There are only three races left on the 2020 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series calendar: this weekend in Dallas, next week at Houston and on The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway the final weekend of October, start to November.
The weekend NASCAR series at Las Vegas Motor Speedway met some inclement weather and some spectacular racing.
With over 1,000 cars, countless vendors, and roughly 17,000 fans the 2019 Holley LS Fest West was the largest West event to date.
Millican is, obviously excited about next weekend’s race, the 20th annual DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals on The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, as he and his team gain momentum and cohesion in this young season. “I knew it was going to be okay,” the ever-optimistic Millican said.
The best street-legal cars, SUVs and trucks will make their way to seven tracks around the country, hoping to qualify for the 12th annual OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational and it all starts this weekend!
All three major touring series for NASCAR rolled into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway over the weekend.
Thursday night’s Star Nursery 100 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track provided the kind of action NASCAR always wants – and usually gets – from its 2019 K&N Pro Series West races.
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway track was hot and slick all weekend. There were around 20 caution flags and two red flags between the three races.
Speedway Motorsports’ zMax Dragway was first to jump on the Four-Wide bandwagon. One of the company’s western outposts, The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, held its first such contest and it was a rousing success.
The first four-wide drag race of the NHRA 2018 season brought breathtaking excitement to a sold-out crowd at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, as well as the start of winning streaks for three very excited drivers.