During a Thursday NASCAR tire test, cars were outfitted with a new aerodynamic package that in theory will improve the quality of racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
With stock car racing in a downward spiral, Las Vegas Motor Speedway prepares to host its second NASCAR weekend of 2018.
It got loud again at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Wednesday as NASCAR teams and drivers returned for two days of preseason tests.
When Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced his retirement in April, an anecdote was shared about him being the only NASCAR driver who would go to the media center without having to be told.
Green Valley High School graduate Jamie Little and her husband, Cody Selman, who also is a racing person, are expecting their second child in October. It’s going to be a girl this time.
He’s the only local driver in Saturday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. So if Spencer Gallagher can keep his nose clean, as the auto racing announcers like to say, and he is running near the front toward the end, the Fox Sports 1 and Motor Racing Network broadcast crews will be inclined to mention his home track advantage.
Well, if these are the sorts of postrace shenanigans a new NASCAR playoff format might regularly produce … bravo.
Crystal Riley and Bobby Dezarov moved up their wedding plans on the chance that Kyle Busch might attend their Las Vegas wedding. That’s how the NASCAR driver ended up as a groomsman, standing before the pastor at the Chapel of the Bells.
Kyle Busch knows my pain. A positive sign for him Sunday: His engine didn’t blow up. Busch began his journey back to what he hopes will be a return to the Sprint Cup playoffs by finishing fourth in the Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway,