The Las Vegas Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities will host its annual golf tournament, Drive For Charity Presented By Insomniac, on Monday, June 10, at TPC Las Vegas.
Spectator gates will open at 5 p.m. Spectators may save money by purchasing admission tickets in advance.
Proceeds from the combination 5k run or one-mile walk will benefit the Las Vegas Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities and the Wounded Warrior Project.
Military personnel with ID will receive discounts, including $5 off on racer or rider passes ($10 instead of $15) and free grandstand spectator admission.
Two of the deciding factors were the 1.5-mile superspeedway's thrilling high-banked turns and fabulous Neon Garage fan experience, both added in 2007.
Final-round results from the May 18 and 19 E.T. bracket races and Jr. Dragster meets at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
All participants ages 12 and older must register. All pre-registered participants will receive a t-shirt and bib on the day of the event. Strollers are welcome, but no pets, please.
"We've worked hard all year on this car and now it's beginning to show," said Haase in victory lane.
Jim Pettit II of Prunedale, Calif., and Dylan Kwasniewski of Las Vegas shared the spotlight tonight at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The party will include Bullring cars on display (including Jay Beasley, Caden Carlin and Phil Goodwin) and live music. Children will be encouraged to make their own pizzas.
Jay Beasley started from the pole position and led the first five laps until Haase took command.
Now in its 12th year, MOPAR Midnight Mayhem is The Strip at LVMS's safe alternative to illegal street racing. The speedway staff encourages enthusiasts to race each other on the safer confines of its NHRA-sanctioned, quarter-mile drag strip.
In Jr. Dragster competition, Peyton Januik and Adrienne Markham – both of Las Vegas – won the 8-12 and 13-18 finals, respectively.
At Speedway Motorsports, Inc., going green doesn’t just mean the drop of the flag, it is a companywide commitment to reducing material use, recycling materials, tires and oil, improving air and water quality and decreasing energy and water consumption. In fact, SMI’s Green Globe program, launched in 2011, is delivering a dramatic improvement in the company’s environmental track-print.
E.T. Bracket Series and NHRA Jr. Dragster final-round winners.
NEXT RACE: Saturday, May 4 -- NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, ASA Truck Series.
For more information, please call LVMS at (702) 644-4444 or visit www.LVMS.com. Follow LVMS on Facebook and Twitter.
Tony Schumacher, Cruz Pedregon and Allen Johnson have won the NHRA SummitRacing.com Nationals.
Nathan Boss won his very first NASCAR Bomber feature tonight.
Johnson wins K&N Horsepower Challenge
Crespi tabbed Mike Edwards as the favorite in the Pro Stock category.
“Las Vegas has been very good to us,” Anderson said. “It’s always very important for us to do well there, it’s our team owner Ken Black’s home track, and this race is particularly special because it’s sponsored by Summit Racing Equipment.”
This weekend: NHRA SummitRacing.com Nationals at The Strip.
The autograph session will take place Thursday from 6-8 p.m. in the Staten Island Room, near the Sporting House Bar & Grill.
Jay Beasley scored his first-ever Bullring NASCAR Super Late Model feature tonight at .Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Beasley prevailed in a late-race battle with four-time Bullring champion Scott Gafforini after the pair swapped the lead twice.
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Lowe’s Companies Inc. will continue its successful partnership with Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Please note: All driver appearances are subject to change.
As the old saying goes, “To be the best, you have to beat the best."
Johnson was tabbed as the man to get to the checkered flag first by the LVH Super Book in Las Vegas.
“Not too many people beat the odds in Las Vegas, but after 12 attempts of trying to win there, I think I’m overdue,” said Busch.
The social media hub, located in the Neon Garage, will host computers accompanied by large video monitors and screens that will give fans a live view of social networking by some of the top personalities in NASCAR.
44 entries received
Practice will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and is free to the public.
That’s right … billions. With a “b.”
The performance will start at approximately 11:15 a.m.
Golf Channel will broadcast power golf's premier event live in prime time on Wednesday, October 30
Admission is free and seating is limited.
Las Vegasheadliner Marie Osmond will sing the national anthem prior to the March 10 Kobalt Tools 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The longer Danica Patrick can keep at the front of the field in Sunday’s Daytona 500, the less the cost of tickets for the 2014 NASCAR Weekend in Las Vegas will be.
Event partners Budweiser, KKLZ-FM 96.3 and 102.7 FM The Coyote are joining with the speedway to give race fans the chance to win prizes while watching “The Great American Race” with other race fans.
It was a busy day for the 2006 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie of the year.
Jeff Stults will do what every aspiring singer dreams of on Saturday, March 9, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
LVMS and Chrysler Group LLC expanding long-running agreement. Dodge will return as the Official Vehicle of LVMS in 2013.
Grandstands will be open to the public, free of charge.
Laps for Charity is open to all licensed drivers 18 years of age and older and the entry fee is $30 per vehicle.
One singer will receive a one-of-a-kind opportunity to perform before the start of the Sam’s Town 300.
“I am very excited about the opportunity to take on a greater role here at the speedway and to work with a terrific staff.”
2013 NASCAR Weekend schedule, including Stratosphere Pole Day, Sam’s Town 300 and Kobalt Tools 400.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas NFR and Boyd Gaming are giving ONE of you the chance to win TWO trips of a lifetime!
Las Vegas Motor Speedway has set aside a day for NASCAR Sprint Cup teams.