Las Vegas Motor Speedway will play a significant role in Sunday's season finale of the All-Star edition of "The Amazing Race," the popular reality television series that airs Sunday nights at 8 p.m. on CBS.

Three two-person teams have survived the first 11 episodes of "The Amazing Race" and will compete for the grand prize of $1 million in what promises to be a star-studded finale. CBS is promoting an appearance by illusionist David Copperfield, who created a challenge that requires teams to master the art of escape.

"The Amazing Race" has seen the all-star contestants race around the world, visiting such exotic locales as China, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Italy and Spain. This season's show premiered on Feb. 24 with 11 teams selected from past contestants and teams have been eliminated along the way. The three teams vying for the $1 million grand prize in Sunday's finale are the father and son duo of Dave and Connor O'Leary, country singers Caroline Cutbirth and Jennifer Wayne and newlyweds Brendon Villegas and Rachel Reilly.

"The Amazing Race" has aired in the United States since 2001 and has earned nine Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program. Phil Keoghan has served as host of the show since its inception.

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