NASCAR fans attending September's South Point 400 weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will have even more luxury seating options to enjoy while watching the world's best drivers compete at one of the sport's top facilities.

Due to high demand and in an effort to provide a more enjoyable viewing experience for its fans, the 1.5-mile speedway is repurposing some seating areas by adding 82 loge box seats in the Turn 4 area of its grandstands for the Sept. 14-16 races. The additional loge box seating - which is highlighted by swiveling armchairs, padded seating, all-inclusive food-and-beverage stations courtesy of Levy Restaurants, wait-staff service and drink rails - will be located in front of the Earnhardt Terrace between Turn 4 and the start/finish line.

In March, LVMS debuted its loge seating with 82 luxury spots below the Richard Petty Terrace near Turn 1, and the new option was a consummate success. This September, dozens more can experience NASCAR racing like never before thanks to the enhanced seating area.

"The loge boxes were a huge hit during our Pennzoil 400 race weekend in March, and we can't wait to offer the experience to more than twice as many fans this September," LVMS President Chris Powell said. "We were extremely happy with the way our facility's numerous enhancements and upgrades were received this spring, and we wanted to offer expanded loge boxes for the South Point 400 weekend. This is just the latest and greatest improvement LVMS is implementing to help provide our fans with the best experience possible, and we are confident it will be extremely popular with our loyal race fans."

LVMS will host four consecutive days of NASCAR racing at its nearly 1,000-acre property this September. The Star Nursery 100 K&N West Series race begins the festivities at the LVMS Dirt Track on Thursday, Sept. 13, followed by three straight events at the superspeedway - the World of Westgate 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Friday, Saturday's DC Solar 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series event and the South Point 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoff kickoff on Sunday.

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