The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is scheduled to host two NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series events in 2022, the National Hot Rod Association announced Wednesday.
The NHRA Four-Wide Nationals is slated for April 1-3, and the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil — part of the NHRA Countdown to the Championship — is planned for Oct. 27-30. The Strip at LVMS is one of just three drag strips, along with Pomona, Calif., and Charlotte's zMax Dragway, scheduled to host two NHRA national events in 2022.
Change (and cooler temperatures) will be in the air when NASCAR’s Cup Series returns to Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2022.
LVMS will host the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube, the debut race of NASCAR’s Next Gen car on a 1.5-mile superspeedway, on March 6. The speedway’s annual fall date, the South Point 400, will be Oct. 16 — three weeks later than past years. The South Point 400 also will be the first race of the final round of the NASCAR Playoffs.
Short-track racing competition always produces heated battles last Saturday night at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway was no different.
Saluting the Sept. 11, 2001 tragedy opened the special activities Saturday with a moment of silence and remembering the fallen heroes that day as well as accolades for late young Las Vegas racing star Spencer Clark who passed in 2006 in a highway accident.
UFC President Dana White, country music recording artist Matt Stell and comedian Jim Breuer are among the headliners for pre-race activities prior to the South Point 400 on Sunday, Sept. 26 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway today announced a partnership that will expand its marketing efforts while also supporting a weekly podcast that shines light on NASCAR’s distinguished history.
The Scene Vault Podcast and LVMS will work jointly to promote both the podcast as well as NASCAR events in Las Vegas.
This Saturday night at the fast Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will be a special tribute to one of Las Vegas’ own bright young racing stars, Spencer Clark, who lost his life in 2006 in a highway accident in New Mexico.