The premier motorsport event of the year featuring all-out drag racing, intense roll racing, a dyno challenge, night meet, and more, TX2K has been bringing together enthusiasts for over 20 years. For 2021, the TX2K21 Presented by Induction Performance event promises to be even bigger than ever and is going down over the weekend of March 18-21 at Houston Raceway Park Powered by Pennzoil in Baytown, Texas. Get Stream Link
TX2K21 Presented by Induction Performance
Event Dates: March 18-21, 2021
City: Baytown, TX
Track Name: Houston Raceway Park Powered by Pennzoil
Live Stream: Watch Online Here
Run over the course of four days, participants and spectators are treated to an adrenaline-filled onslaught of pure horsepower. From its early days as a small gathering of friends, TX2K has evolved into a massive gathering, drawing crowds of over 25,000 people. The nationally renowned automotive experience is unmatched in its energy with 200-plus mph roll races and multiple drag race categories featuring 1,000-plus horsepower street cars.
Viewing guide for TX2K21 Live Stream Online
If you want to catch the ultimate street car event with both drag racing and roll racing, make sure you tune in to watch.
TX2K21 Presented by Induction Performance will be shown live RIGHT HERE from Houston Raceway Park on March 18-21.
Sunday, March 21 – Drag Race Eliminations
- 9:00 am Pit Gate and Spectator Gate/Vendor Midway opens
• 10:45 am Opening Ceremonies, Invocation, and National Anthem
• 11:00 am Round 1 of Drag Race Eliminations (including Exhibition Class)
• 1:00 pm Round 2 of Drag Race Eliminations (including Exhibition Class)
• 2:30 pm Round 3 of Drag Race Eliminations (including Exhibition Class)
• 3:30 pm Finals Round of Drag Race Eliminations (including Exhibition Class)
• 4:00 pm Drag Race Awards Ceremony on the TX2K Main Stage
• 5:00 pm secure track
Chief Mike Lee tweeted Friday morning that in one night alone they had 43 arrests, one pursuit, several cars towed and “guns taken off the streets.” He shared several photos of the cars that were towed, which included a Lamborghini, a Corvette, several Ford Mustangs and a pickup truck.
“Like Ricky Bobby, I know some of you ‘just wanna go fast’. Trust me. I get it. But there’s a right way to do it. And there’s a wrong way that’s likely to land you in jail and your expensive muscle car at the impound yard,” tweeted Sheriff Ed Gonzalez.
The sheriff’s office recent street racing initiative is tied into the annual TX2K21 Roll & Drag Race Nationals in Baytown.
It’s part of a “call for an end to the dangerous street racing and public road takeovers that have plagued public roadways comes as race aficionados converge in Baytown,” for the racing event, the sheriff’s office stated earlier this week. Read Continue