The popularity of Las Vegas Motor Speedway's newest attraction has led to the sellout of all pit passes for the March 9-11, 2007 NASCAR Weekend.

An overwhelming response to the speedway's Jackpot Pass has forced the speedway to suspend sales of pit passes for the event. The Jackpot Pass allows access to both the Neon Garage and the pits for all three days and is the only remaining way for race fans to gain pit access.

"We knew as soon as we announced the creation of the Neon Garage that it would quickly become one of the most popular fan attractions in motorsports," said LVMS general manager Chris Powell. "But the demand for this type of access has been a real eye-opener.  We're pleasantly surprised at the extreme interest fans have for seeing the sport from a completely new angle."

The Neon Garage will be positioned in the center of the LVMS infield. It will be composed of four buildings - constructed in the shape of a diamond - in which the NASCAR Nextel Cup teams will prepare their cars to race. Each building will be two levels, allowing fans to watch the teams work from ground level or from an elevated position.

The center of the Neon Garage will be open to credentialed race fans. There will be a sports bar with big screens to watch the on-track action, concession stands and continuous entertainment acts that represent Las Vegas' best shows. As an added bonus, the speedway is moving its Winner's Circle into the Neon Garage.

Race fans can get race tickets, Jackpot Passes, Neon Garage passes and Lucky 7 Preferred parking passes by calling the speedway at 1-800-644-4444 or on the web at