Over 25 million pounds of dirt is prepped for the Monster Energy Supercross race inside Sam Boyd Stadium.
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NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 results at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Saturday’s Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway was speeding toward a hasty conclusion when Cody Ware’s Chevrolet spun coming out of Turn 2 on Lap 138 of 200. That momentarily brought out the yellow flag.
It’s the wind that has everybody fretting. The forecast is for stiff 30 mph breezes under partly cloudy skies with cooler temperatures. Friday’s high was 80 degrees; it’s supposed to be 64 Sunday.
The Las Vegan posted the fastest qualifying time as daylight was yielding to dusk, so he’ll start first in Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
If a leading NASCAR oddsmaker is on the money with his forecast, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is not worth a wager to win Sunday in Las Vegas. But that’s not stopping bettors from riding Earnhardt’s tail, as usual.
Ray Black Jr., who will be racing Saturday in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, spends his time away from the sport deep-sea diving.
The Las Vegas native, the only local driver in Saturday’s Boyd Gaming Xfinity Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, talks about turning 40 and the racing goals he would still like to accomplish.
A device on racecars that appears as if it’s always about to scrape the track surface sure could cause havoc when digging into grass at unearthly speeds.
Only 39 cars and drivers have entered Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. A full field is now 40 cars. Last year it was 43. Participation numbers are down. They were down last year, too. Should NASCAR’s fireproof coveralls be all in a bunch? Yes. And no.
If one were to characterize the kind of race we’re going to see in Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in terms of a presidential primary, it probably would be “too early to call.”
As the NASCAR events roll into Las Vegas this week, many of you are wondering where you can get autographs or a selfie with your favorite driver.
Two local aviation companies have affiliated themselves with motor sports on the eve of Southern Nevada’s biggest NASCAR event.
Which were the best races? The worst? And, much more difficult to determine, the ones that fell somewhere in-between?
The weather forecast for Sunday’s Kobalt 400 has turned iffy with much cooler temperatures forecasted and worse, a chance of rain.
Sprint Cup cars and drivers will be on the track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Thursday to test the low downforce package in advance of Sunday’s Kobalt 400.
Race fans are out in force this week with Sunday’s NASCAR Kobalt 400 coming to town on Sunday at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. At the Fremont Street Experience, fans were getting a jump on making a fashion statement on Wednesday.
The marketing people are mostly talking about Busch beer making a comeback to stock car racing this year. But the same could be said about the Busch brothers of Las Vegas in regard to the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, their hometown race and track.
Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (and Saturday’s Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300, too) kicks off NASCAR’s high-octane threepeat out West.
The message on the side panel of Kevin Harvick’s racecar said it all at last year’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway: Freaky fast. The inscription pretty much described the performance of car and driver during the 2015 Sprint Cup stop here.
Once again there are significant changes to consider in the Sprint Cup series as the gentlemen and Danica Patrick start their engines in 2016.
It was the legendary Dale Earnhardt who famously said “second place is the first loser.” I’m not so sure that applies in regard to Martin Truex Jr., one of the dark-horse favorites in Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
This is the year that for some crazy reason, NASCAR Weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, USA Sevens rugby at Sam Boyd Stadium, UFC 196 at the MGM Grand Garden and the West Coast Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments at the Orleans Arena will be held in Las Vegas, concurrently, or at least within the same 72 hours or thereabouts.