The EDC shuttles could use some love. We get it; it’s not easy trying to transport thousands of people between Las Vegas Motor Speedway and the Strip. For those of us taking the giant buses, it was frustrating having no clear signs or indication of where, exactly, to find the...
Choosing to ride a helicopter into EDC might sound a little ridiculous; it did to me. But while most of the hundreds of thousands of festivalgoers make the hour-or-more trek to from the Vegas Strip to Las Vegas Motor Speedway by car or shuttle, a few take to the air...
Raves are rarely built to last. But this weekend, more than 400,000 people are expected to jam the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the 20th anniversary of the nation’s biggest dance music festival, Electric Daisy Carnival. “I always knew I’d being doing this until I’m dead. But now the stakes have...
The List hosts Jessi Combs and Patrick McIntyre head to the Richard Petty Driving Experience at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to feel the thrill of driving a NASCAR-style stock car with over 600 horsepower at speeds up to 165 miles per hour. Show More Summary
No wind, no rain for the desert on Sunday at Phoenix Raceway for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Good Sam 500 Other than the wild weather at Las Vegas Motor Speedway last weekend, the 2016 NASCAR season has seen relatively quiet. Nice sunny weather is expected at Phoenix Raceway Sunday for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Good Sam 500. Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski overcame a pit-road speeding penalty late in the race to capture his first checkered flag of the season in Sunday afternoon's Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. His trip to Victory Lane, the first for the No. 2 car...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR handed out warnings to three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams after the Las Vegas Motor Speedway race weekend that culminated in the March 6 running of the Kobalt 400. The No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team of Carl Edwards and the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota team of Martin [...]
The Sprint Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway turned out to be a rather decent one. One of the themes of the weekend, owing to the race’s locations, was the notion of gambling. Now’s not the time to go into the wacky world that is...Show More Summary
Typically, the phrase “eat my dust” is a joke when it comes to racing. However, on a wild Sunday in Las Vegas, the phrase was all too real. After 400 miles of rainy, dusty, windy madness at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Brad Keselowski and...Show More Summary
Heading back to Charlotte, N.C. from Las Vegas Motor Speedway, an aircraft carrying multiple Hendrick Motorsports crew members experienced issues that forced an emergency landing mid-way through the trip. Making an emergency landingShow More Summary
For the third-straight time, Matt Kenseth appeared to have a car capable of winning on Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Yet for the third-straight time, he ended the day outside of the top 10. Despite popular belief, none of the results stem from bad luck. Show More Summary
Wind, water and earth flung around Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Kobalt 400. It was a wild 400 miles in Sin City, a race won by the resurgent Brad Keselowski. It had been 33 races since Kez ’s last win, and he took prime advantage...Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT After rain sprinkles, high wind, a dust storm plagued Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday, Brad Keselowski also fought back from a pit road speeding penalty to claim his second-career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at the track when he took the checkered flag in the Kobalt 400. “This is really, really [...]
Brad Keselowski passed Kyle Busch for the lead with five laps to go and held on to win Sunday’s Kobalt 400 and claim his second career victory at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Keselowski pulled away and won comfortably by 0.675 seconds.Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano give Team Penske a 1-2 finish at Las Vegas. Passing hometown favorite Kyle Busch with six laps remaining, Brad Keselowski won Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Busch took...Show More Summary
The Kobalt 400 is underway at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Keep it locked right here throughout the day for live updates. Kevin McRae covers NASCAR for Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter @ McRaeWrites. Read more Motorsports news on BleacherReport.com
Defending Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch picked up right where he left off last week in the XFINITY Series. After securing his first XFINITY win at Atlanta seven days ago, Busch accomplished the same feat at Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayShow More Summary
Kyle Busch returned to his hometown of Las Vegas this weekend for the NASCAR Las Vegas Motor Speedway doubleheader that included Saturday’s Boyd Gaming 300 Xfinity Series race. He put on a dominating performance at his home track in the Xfinity event, leading all but one lap of the 200-lap race en route to his [...]
Kurt Busch has pole position on Sunday afternoon at the 2016 Kobalt 400, with the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season shifting to Las Vegas Motor Speedway to open the west coast swing. Busch, a two-time winner in 2015, finished fourth last week in Atlanta and 10th at the Daytona 500 to open 2016. Show More Summary
Strong gusty winds could cause major issues for NASCAR at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Sprint Cup Kobalt Tools 400.. How will the cars handle wind gusts up to 40 mph Wind advisory is in effect for Las Vegas Motor Speedway from noon Sunday until 8 pm for winds out of the southwest between 20 to 30 mph and gusts reaching near 40 mph. Show More Summary