas Motor Speedway. And if recent history is any indicator, then the Duck Commander 500 should … http://www.sbnation.com/nascar/2014/4/6/5586414/duck-commander-500-nascar-texas-motor-speedway-2014-streaming-tv-radio

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4 Responses to Texas Motor Speedway

    • Curator says:

      That has nothing to do with it and you kn ow it, as for the answer given by God’s God?
      Poppycock and balderdash, Obviously He has no idea about what he is talking about concerning The IQ of NASCAR Drivers and fans, if he knew what was involved in that Sport and knew those who went there (and I have, at The Texas Motor Speedway) he would know better, he obviously gets his information from lying liberal sites who fabricate their eviodences through faulty means and by outright lying to fit their agenda.

      I know many who go there and are fans who are very wealthy, one of my Best Friends is the owner of a major insurance company, who is an advid NASCAR fan, who owns a mansion and a Fleet of jaguars and Shelby Mustangs as well as a Delorean, Obviously it takes brains and a high IQ to Obtain that as He surely didn’t have it back in the 70’s when I 1st met him , Now he is a Millionaire and if you went to these Massive events, You can tell by what the fans Drive that They are not stupid by any means.

      Also, the claim that they only do this once a years also proves the ignorance, They race all year long in different States and places, The following Race Schedule puts that accusation to bed.


      Now, I am not a Big fan, Haven’t actually gone in years, I just haven’t developed a taste for it as My Childhood Friends have now that we are adults, But I do understand a few Things about it.

      But when I use to go, I would study it because my two best friends were heavily into it, I just couldn’t enjoy it as they do, but see how they do.

  • Okie says:

    Moving To Taxes, Any Advice? My family as decided to move from Virginia to Taxes, We might be able to establish a small business there. Can you guys please tell me about Taxes the, landscaping, about the people, schools, neighborhoods, and job opportunities, and do you think it’s a good idea to move from VA to TX?


    • Curator says:

      Texas is a huge state, and has many different landscapes. What area of Texas will you be moving to? The booming metropolitan areas are going to be Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston.

      Houston is huge, and only an hour from the Gulf Coast. Cost of living there is less than DFW. Traffic is terrible. It rains a lot. Lots of big trees.

      DFW is also huge and is divided between the Fort Worth side on the west and the Dallas side on the eat. It’s about 40 minutes in no traffic to get from downtown Dallas to downtown Fort Worth, to give you an idea. It’s mostly grassland. DFW is great for small businesses with it’s many shopping centers and strip malls. You see little mom and pop shops spring up every day. There are still plenty of big box stores, chains, and many corporate offices, so finding a job should be a cinch if you have the skill/personality.. Schools and neighborhoods vary widely, with bad areas like south Dallas and really high end areas like Plano and Southlake.

      DFW has a lot to offer. There are zoos, art galleries, lots of foodie restaurants, Texas Motor Speedway, lots of parks and lakes, main streets, performance halls, shopping centers, and really anything else you can think of.

      Texas is said to be one of the best states to set up a business. Also, there’s no state income tax! But the sales tax and property tax are a little higher than other states, I’d say.

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