GoVision

, Texas' regional provider of stadium-sized, mobile LED screens, is bringing the excitement of Texas Motor Speedway to race fans through a partnership between the two companies. GoVision will broadcast the racing action on all major race weekends, using its two Go Big mobile units. GoVision will have two custom-built mobile units at the speedway displaying the race action. The trucks feature 9'x16' Barco DLite 10 LED screens that are visible in daylight or dark. The screens can be raised 15' and can rotate 360º.

"This new service will be a great attraction for our fans," speedway general manager Eddie Gossage said. "GoVision provides a state-of-the-art presentation that is second to none in the industry. This just adds to the great racing atmosphere on race day."

"We are excited to be associated with Texas Motor Speedway," GoVision sales and marketing director Mike Godwin said. "We are a local company and feel this is a tremendous opportunity for us. I think the fans will really like what they see this year."

GoVision screens will be on-site at Texas Motor Speedway at all major race weekends, beginning with RPM Week-Texas, March 27-30, featuring the NASCAR Winston Cup Series Samsung/RadioShack 500, and Busch Series O'Reilly 300. GoVision will return for the June 5-7 Indy Racing League and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series races. The jumbo screen video trucks will also be on-site for the season finale races during the October 10-12 Chevy 500k IRL weekend as well as the sprint car races at the Dirt Track that weekend.