Double time in the dirt • September 26-27 • Pahrump Valley Speedway @ 7:00pm

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Doubleheader Weekend at Pahrump Valley Speedway

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Pahrump Valley Speedway will be hosting double dirt track action on September 26 & 27 with a doubleheader weekend.

Scheduled divisions will be Mini Stock, Mod Mini, Dwarf, Bomber, WCSS, Hobby stock, Coupes, and Modified.

So load up the car and head to the dirt track over the hump in Pahrump.

Gates open at 5:00pm, racing starts at 7:00pm.


Red Bull Air Race World Championship October 11-12

Credit: Red Bull

The Red Bull Air Race World Championship features the world's best race pilots in a pure motorsport competition that combines speed, precision and skill. Using the fastest, most agile and lightweight racing planes, pilots navigate a low-level aerial track made up of air-filled pylons 80 feet high. There are several rules and safety changes compared to the last race three years ago, but one thing remains the same: The Red Bull Air Race is the most thrilling motorsports competition in the sky.

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Gafforini maintains Super Late Model points lead at The Bullring

Scott Gafforini gets his sixth win of the season. Credit: Jeff Speer

With one points race remaining in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season, Scott Gafforini holds a 23-point lead over David Anderson in the NASCAR Super Late Model division at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Depending on the car count for the next race, Bullring Season Championship Night on Oct. 4, Gafforini could wrap up his fifth track championship by merely starting the race. But the 47-year-old driver from Henderson has shown no signs of going through the motions this year. After Anderson opened the season with a win, Gafforini reeled off three straight victories and pushed his season total to six wins by taking the checkered flag last Saturday night.

The NASCAR Super Stocks division is slightly closer, with Jason Kiser holding a 21-point cushion over five-time class champion Phil Goodwin heading into the final race.

The closest points battle is in the USLCI Thunder Car division, where Chris Bosley holds a 16-point lead over Travis Boyle with one race remaining. In the Master class of the USLCI Legend Car division, Michael Todd Glazier holds an 18-point edge over TJ Clark.

Other class points leaders are Martin Sullins (NASCAR Bomber), Jason Irwin (Grand American Modified), Peyton Saxton (Legend Car Pro), Devin Lane (Legend Car Semi-Pro), Jordan Dean (Legend Car Young Lions), Caden Carlin (Bandolero Outlaws) and Dezel West (Bandolero Bandits).

All 11 track champions will be crowned on Bullring Season Championship Night on Oct. 4. The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is one of the best entertainment values in Southern Nevada with affordable ticket prices and family-friendly concession prices including $1 hot dogs, $1 Coca-Cola products and $2 Budweiser beer. Tickets can be purchased at the gate or in advance by visiting or calling the LVMS ticket office at (702) 644-4444 or online at Discounted tickets are available with an advance purchase.

Updated points for The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

(As of Sept. 16)

Super Late Models

1. Scott Gafforini 599, 2. David Anderson 576, 3. Dennis Rock Jr. 543, 4. Kayli Barker 527, 5. Stan Mullis 503, 6. Steve Anderson 496, 7. Andre Prescott 464, 8. David Perisset 142, 9. Romain Thievin 141, 10. John Thomson 128, 11. Warren Knipper 107, 12. Mark Allison 102, 13. Donna Gunther 94, 14. Justin Johnson 89, 15. Chris Trickle 87, 16. Branden Underwood 68, 17. Chuck Trickle 66, 18. Noah Gragson 56, 19. Mike McKearn 54, 20. Wayne Jacks 38, 20. Stefan Rzesnowiecky 38, 22. Earl West 36, 22. Cassie Gannis 36, 24. Bob Barker 32, 24. Isaac Sherman 32, 26. Kolleen Dresser 30, 26. Kevin James 30, 28. Buddy Sheppard 28, 28. Cheyanne Schindler 28, 30. Robert Roth 26, 30. Ian Admiraal 26, 30. Jimmy Parker Jr. 26, 33. Eric Martin 24, 34. Devon Ostheimer 23, 35. Brandon Schilling 20.

