Las Vegas Motor Speedway has decided to lower concession prices for weekly racing events at The Strip and the dirt track.

After a successful opening weekend of lower prices at the Bullring, LVMS officials decided to apply the new pricing to all weekly events.

¿This price reduction is the result of a yearlong effort between LVMS and our parent company's concessionaire, Levy Restaurants Sports & Entertainment,¿ said Chris Powell, LVMS president and general manager. ¿Auto racing is family entertainment and we are striving to keep the Bullring, The Strip and the dirt track affordable for everyone. I am confident the race fans attending the stock car and drag races this weekend will be pleasantly surprised, and I would like to thank Levy Restaurants, our food and beverage partner, for their cooperation.

¿The overwhelming positive feedback we received Saturday night at the Bullring made the decision to extend the new pricing to The Strip and dirt track and easy one.¿

The new pricing will not be in place for some national and regional events.

The following is a list of new concession prices compared with past pricing:

Hamburger -- from $5 to $4

Hot Dog -- from $4 to $2

Soft Pretzel -- from $3 to $2.50

M&Ms -- from $2 to $1.50

Nachos -- from $3 to $2

Popcorn -- from $3 to $2.50

Potato Chips -- from $2 to $1.50

Beer (12 oz) -- from $4 to $3