The event takes place at Texas World Speedway and is hosted by the Super Promotion organisation. The race day is unlocked upon Ryan Cooper dominating either of Super Promotion's Nevada Highway or Infineon II events.
The race day allows all participants to drive any vehicle of their choosing but a Grip, Drag and Drift vehicle is required for entry. A backup car may also be chosen but will be restricted to a single class.
Completing a race at this race day event will award $2,000 for a 3rd place finish, $3,000 for a 2nd place finish and $5,000 for a 1st place finish.
Reaching the win criteria at the race day will reward Ryan Cooper with $12,000 and dominating the race day will reward Ryan Cooper with $24,000.
Super Promotion's Texas World Speedway race day has a total of seven available events; one Grip, one Grip Class, one Grip Sector, one Time Attack, one Quarter-Mile Drag, one Wheelie Competition, and one Drift.
|Grip||GP Circuit A||3 Laps||5:23.39||9,150||Ray Krieger|
|Grip Class||Oval Circuit||3 Laps||3:11.54||8,880||Ivan Tarkovsky|
|Sector Shootout||GP Circuit B||3 Laps||8,270||Henrik Dehn|
|Time Attack||Short Circuit B||3 Laps||1:13.25||9,010||Paul Trask|
|1/4 Mile Drag||Quarter-Mile Drag||3 Heats||12.42||9,360||Ryo Watanabe|
|Wheelie Competition||Quarter-Mile Drag||3 Heats||8,760||Craig Wright|
|Drift||Drift Course D||3 Heats||0|