Las Vegas will once again be the host city for NASCAR’s Champion’s Week – the grand finale of the 2013 racing season. Taking place on 3-6 December the program features a host of events with the highlight being Friday’s celebration with NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson…
Matt Kenseth had reason for a double celebration on Sunday as he took the checkered flag on his 41st birthday. Driving for Joe Gibbs racing, Kenseth managed to hold off…
In 2008 when NASCAR Champions Week left New York – its host city for twenty-five years – in favor of Las Vegas there were some who voiced their concern that the move was less than wise, with quips about rebounds and quickie divorces being made. However, after three years in Las Vegas, NASCAR officials are more than satisfied with the results and have made it known that NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series Awards and Champions Week will be held in Las Vegas for at least three more years – a happy union between the hot-spot tourist playground and the country’s most popular sport.
The on-track action at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday is what keeps auto racing enthusiasts coming back for more. Tony Stewart put on a superb demonstration of driving skill and determination, leading to his decisive victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Kobalt Tools 400.
The 11th Annual NHRA Nevada Nationals forms the penultimate event in the Full Throttle season, with a lot at stake for drivers in this event. This is a thrilling race that will see drivers pushing their vehicles to the limits. The day will also be the concluding event fot the NHRA Get Screened America Pro [...]
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is home to the annual Kobalt Tools 400 that was inaugurated in 1998. The race is held over a distance of four hundred miles, or six hundred and forty kilometers. Kobalt became the main sponsors for 2011. The race was known as the Shelby American from 2008 to 2010 and before that, from 2001 to 2008, it was known as the UAW Daimler Chrysler 400. On Sunday, 6 March 2011, the Kobalt Tools 400 was in full swing, and the biggest smile on the podium belonged to Carl Edwards – this year’s winner.
The Sema Show is known as one of the biggest events of the year, in the automotive industry, and will be hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Centre on the 3rd to the 6th of November 2009. It is an event that is not open to the general public, but attracts thousands of industry leaders [...]
On the 24th and 27th of September 2009, Las Vegas will be rocking to the beat of the DeLorean Car Show 2009, which will be hosted by the Palace Station Hotel and Casino. Organized by the DeLorean Car Clubs in the west, it is going to be a show that every DeLorean car owners’ dreams [...]
Born in the city of Las Vegas on 2 May 1985, Kyle Thomas Busch was destined to become a household name in the NASCAR industry, following in the footsteps of his brother Kurt. With supportive parents, Kyle was given the opportunity to explore his passion for driving from the early age of thirteen. Now, aged 23, Kyle Busch took his NASCAR career to a new high, by winning on his home turf in Las Vegas on Sunday.
The 1 200 acre Las Vegas Motor Speedway complex is situated along Las Vegas Boulevard North, and is home to four racing tracks. Speedway Motorsports Inc. are the owners of the entire complex, and have their head offices in North Carolina. Several racing teams are based here and since 2005 the track opens twice a [...]