I spent last Saturday hanging out at Texas World Speedway with my friends in The Drivers Edge. TWS is an interesting place – it's a partially dilapidated oval-racing relic from 1969. The grandstands, seen above, are condemned. Despite this, the track hosts driving schools and private tests all the time. I don't think they use the full oval very much, but the driving clubs utilize the banked front straight and infield road course which actually extends outside of the oval. It's a very fast, 15-corner circuit, and it's quite intimidating. I last drove at TWS in December 2010, and though I went this time just to hang out, I still had a ton of fun just being around the atmosphere. While there, I managed to take some pictures as well.
The dark silver 350Z (#305) shown belongs to friend of the blog Dave Russell, who was absolutely flying this weekend, despite being on worn Yoko AD08s, in a run group filled with cars on R-comps.