In a Nutshell: John Wes Townley took the checkered flag 3.827 seconds ahead of Timothy Peters to win Saturday night’s Rhino Linings 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Townley managed to run great fuel mileage to have enough in the tank when those around him, including late-race leader Matt Crafton, ran out of gas. Show More Summary
John Wes Townley had a career day at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday. After starting the Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, he went on to claim his first-career win. Timothy Peters finished second, Ben Kennedy was third, John Hunter Nemechek fourth and Brandon Jones rounded out the top-five. “These guys [...]
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Theriault was airlifted from Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night after crashing (...)
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Theriault sustained a compression fracture in his lower back following a wreck in the Rhino Linings 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night, team Brad Keselowski Racing later announced via a press release: Read more...
While much of the NASCAR world is currently focused on Tony Stewart’s announcement and the impending rainy weekend at Dover International Speedway, the Camping World Truck Series heads west to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a Saturday night showdown. Show More Summary
Eleven-time X Games gold medalist Travis Pastrana is making a one-race return to NASCAR to compete in Saturday’s Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. He’ll drive the No. 31 Chevrolet for NTS Motorsports, sponsored by GunBroker.com, Never Too Hungover and Lazy F Ranch. Pastrana made the announcement of his second-career Truck [...]
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team Kyle Busch Motorsports has added four truck races to Christopher Bell’s schedule with the team. He’ll drive a truck for KBM in races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Oct. 3, Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway on Oct. 24, Texas Motor Speedway on Nov. 6 and Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 20. [...]
There's no shortage of entertainment options in Las Vegas, from world-class dining and shows, to good old-fashioned drinking and gambling. And yes, there's also Las Vegas Motor Speedway. But the recently approved Speedvegas facility is certain to be a destination enthusiasts will want to check out. The 100-acre facility will be just off the famous...
It’s a little past 11 o’clock on Friday and the Las Vegas Motor Speedway is pulsing with sound, lights and bodies. Polyester jellyfish and gigantic LED mushrooms hover above the crowd; the smell of funnel cakes and body odor wafts through the 100-degree air on this first night of EDC...
Drive fast cars and compete to win $100,000 with a new racing experience in Las Vegas. Exotics Racing recently opened a new welcome center at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway and plans to unleash a competitive racing series at the end of 2015.
The Electric Daisy Carnival is about a month away from bringing North America’s largest dance music festival to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The event from Insomniac returns for its fifth year June 19-21 with a lineup of electronic dance music artists performing on eight different stages on the...
Electric Daisy Carnival, the flagship annual festival for the L.A.-based dance-music promoter Insomniac, draws roughly 400,000 fans to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway over three days. It is perhaps the most recognized brand name in American dance music.
At a ceremony last Tuesday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval officially granted the first license for an autonomous commercial truck to operate on an open public highway in the United States to Daimler Trucks North...Show More Summary
A teenager from New Jersey is hoping to turn his position as a virtual racing champion in the game iRacing into a real-world shot at stock-car competition. Yahoo Autos took him to Las Vegas Motor Speedway to drive an actual racecar for the first time. Show More Summary
The weekend saw some interesting NASCAR races. The Sprint Cup race was the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The 2014 Sprint Cup champion, Kevin Harvick won the race after passing Dale Earnhardt jr after a restart at lap 201. This was his 29th cup win and his sixth consecutive top 2 finish going
Kevin Harvick’s win at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this past Sunday couldn’t have come at a better time. For after his first career win at the 1.5-mile LVMS, Harvick now heads to a race track at which the Sprint Cup Series may as well automatically...Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick isn’t sure why Tony Stewart is struggling, but he and everyone at Stewart-Haas Racing are committed to finding a solution. As Kevin Harvick surged to victory Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, a frustrated Tony Stewart...Show More Summary
NASCAR penalized the crew chiefs for Brad Keselowski and Justin Allgaier for separate violations they committed this past weekend at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, per Dustin Long of NASCAR Talk. According to Long, NASCAR officials discovered...Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick must have been tired of finishing second, because on Sunday atLas Vegas Motor Speedway, the reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion did something about it. Once Harvick got to the front of the field from his 18th-place starting spot in the Kobalt 400, he was untouchable. Show More Summary
Kevin Harvick kept up his exceptional form by taking the checkered flag in Sunday's Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. NASCAR highlighted Harvick's win: Two runner-up finishes to begin the 2015 season had to leave Harvick wanting...Show More Summary