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
NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series heads to the desert on Sunday afternoon, and we'll bring you live coverage of the Kobalt 400 from Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Jeff Gordon won the pole for the 400-mile, 267-lap race, and the iconic driver ofShow More Summary
As dominant as Austin Dillon was in Saturday’s Boyd Gaming 300 NASCARXFINITY Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, he had to give his utmost effort in the closing laps to hold off charging Ryan Blaney for the victory. Dillon led 183 of the 200 laps at the 1.5-mile speedway, but Blaney had a tire advantage at the end of the race, thanks to a late pit stop after his [...]
Jeff Gordon's streak of bad luck returned during the last practice session for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Kobalt 400 this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. A wreck in the final practice session yesterday will force Gordon to use a back-up car for the race, and thus, he must start from the back of the field. Read more...
The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season moves to Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday with the Kobalt Tools 400, the third of 36 races this season. Fox will televise the race beginning at 3:30 p.m. ET, with pre-race coverage beginning at 3 p.m., and the green flag scheduled to drop at approximately 3:46 p.m. Show More Summary
The 18th annual Kobalt Tools 400 from Las Vegas Motor Speedway will feature Jeff Gordon starting in pole position for the 79th time of his career. But it's the first time he has done so in Sin City. Gordon won the pole with a qualifying speed of 194.679 mph on Friday, his second pole position of the season and his first ever at Las Vegas. Show More Summary
In what can only be described as a dominant performance, Austin Dillon took the checkered flag to win the NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday. The 2013 Xfinity Series champion led a remarkable 183...Show More Summary
Fans can watch the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Las Vegas Motor Speedway live online and see if Jeff Gordon can overcome a late setback to earn a victory in his final full season. Gordon set a track-record pole time on Friday, but onShow More Summary
Austin Dillon will start on the pole for the second time in three Xfinity Series races this season, starting at the front of the pack for Saturday's Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The race is set to begin at 4 p.m. ET. Dillon...Show More Summary
Good news for Gordon fans: he's not only on pole, but he set a Sprint Cup track record for Las Vegas Motor Speedway doing it. According to USA Today, Gordon's car hit a speed of 194.679 mph in a 27.738-second lap of the 1.5-mile speedway. I wouldn't be surprised if the back end of his car is now plaid. Read more...
Jeff Gordon will start first in what could be his final race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Gordon turned a lap of 194.68 MPH to win his second pole in the first three races of the 2015 season. When you count his pole run at HomesteadShow More Summary
There's a massive sign atop the grandstands in Turn 4 of Las Vegas Motor Speedway this week that reads: "Thank You Jeff 24."
Scratch one small item off Jeff Gordon’s swan song bucket list. With a track-record lap at 194.679 mph, Jeff Gordon won the pole for Sunday’s Kobalt 400NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, one of three active Cup tracks where the four-time champion had not won a Coors Light Pole Award—before Friday afternoon’s time trials. Show More Summary
NASCAR has made tweaks to the practice and qualifying schedules at Las Vegas, Phoenix and Auto Club Speedway in the goal of avoiding the mess that happened before qualifying at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The first practice at the three tracks has been shortened by 10 minutes. Show More Summary
Las Vegas Motor Speedway hosts the third race of the 2015 Sprint Cup series