NASCAR Super Stocks

1. Jason Kiser 496, 2. Phil Goodwin 475, 3. John Spilotro 400, 4. Vinny Raucci Jr. 396, 5. Robert Negrete Jr. 305, 6. James Wingard 202, 7. Jeff Johnson 198, 8. Vinny Raucci 138, 9. Matt Larsen 138, 10. Matt Cunningham 91, 11. Tyler Savage 43.

NASCAR Bombers

1. Martin Sullins 573, 2. Adam Simon 517, 3. Rich Ham 499, 4. Jim Merlino 494, 5. Jason Merlino 493, 6. Michael Greve 475, 7. Don Sargent 458, 8. Jeff Bargerhuff 362, 9. Nathan Boss 336, 10. Billy Hern 330, 11. Cayla Bronston 326, 12. Sam Jacks 300, 13. Anthony Riegert 298, 14. Wade Pearson 277, 15. Aaron McMorran 258, 16. Marty Deluca 169, 17. Jason Sullins 167, 18. Justin Griffiths 129, 19. Lorin Bronston 107, 20. Pete Meyer 104, 21. Gary Griffiths 100, 22. Pat Petrie 76, 23. John Madden 75, 24. Kirk Hance 65, 25. Bobby Schumacher 63, 26. Court Connell 53, 27. Scott Bradbury 46, 28. Ben Sherard 45, 29. Andrew Louis 40, 30. Gerri Pearson 34, 31. Justin Jeffery 30, 32. Steve Durbin 21.

NASCAR Grand American Modifieds

1. Jason Irwin 324, 2. Tom Pfundstein 229, 3. Marty Deluca 228, 4. Pat Petrie 228, 5. Steve Durbin 220, 6. Scott Osborne 192, 7. Jim Rogel 160, 8. Michael Takami 136, 9. Justin Johnson 109, 10. Joe DeGuevara 108, 11. Doug Hamm 89, 12. CJ Hawley 89, 13. Mark Allison 86, 14. Jimmy Parker Jr. 84, 15. Jerry Toporek 82, 16. William Guevara 81, 17. Hayden Smith 64, 18. JA Junior 52, 19. Blake Dunkleberger 50, 20. Kyle Cline 49, 21. Aaron McMorran 32.

USLCI Legend Cars (Pro)

1. Peyton Saxton 746, 2. Jason Irwin 682, 3. Bryan Grandin 430, 4. Chris Trickle 428, 5. Zane Smith 348, 6. Nick Halen 278, 7. Randy Irwin 216, 8. Dave Saxton 212, 9. Nick Thigpen 160, 10. Jeremy Wood 140, 11. Dustin Ash 94, 12. Tony Mangini 86, 13. Randy Irwin 82, 14. Scott Bedford 44, 15. Brecken Snow 40, 16. Ricky Schlick 38, 17. Brandon Snow 36, 18. Cheyanne Schindler 34.

USLCI Legend Cars (Master)

1. Michael Todd Glazier 778, 2. TJ Clark 760, 3. Gina Tillman 648, 4. Brian Lane 574, 5. Jeff King 360, 6. Robert Gayton 148, 7. Eric Olson 48, 8. Mark Thigpen 46, 8. Donna Gunther 46, 8. Scott Anderson 46, 11. Billy Delong 44, 11. Doug Lindstrom 44.

USLCI Legend Cars (Semi-Pro)

1. Devin Lane 738, 2. Brian Williams 384, 3. Gary Wegener 186, 4. Parker Thompson 146, 5. Robby Lyons 100, 5. Tim Mangini 100, 7. Travis Wyman 94, 8. Zach Blume 46, 8. Eddie Garone 46, 10. Caity Miller 44.

USLCI Legend Cars (Young Lions)

1. Jordan Dean 708, 2. Noah Gragson 584, 3. Cameron Morga 570, 4. Riley Herbst 462, 5. Shane Skaggs 96, 6. Joe Culwell 86, 7. Michael Womack 44, 7. Brandon Weaver 44, 7. Hunter Corbett 44, 10. Lawless Allen 42.

