Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Tuesday August 30, 2016
  • Larson finally finds his way to victory lane after 3 years
  • CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Kyle Larson first took off his steering wheel and hung it out the window as he did celebratory burnouts. Then he climbed to the roof of his car and raised his arms in triumph.

  • Eldora GM calls $16.5-million lawsuit filed against Tony Stewart, others 'meritless'
  • Eldora Speedway general manager Roger Slack reacts sharply to news that the dirt track owned by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Tony Stewart is being sued for millions of dollars.

  • Get your leisure suit ready for rockin' at Darlington Raceway
  • Darlington was Daytona before Daytona, and Talladega before Talladega. Now it's back in it's rightful spot on the NASCAR schedule and more fun than just about every place else on the racing circuit.

  • Overdrive: Joey Logano on the Chase Bubble
  • Jeff Hammond and Joey Logano debate whether or not the five drivers on the Chase bubble will make NASCAR's version of the playoffs in 2016.

  • Winner's Weekend: Kyle Larson - Michigan
  • Kyle Larson and crew chief Chad Johnston recap the strategy that took them to Victory Lane in the Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway.

  • Vote now on your favorite RCR/JTG Darlington throwback paint scheme
  • Now's your chance to pick your favorite Richard Childress Racing or JTG Racing Bojangles' Southern 500 throwback paint scheme.

  • Check out the entry list for Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington
  • NASCAR has released the official entry list for this Sunday's Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway. Check out who's on it here.

  • NASCAR youth shines at Michigan with front-running performances
  • The youth movement is in full-effect in the Sprint Cup Series and the Pure Michigan 400 was the perfect showcase of their talent.

  • Rick Hendrick now faces tough questions about Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • The longer Dale Earnhardt Jr. is sidelined by concussion-like symptoms, the hardest the answers become to questions team owner Rick Hendrick wasn't anticipating.

  • Kyle Larson joins list of where every full-time driver won first race
  • Kyle Larson earned his first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. See where every active full-time driver who owns at least one win captured their very first.

    Las Vegas Motor Speedway

    Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas Motor Speedway
    The "Diamond in the Desert" has been deemed the most remarkable race complex in the world. Sports Illustrated called it the Racing Capitol of the West. Just a few miles north of The Strip, Las Vegas Motor Speedway is one of the most complete racing complexes in the world, including road courses, a 3/8 mile oval, a dirt track and a state-of-the-art drag racing facility. In 2007, the track completed construction on the Neon Garage, which provides unprecedented access to race teams and drivers, unique concession areas, live entertainment and the Winner's Circle.

    Track Info

    Track Address: 7000 Las Vegas Blvd.
    Las Vegas, NV. 89115
    (800) 644-4444
    Offical Web Site:
    Track Shape: D-Shaped Oval
    Track Length: 1.5 miles
    Front Stretch Length: 2,275 feet
    Back Stretch Length: 1,572 feet
    Banking: 20° Turns
    9° Frontstretch
    9° Backstretch
    Seating Capacity: 142,000
    First Winner: Mark Martin (1998)
    Most Wins: Jimmie Johnson (4)
    Lap Record: Matt Kenseth 188.884 mph (28.598 sec)

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