Reliant Park (formerly the Astrodomain) is a complex in Houston, Texas, USA, named after the energy company Reliant Energy. It is located on Kirby Drive at the 610 Loop. This complex of buildings encompasses 350 acres (1.4 km2) of land and consists of five venues: Carruth Plaza, Reliant Stadium, Reliant Center, Reliant Arena and Reliant Astrodome.
The complex hosts many sporting events and conventions each year, the largest of which are the Houston Texans games, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, and the Grand Prix of Houston.
The complex is served by the Reliant Park Station, a light rail station on the Red Line of the METRORail light rail system. It also includes one of the world's largest parking lots (holding 26,000 total) and sees nearly 750 events yearly. Until 2005, the lot also served as a parking lot for Six Flags Astroworld, which has since closed.
... on a course laid out in the parking lot of the Reliant Park Complex ... this time the race was held on a 1.7-mile temporary street circuit on the Reliant Park complex instead of the downtown streets and was the first race held on a ... course, naming it JAGFlo Speedway at Reliant Park ...
... The JAGFlo Speedway at Reliant Park is a temporary street circuit that is configured throughout Reliant Park's parking lot ... The pit lane and paddock for the race teams were located in Reliant Arena ... announced that Grand Prix of Houston will return in 2013 to the temporary circuit in Reliant Park ...
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