USLCI Thunder Cars

1. Chris Bosley 480, 2. Travis Boyle 464, 3. Doug Germano 428, 4. David Brandon 404, 5. Josh Quartaro 342, 6. Ian Anderson 292, 7. Brian Reed 276, 8. Darin Callaway 268, 9. Ron Reed 186, 9. Nick D'Egidio 186, 11. Clint Armstrong 88, 12. Noah Gragson 86, 13. Edward Hohman 78, 14. John Keller 74, 15. Jacob Quartaro 72, 16. Justin Johnson 50, 17. JA Junior 48, 18. Joe Mancuso 38, 19. Loren Armstrong 28.

IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/ Bandolero Outlaws

1. Caden Carlin 688, 2. Philip Root 652, 3. Joey Paonessa 634, 4. Kyle Jacks 632, 5. Dylin Smotherman 610, 6. Ryan Vargas 350, 7. Brian Taylor 344, 8. Jacob Quartaro 204, 9. Aiden Green 118, 10. Devyn Stocker 86, 11. Sam Jacks 82, 12. Christian Warren 46, 13. Ricky Lewis 40, 14. Alison Gay 36.

IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/ Bandolero Bandits

1. Dezel West 708, 2. Mason Sargent 650, 3. Ethan DeGuevara 626, 4. RJ Smotherman 602, 5. Kyle Keller 594, 6. Tye O'Hanley 578, 7. Gianna Marretti 546, 8. Gino Marretti 536, 9. Brodey Warren 312, 10. Austin Snyder 238, 11. Tommy Trickle 104, 12. Vinnie Aramendia 78, 13. Brock Rogers 34, 13. Madison Gay 34.

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Pahrump Valley Speedway makes its home in Pahrump, Nevada and brings thousands of racers and race fans to the valley each year promising action and thrills galore. The Speedway is dedicated to providing family style fun at prices families can afford. The high-speed, clay based, high banked quarter-mile dirt track is one of the few remaining in the U.S.

Racing season is from February to November.

Dirt Track Doubleheader

September 26-27

Mini Stock, Mod Mini, Dwarf, Bomber, WCSS, Hobby Stock, Coupes, Modified.


Double time in the dirt, over the hump in Pahrump!

Test n Tune October 3 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Season Opening Night

Saturday October 4

Big O Tires Street Stocks

Sam Nichols Factory Stocks

The Goose Team Factory

Gates open at 5:00pm, racing begins at 7:00pm

More information will be posted as it becomes available.

Let's go racing!

September 20 Season Finale

Doing it fast, doing it dirty!

Our 1/4 mile oval is part of the eight race tracks and 600 acres that make up Willow Springs International Raceway. Internationally recognized since 1953 as among the most prestigious in the World, and as of 1996, a California State Historical Landmark.

2nd Annual Pumpkin Smash. West Coast Outlaw Figure 8's (tentative), Wayne and Dave’s Automotive Late Models, Street Stocks, Hobby Stocks, Mini Stocks, Skid Plate Racing. Kids Costume Contest and Halloween Party, Candy Crush, and much more!

Green Flag 3pm. (Day Race)

OCTOBER 25TH Sport Compact Enduro!


50 Laps – No Break

Sponsored By

Swift Napa Auto Parts

Mojave – Tehachapi – Lake Isabella – Ridgecrest

(Minimum Purse)

"$300 TO WIN – $25 TO START"

$25 entry fee

Driver and crew pit passes $25 – (plus $10 at main entrance)

RACE FORMAT - Roadcourse race, using the oval and infield.

The race will be a 50 lap, straight through event with no breaks. Lineup will be a pill draw at the drivers meeting. The race will begin from a standing start. No yellow flags will be used. The race will continue around disabled vehicles unless the racetrack becomes blocked, or a safety hazard warrants a red flag. At which time all cars will stop immediately until green flag racing is resumed.

RULES – cars must be completely stock with no performance parts. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Chassis and engine – open to any front wheel drive, 4 cyl or 6 cyl car or minivan.

