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Participants

U.S. Mile Racing

The Houston Mile welcomes 150 participants to compete for Top Speed honors at the historic Ellington Airport. The event is open to automobiles and motorcycles.In 2014, there will be two events: one 1-Mile competition and one ½ Mile event with Aero’s and Autos.Be the first to set the inaugural top speed record.

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Spectators

U.S. Mile Racing

Spectators get an opportunity to interact with all the drivers and riders. While participants are prepping in their paddock locations, spectators are able to see their cars and motorcycles up close. The Houston Mile has set-up viewing areas for spectators to see the high-speed action along several sections of The Mile track.

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U.S. Mile News

U.S. Mile Racing

The team of The Texas Mile that brought Top Speed 1-Mile Competitions to The Lone Star State will bring 1-Mile Racing to Houston in the Spring of 2014. Hennessey Performance is the Title Sponsor.

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Results

U.S. Mile Racing

Participant vehicles are classified based on the performance capabilities and modifications that they have made to their car or motorcycle. They compete for top speed with like classed vehicles. They begin with a standing start and their top speed is calculated by a speed trap system that is set-up at the one-mile marker of the track.

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M2K Motorsports Ford GT 278MPH @ The Texas Mile

M2K Motorsports Ford GT 278MPH @ The Texas Mile

Nov 21, 2013

Watch How This Team Got A Ford GT To Do 278 MPH At The Texas Mile. Here’s what the proud owner had to say about it:

“The Ford GT was built and tuned by M2K Motorsports out of Fulshear, Texas. This is the same car that held the previous record at the Texas Mile at speeds of 257.7mph, 263.3mph and 267.6mph.

Ford GT Hits 278 MPH In Texas Mile

Ford GT Hits 278 MPH In Texas Mile

Nov 21, 2013

A modified Ford GT has broken the Texas Mile speed record, again.

The M2K Motorsports GT reached 278 mph over one mile from a standing start, making it the fastest vehicle ever to run at the biannual Texas speed fest.

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