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Cowtown Cars & Coffee Texas Motor Speedway Cruise

  • 04/20/2019
  • 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Fort Worth, Texas


  • RSVP confirmation to attend car meet and cruise for lunch. Lunch provided at no cost to member. Guest fee $15.00 per person.
  • RSVP confirmation to attend car meet and cruise for lunch. Lunch provided at no cost to member + immediate family members.
  • RSVP confirmation to attend car meet and cruise for lunch. Prospective member lunch is free and if you bring a guest, there is a $15.00 fee $15.00 per guest.

Registration is closed

The parking lot opens at 7:00AM and you do not have to arrive early as there is plenty of room in the Crystal Lot to park at Texas Motor Speedway even if you arrive at 8:00AM or even 9:00AM. Lots of good hot coffee and donuts and some awesome cars will be on display at this event. For this Cars and Coffee event TMS is also hosting at no cost to all C&C participants "laps around track" at the world famous Texas Motor Speedway.

RSVP is required to attend this car meet as a V-Club member (or prospective member) since the V-Club will be cruising over to Ponder, Texas for lunch at 11:30AM at the legendary Ranchman's Cafe .  We will depart TMS immediately after the laps for the short 18 minute cruise to Ranchman's Cafe.  The cruise for lunch is optional so be sure to denote your preference when you submit your RSVP registration form via CadillacVClub.com.

Ranchman's Cafe
110 W. Bailey
Ponder, TX 76259


Menu selections include any burger or sandwich on the menu including fresh cut Idaho fries and a non-alcoholic beverage.   The steak burgers are ground on premises from steak cuts, cooked to order served on a toasted bun.


If you drive north from Fort Worth along FM 156 towards Oklahoma, you will feel the peace and beauty of the real Texas. Traveling out of the “burbs”, you will begin to pass small Texas towns where farmers and ranchers still work the land and have mud on their boots. The road follows the railroad tracks that run all the way to the northern U.S. border. A few miles down the road, the small town of Ponder sits, and if you blink, you might miss it, so watch closely. Turn left on Bailey Street (the main street in Ponder), and you will see Ranchman’s Ponder Steakhouse. Be sure and stop and treat yourself to a chunk of Texas hospitality and some good old-fashioned Texas cooking.

Ranchman’s has been a mainstay in North Texas for sixty-three years. The secret according to many out-of-state and foreign visitors could be that “Ranchman’s is as Texas as you can get”, explains the “Ranchman” himself, Dave Ross, the owner for the last eighteen years.