All chassis and engine components must remain completely stock design, oem or oem replacement.

No turbos or ram air induction of any kind. Catilytic converter may be removed.

Tires will be p-series dot street radial tires the approximate size for the vehicle. Max 7 in tread.

SAFETY All glass must be removed, except for windshield. Steel screen mesh may replace windshield.

All interior must be removed except for dashboard and drivers seat. Factory driver’s seat and 3 point seat belts may be used, but racing seat and belts highly recommended.

A fire extinguisher mounted within reach of driver is required.

DRIVER SAFETY – Drivers must wear an approved full fire retardant driving suit and helmet.

Racing shoes and gloves are highly recommended.

ROLLCAGE REQUIREMENTS – all current skid plate cars from willow, irwindale and oss are legal! But this it what we would like to see for new builds…

Minimum 1.5 inch, .090 tubing. Mandatory, one roll over bar located behind drivers seat, extending from door to door, above the drivers head, with one cross bar at approximately shoulder height. One door bar from shoulder height to floor at front of door in both driver and passenger doors. Must be securely mounted to floor using steel plates. A complete full ministock type interior roll cage is ok, and recommended.

No bars allowed in engine compartment. No reinforcing of front bumpers allowed.

Safety rules will be strictly enforced. Vehicles considered unsafe will not race.

So please call ahead if you have any questions.

These rules are based on the current skid plate cars running at willow, oss and irwindale.

If you’re legal there, you’re legal here.


Please make sure your numbers are large and legible! There will be a lot of cars.

If the scorers have a hard time seeing your number, you might get missed.

TECH INFO – Aaron – 661-714-7228. Danny – 760-977-0216

more fun events to be announced, check our website!

For more information

Gafforini earns sweet win on Keith Danser Kids Candy Toss Night at The Bullring

Credit: Jeff Speer

Scott Gafforini might want to reconsider retiring his 17-year-old NASCAR Super Late Model race car.

Gafforini, piloting a car that has carried him to 57 victories, raced from the seventh starting position to the lead in 24 laps and stayed in front the rest of the way to win the 40-lap Super Late Model feature Saturday night at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Gafforini, the division points leader, held off his closest pursuer in points, David Anderson, by more than a second for his sixth feature win of the season. Anderson led the first 23 laps after starting from the pole.

"The car is really good," Gafforini said of the No. 49 car that he plans to replace with a new one later this year. "J&S Motors has a pretty good package - in fact, a really good package. I'd like to thank my family … and all the fans that came out here to support us."

Gafforini had built a 1.2-second lead over David Anderson before the caution came out with six laps remaining. On the restart, Gafforini pulled away and led by three car lengths by the time he exited turn two. He pulled away from Anderson over the final six laps to secure the victory.

Chris Trickle, making his second start in a Super Late Model after moving up to the division last month, was third, Romain Thievin took fourth and Steve Anderson finished fifth. Kayli Barker, Bear Rzesnowiecky, Stan Mullis, David Perisset and Kevin James rounded out the top 10.

Sam Jacks led all but the first lap of the 25-lap NASCAR Bombers feature and held off Nathan Boss for his first feature win of the season. Jacks had built a lead of two seconds over the field by the midway point of the race, but Boss closed steadily over the closing laps before settling for second. Court Connell, Jason Merlino and Rich Ham rounded out the top five.

"I've had to learn how to drive the car completely differently," Jacks said. "In the Bandoleros, more depended on the equipment. In Bombers, you still depend on equipment, but you still have to learn how to drive somewhat and I'm just super excited to be here and win this."

One of the most exciting finishes of the night came in the 25-lap Legend Car feature. Nick Halen grabbed the lead from Jason Irwin on lap 22 and was in front going into the final turn of the final lap when Irwin tapped Halen from behind between the third and fourth turns. Irwin passed the spinning Halen and took the checkered flag, but was penalized for the move and Peyton Saxton, who was running third when Irwin took out Halen, was declared the race winner.

