The Strip at LVMS encourages Midnight Mayhem Repeat Offenders

The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will launch its new Repeat Offender program during BFGoodrich Midnight Mayhem Friday night. The new program encourages repeat customers, adding another incentive to race at The Strip and not on the street.

Repeat Offender cards will be distributed at the racer entry gate. Racers will have their Repeat Offender cards punched each time they enter a BFGoodrich Midnight Mayhem between May 20 and the Dec. 2 season finale. When a driver?s card is punched five times, he or she will receive a free 2005 BFGoodrich Midnight Mayhem Repeat Offender decal and a free Sportsman (Street) class entry in the next Jerry?s Nugget Championship Drag Racing Series event.

All Repeat Offenders will be eligible for a drawing that will award prizes from series sponsor BFGoodrich. One lucky winner will receive a 2006 LVMS Strip "gold card" (a $420 value) which we be good for free race entry in the Sportsman (Street) or Sport Compact division at all Jerry's Nugget Championship Drag Racing Series events in 2006.

Now in its fourth year, BFGoodrich Midnight Mayhem was designed to attract illegal street racers to the safe confines of The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Midnight Mayhem is open to any licensed driver with proof of insurance and any street-legal car or motorcycle. Minors must present a completed parental consent form. No alcohol is allowed or sold on premises during BFGoodrich Midnight Mayhem. Entry fee is $10 to race, $5 for spectators. Each Midnight Mayhem event includes a car show hosted by Euro Entertainment, hip-hop DJs and midway attractions.

BFGoodrich Midnight Mayhem 2005 schedule: May 20, June 3, June 17, July 8, July 22, Aug. 5, Aug. 19, Sept. 30, Oct. 14, Nov. 4, Dec. 2.