The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is the latest drag-racing facility to join   The service will provide live Compulink timing from The Strip's events, enabling fans to access instant results from home and racers to download a record of past runs.  A subscription to costs $40 per year.

"We tested the system during the recent sport compact event and it will launch Friday, Aug. 8, during the Test 'n' Tune," said Chris Blair, LVMS's vice president of racing operations.  "The first event that will feature coverage is the Jerry's Nugget Championship Drag Racing Series meet on Saturday, Aug. 9.

"Our late-season schedule is packed with a wide range of exciting events that attract world-wide attention," Blair continued.  "Our PSCA events, the Las Vegas Bracket Nationals and the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Finals are followed closely on other websites and webcam services.  With, fans and racers will be able to see detailed information of each and every run as quickly as possible."

In addition to up-to-the minute race results, the system also includes a weather station with temperature, wind, humidity and barometric pressure readings.

For more information, please contact The Strip's office at (702) 632-8213 or visit