"It was a good, hard race," Saxton said. "It was just crazy; I saw Jason and Nick Halen getting squirrely there on the backstretch, almost down on the apron. I knew something was going to go on and when Halen got spun, I tried to just miss that and they came on the radio and said (I) won. That's definitely not the way I want to win it. Jason is a great driver … but we'll take it any way we can."

Noah Gragson finished second and Robert Gayton was third. Halen finished 12th and Irwin was credited with 13th.

Jason Kiser led all 25 laps of the NASCAR Super Stock feature for his second consecutive victory and third of the season. Chris Bosley also led wire to wire in the 20-lap Thunder Car feature for his first victory of the season.

Ethan DeGuevara won his second consecutive Bandolero Bandits feature and Ryan Vargas led all 15 laps and captured his sixth Bandolero Outlaws victory of the season.

NEXT RACE - Saturday, Oct. 4 - NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Bullring Championship Night: NASCAR Super Late Models, NASCAR Super Stocks, NASCAR Bombers, NASCAR Grand American Modifieds, USLCI Legend Cars, USLCI Thunder Cars, IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/ Bandoleros. The Bullring's concession stand offers $1 hot dogs, $1 Coca-Cola products and $2 Budweiser beer on each NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race night.

For more information on all events at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, please visit LVMS at

Saturday night's NASCAR Whelen All-American Series feature-event results from The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

40-lap NASCAR Super Late Model: 1. Scott Gafforini, 2. David Anderson, 3. Chris Trickle, 4. Romain Thievin, 5. Steve Anderson, 6. Kayli Barker, 7. Bear Rzesnowiecky, 8. Stan Mullis, 9. David Perisset, 10. Kevin James, 11. Dennis Rock Jr., 12. Noah Gragson, 13. Ian Admiraal, 14. Mike McKearn, 15. Jimmy Parker Jr., 16. Andre Prescott, 17. Devon Ostheimer.

25-lap NASCAR Bomber feature: 1. Sam Jacks, 2. Nathan Boss, 3. Court Connell, 4. Jason Merlino, 5. Rich Ham, 6. Adam Simon, 7. Marty Deluca, 8. Martin Sullins, 9. Jim Merlino, 10. Billy Hern, 11. Jeff Bargerhuff, 12. Michael Greve, 13. Anthony Riegert, 14. Cayla Bronston.

25-lap Legend Car feature (results are unofficial): 1. Peyton Saxton, 2. Noah Gragson, 3. Robert Gayton, 4. Michael Todd Glazier, 5. Cameron Morga, 6. Riley Herbst, 7. Devin Lane, 8. Brian Williams, 9. Scott Anderson, 10. Jeffrey King, 11. Brian Lane, 12. Nick Halen, 13. Jason Irwin, 14. Jordan Dean, 15. Gina Tillman, 16. Gary Wegener, 17. TJ Clark, 18. Randy Irwin, 19. David Saxton.

25-lap NASCAR Super Stock feature: 1. Jason Kiser, 2. Johnny Spilotro, 3. Matt Larsen, 4. Phil Goodwin, 5. Robert Negrete Jr.

20-lap USLCI Thunder Car feature: 1. Chris Bosley, 2. Travis Boyle, 3. David Brandon Jr., 4. Doug Germano, 5. Darin Callaway.

15-lap IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/ Bandolero Bandits feature: 1. Ethan DeGuevara, 2. RJ Smotherman, 3. Kyle Keller, 4. Dezel West, 5. Mason Sargent, 6. Tye O'Hanley.

15-lap IAPMO/Silver Star Plumbing/ Bandolero Outlaws feature: 1. Ryan Vargas, 2. Philip Root, 3. Kyle Jacks, 4. Caden Carlin, 5. Brian Taylor, 6. Dylin Smotherman, 7. Joey Paonessa.

Mountain Ridge Little League All-Stars to serve as grand marshals

The Mountain Ridge Little League All-Stars captured the hearts of Southern Nevadans last month during their historic appearance in the Little League World Series. Now they will hold the attention of the starting field for the Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series race on Sept. 27 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The players from the first team from Nevada to advance to the Little League World Series will give the command for the drivers to start their engines when they serve as grand marshals for the Rhino Linings 350.

