Fans have already started camping out at Texas Motor Speedway for the Duck Commander 500 which is scheduled to be run on Sunday.
The race is part of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stock car race and is expected to bring around 200,000 people to the track.
The attendance won't be the only big thing out at TMS -- this race will be the first to utilize the new "Big Hoss TV" that was recently installed at the speedway.
Representatives from the Guinness Book of World Records are scheduled to attend this weekend to name the massive screen as the "largest high-definition LED video board in the world."
The race is named after Duck Commander, the business behind the stars of the TV show Duck Dynasty. The duck-call makers bought naming rights to the race in February.