Kyle Larson won for the second time in as many appearances at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, topping the podium in front of a raucous crowd Sunday to claim the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube.
With the spotlight on NASCAR this weekend in Vegas, the city’s professional soccer club, Las Vegas Lights FC, today announced that all sports fans will have the chance to save big – and just maybe, really, really big – on the club’s March 16 home opener depending on which car finds its way to victory lane.
It was a race that will soon have its own page in the Nemechek family scrapbook, as John Hunter Nemechek joined his father, Joe, as NASCAR Xfinity Series winners Saturday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It was the younger Nemechek’s 10th win in the series.
Rajah Caruth made history by becoming only the third Black driver to win a national series race when he crossed the finish line first in the Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 presented by Westgate Resorts NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race, joining the likes of hall of famer Wendell Scott and Bubba Wallace in the 20th year of NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity Program.
Bubba Wallace and Riley Herbst are gearing up for racing in Las Vegas, aiming for triumph at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway with Wallace in Cup and Herbst in Xfinity. Both drivers showcased their skill at Las Vegas Motor Speedway last year, with Wallace earning a fourth-place finish in the Pennzoil 400 and Herbst picking up his first career Xfinity win in October. As they approach the upcoming weekend, they took a moment to connect with the media, sharing thoughts and expectations for the races ahead.