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Monday May 17, 2021

Four Nevada motorsports legends were honored Saturday night at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and the theme continued later in the evening with two local racers scoring impressive features in Round 3 of the 10-race Short Track racing series at the famed 3/8-mile paved oval.

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  • 05/12/21

    The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will pay tribute to a quartet of West Coast Stock Car Hall of Famers on Saturday night. LVMS founder Richie Clyne, South Point Hotel owner Michael Gaughan, long-time NASCAR team owner Craig Keough and veteran crew chief Jerry Pitts will be saluted this Saturday night in association with Round 3 of the 10-race short-track series at the paved 3/8-mile oval beginning at 6:45 p.m. PDT.

  • 05/12/21

    What classes are you racing this season?

    I’m racing a Modified and Super Late Model this season, maybe Pro Late too. 

  • 05/10/21

    It was a perfect night to celebrate Mother’s Day at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night with many youngsters thanking their moms in victory lane in Round 2 of the 10-race short-track Series at the fast 3/8-mile paved oval. The first 500 mothers attending Saturday received carnations courtesy of Blooming Memory Flowers.

  • 05/04/21

    Tuesday was a day for the coaches to be coached as instructors from Dream Racing put several UNLV Rebels coaches through a crash course on driving high-powered Lamborghinis.

    Four UNLV head coaches visited Las Vegas Motor Speedway and burned up the asphalt at speeds of more than 150 miles per hour as part of the annual Rebel Caravan. This third annual event was making its first ever visit to LVMS.

  • 05/04/21

    After an enthusiastic return to competition last month kicking off the 37th year of action, the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway brings Round 2 of the 10-race 2021 short track series to the popular 3/8-mile paved oval Saturday night for a special “Mother’s Day” edition of the program starting at 6:45 p.m.

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