Auto racing pioneer Carroll Shelby and socialite Kim Kardashian served as grand marshals of a NASCAR race in 2010 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
As one of the few female auto racing drivers who have competed at the highest level, Danica Patrick was successful in breaking down barriers and altering stereotypes.
It took nearly 26 hours and 182 laps for Las Vegas’ Brendan Gaughan to take the lead in the NASCAR playoff race in Alabama. Then it all went wrong.
Kyle Busch parroted Marshawn’s Super Bowl media day catchphrase during a scrum with reporters after Sunday’s 19th-place finish in the South Point 400.
After setting a course record at Las Vegas Motor Speedway while on vacation, the 21-year-old won back-to-back F1 races at the Belgian Grand Prix and Italian Grand Prix.
Clint Bowyer threw a gutter ball in a South Point 400 promotional event Monday that was indicative of his NASCAR racing season lately.
CEO Chase Carey said Las Vegas remains a potential venue for a second F1 race in the United States, joining Austin, Texas, though Miami might have the inside track.
A year after Travis Pastrana honored Evel Knievel’s legacy by jumping 52 cars, 16 buses and the fountains at Caesars Palace, another flying leap by a motor sports daredevil didn’t go as well.
Chris Clyne, son of Las Vegas Motor Speedway founder Richie Clybe, will be the man to beat on the annual Night of Fire featuring grassroots auto racing and fireworks.
The three-time Formula One champion, who raced in the Caesars Palace Grand Prix in Las Vegas, died Monday at age 70. He won the Monaco Grand Prix twice.