NASCAR fans can expect action on the track and in the skies this weekend at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Early season NASCAR upstarts expected to take back seat to usual contenders in Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Las Vegas drivers Noah Gragson, Riley Herbst are threats to win Xfinity Series race on the their hometown track but could use some good fortune.
With two solid LVMS dirt track performances under her belt, 19-year-old Hailie Deegan will be one of the drivers to watch in LVMS Truck Series race.
Popular Wood Brothers driver Matt DiBenedetto, still seeking his first Cup Series win, is coming off back-to-back runner-up finishes in Las Vegas.
Overcoming pandemic, racial stereotypes among highlights of challenging 2020 season and bodes well for sport’s future says NASCAR president Steve Phelps.
With LVMS dirt track crash behind him, Arizona racer Alex Bowman replaces two driving legends on way to becoming NASCAR force.
The 12,500 allotment for Friday’s Bucked Up 200 Truck Series race and Saturday’s Alsco Uniforms 300 Xfinity Series event have joined Sunday’s Cup Series Pennzoil 400 as sellouts.
Joey Logano will be seeking his third consecutive Pennzoil 400 victory driving a Pennzoil-sponsored car at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Although fan capacity is capped at 15 percent for NASCAR weekend in Las Vegas, officials still caution that the event likely will affect travel on Interstate 15.
Noah Gragson was speeding toward an apparent victory in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race when a slower car cut a tire and veered toward the wall, crashing out the Las Vegas driver.
Derek Carr is one of three professional athletes to serve as grand marshal for the NASCAR races this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.