One of the most iconic drag strips in the country, The Strip at LVMS is a spectacle to behold!

Recently widened from two to four lanes, The Strip is one of just two drag strips in the nation to feature four-wide racing. The world's best drag racers hit speeds in excess of 330 miles per hour at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway drag strip, a place where world championships have been decided and records set through the years.

Opened in 2000, the track is home to two NHRA national events, in addition to more than 50 other events annually.  

This facility includes enclosed suites accessible by elevator and permanent restroom facilities.  The adjacent paddock area is lighted and features 1.2 million square feet of unobstructed asphalt that is ideal for even the largest ride-and-drive events.

Track Facts

  • Configuration: .25-mile Drag Strip, .25-mile shutdown lane
  • Surface: Concrete/Asphalt
  • Lighting: Musco broadcast quality
  • PA system: Available
  • Electricity: Available
  • Restrooms: Available
  • Parking: Adjacent to track

2017/2018 Four-Wide Expansion

  • Entire racing surface of old track was removed (only left wall remains)
  • Underground tunnel extended 64 feet
  • More than 225,000 pounds of steel rebar used
  • 10,000 tons of gravel used
  • 10,000 feet of fiber optic cable used for timing system
  • 8,000 tons of asphalt used
  • 4,400 cubic yards of concrete used