LVMS rolling out new shuttle service for South Point 400 weekend
Las Vegas Motor Speedway's new Front-Stretch Shuttle will offer the closest possible drop-off and pick-up location available during the South Point 400 weekend.
"We expect Front-Stretch Shuttle to provide the best transit experience we've ever had at Las Vegas Motor Speedway," LVMS President Chris Powell said. "Fans will love the new pick-up and drop-off location at the speedway, and it will make their travel to and from the track virtually worry free. We're always looking for ways to improve our fan experience at LVMS, and we're confident Front-Stretch Shuttle will do exactly that."
With no waiting to load, each patron will have a reserved seat on a climate-controlled luxury motor coach. Front-Stretch Shuttle will travel a dedicated, time-saving route avoiding all highway and Las Vegas Boulevard traffic.
Upon arrival at LVMS, each motor coach will park at the drag strip, within sight of and a very short walk to the main entrance gate. Every rider will receive a premium goodie bag, including an official souvenir program.
Five convenient pick-up points have been established for Front-Stretch Shuttle and will be run by staff trained to assist in dispatch, loading and unloading. Rides will originate from convenient Strip locations at Tropicana, Treasure Island, Planet Hollywood and Stratosphere, while downtown service is scheduled from Main Street Station.
The following daily departure times have been established for each hotel: Friday, Sept. 14 - 3 p.m. Pacific Time; Saturday, Sept. 15 - 10 a.m.; and Sunday, Sept. 16 - 8 a.m. Boarding will begin 15 minutes prior to the scheduled time of hotel departure.
Each day, one-hour after the checkered flag, Front-Stretch Shuttle will depart LVMS.
Under management of a 40-year industry leader and three-time customer service award winner, the cost for Front-Stretch Shuttle's exclusive three-day round-trip service is $159 per person.
The World of Westgate 200 Camping World Truck Series race is set for Friday, with the DC Solar 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series event following on Saturday and the South Point 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoff kickoff capping the weekend's racing on Sunday.