"The way the Mountain Ridge Little League All-Stars pulled this community together in their run to the Little League national championship game was truly inspiring," LVMS president Chris Powell said. "We can think of no better way to honor what these young men have accomplished than by allowing them to give the command to start the Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway."

Las Vegas Motor Speedway is making tickets to the Rhino Linings 350 available to all 24 Little Leagues throughout the Valley as to way to help honor Little League Baseball. Little Leaguers and their parents who are interested in attending the race are encouraged to contact their league representative.

The Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race

Credit: Las Vegas Motor Speedway

The Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 27, 2014.
Don't miss all of the NASCAR racing action as the top drivers in the series race for the checkered flag under the lights at LVMS.

Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race Schedule

Saturday, Sept. 27

Ticket gate C and Neon Garage open at 9 a.m.

Ticket gates A, B, D, E, G, Blackjack Club and VIP suites open at 3 p.m.

9 a.m. – Ticket gate C and Neon Garage opens. Neon Garage open to all guests.

9-10:15 a.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 practice.

10:45 a.m.-noon – Final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 practice.

12:15-5:30 p.m. – Minors permitted in garage area.

2-2:45 p.m. – Driver autograph session, Neon Garage.

3 p.m. – Ticket gates A, B, D, E, G, Blackjack Club and VIP suites open.

3:40 p.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 qualifying (two laps, all positions).

6:30 p.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 driver introductions.

7 p.m. – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Rhino Linings 350 (146 laps, 219 miles).

9 p.m. – Neon Garage closes.

Fun Extras

Neon Garage

It's the perfect combination of VEGAS and NASCAR…and it’s FREE! The Neon Garage provides unprecedented access to the Rhino Linings 350 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series stars and teams. Fans have the opportunity to see their favorite drivers up close while race teams prepare their trucks for the Rhino Linings 350. Fans receive free Neon Garage access with the purchase of a truck race ticket. Special driver autograph session starts at 2:00pm.

Specialty concessions and the victory lane celebration are just a few of the unique experiences fans can enjoy during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event…and you can’t beat the price.

Ticket Pricing:

Dale Earnhardt or Richard Petty Terrace:

Adults- $39
Kids(12 & Under)-$25
Family 4-Pack (2 Adults & 2 Kids)-$89

General Admission Seating:

Junior (6-12)-$10
Child (5 & Under)- FREE
Family 4-Pack (2 Adults & 2 Kids)-$49

Please note: All ticket prices will increase by $5 on September 22, 2014 (week of the event).

For more information and tickets, please visit LVMS online at

Friday night: Mopar Midnight Mayhem returns to The Strip

Photo Credit: Jeff Speer

The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will host another edition of Mopar Midnight Mayhem on Friday evening, Sept. 19. Racer gates will open at 8 p.m. with street-legal racing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Now in its 13th year, Mopar Midnight Mayhem is The Strip at LVMS' safe alternative to illegal street racing. The speedway staff encourages enthusiasts to race each other on the safer confines of its NHRA-sanctioned, quarter-mile drag strip.

Mopar Midnight Mayhem is open to any street-legal car or motorcycle and any licensed driver. Rules can be found at

Entry fee is $15 to race or ride along and $5 admission for spectators. Restricted-area passes also are available for $15.

For more information on Mopar Midnight Mayhem, please visit LVMS online at

Friday, Sept. 19 - Mopar Midnight Mayhem - Street-legal rules apply.

8 p.m.-11:30 p.m. - Credential sales open, racer gates open, tech opens.

8:30 p.m.-midnight - Spectator sales open, spectator gates open.

9 p.m.-1 a.m. - Mayhem racing (staging lanes will close at 12:45 a.m.).

Racer entry fees and spectator admission:

Mayhem racer: $15.

Ride-along passenger: $15.

Spectator: $5.

The NHRA returns to The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Photo Credit: NHRA

Mingle with your favorite NHRA drivers during pre-race introductions for the NHRA Toyota Nationals at The Strip.
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All events, dates, times and classes are subject to change without prior notice.

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