We camped in the infield for the Pepsi 400 last year in our 32 foot Jayco TT. There are paved full hook ups (water, electric, sewer, cable) $$$$$ the full length of Lake Lloyd. These sites are also fenced and gated!!! Behind them are dry sites. Most of these sites are 20 X 40, and you must get everything (trailer, toad, tow vehicle, etc) on the site. They can be tight, with your awning almost touching the unit next to you. You may also have a Home Depot generator blasting in your ear. I had a MH with a diesel generator aimed at my front door (phew). There are also sites with hookups coming off turn 4. Between turns 1 and 2 are more dry sites. If you don't want to spring for the full hookup sites ($$$$), the cheapest dry sites are those that back up to the full hookup sites. They call this the "red" section. We stayed in this red section that backed up against the fence of the full hookup sites. This actually worked out pretty good, as the main road that bisects the track was in front of us (lots to see and entertain you), and the fence was behind us. I fired up my Honda 3000 at noon on Wednesday, and never turned it off until Sunday morning. I burned only 21 gallons of gas in 3 1/2 days and that was with the A/C running the whole time. It was an experience, but prices are up again this year. Four days in the dry camping red section for the Pepsi 400 last year was $450. The full hook up sites were $950 for 4 days. Keep in mind, that these prices include your tickets, fan zone, etc.
2002 Jayco Eagle 300FSS Travel Trailer, 2005 Chevy 2500HD Crew Cab 4X4 w/Duramax, RDS 60 Gallon Toolbx/Tank Combo, Edge EZ, Boost Stick, Bilstein Shocks, Michelin 265 MS2, Isspro Pyrometer and Boost Gauges, ARE Topper, Honda EU3000