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LAS VEGAS - The entries for all three NASCAR races at Las Vegas Motor Speedway have been released, and it promises to be an entertaining 72 hours of action for fans on hand and those watching around the world.
Headlining the racing action is the NASCAR Cup Series Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube on Feb. 23.
Two Las Vegas natives – Kurt and Kyle Busch – will look to use home field advantage and bring home the trophy. Kyle – who will pull triple duty over the weekend, racing in the Star Nursery 100 Super Late Model Open Comp on Feb. 20 and hoping to repeat as champion of the Strat 200 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race on Feb. 21 – won his lone Pennzoil 400 title in 2009. Kurt is hoping to cross the elusive win off his list.
Joe Gibbs Racing, fresh off its second straight Daytona 500 win with Denny Hamlin, will look to break its drought in Vegas. JGR last won the Pennzoil 400 in 2013, and will hope Hamlin, along with Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr. and Erik Jones can take the checkered flag.
Team Penske, led by defending Pennzoil 400 champion Joey Logano, has won three of the last six spring races in Vegas. His teammate Brad Keselowski reached Victory Lane in 2014 and 2016.
In the Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 on Feb. 22, two more native Las Vegans will hope for a victory. Noah Gragson – who won the NASCAR Racing Experience 300 in Daytona last Saturday – is riding the momentum of his first Xfinity Series win as he heads home to Vegas. Riley Herbst will look to follow Gragson's lead and pick up his first Xfinity victory when he returns to his birthplace.
LVMS's spring 2020 NASCAR Weekend begins with the Strat 200 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series race on Friday, Feb. 21, continues with the Strat qualifying for the NASCAR Cup Series and the NASCAR Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 on Saturday, Feb. 22, and finishes with the Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday, Feb. 23.
Full entry lists for the three LVMS races can be found here.
Contact: Justin Shaw
LVMS Media Relations
LAS VEGAS - Back by popular demand, Las Vegas Motor Speedway’s Turn 4 Turn Up area yet again will give race fans a cool place to enjoy the races next weekend.
The special gathering spot – located on the concourse level above Turn 4 – will feature everything from a Ferris wheel to a swimming pool, food trucks, music with a live DJ, games and drink specials during the Sept. 13-15 race weekend. Turn 4 Turn Up will serve as one of several cooling zones LVMS is implementing throughout the facility, and the festival-like atmosphere will give fans the chance to see NASCAR racing like never before.
It’s also the hub for the speedway’s $49 ticketholders and will be open to all ticketholders and RV wristband holders during the weekend. The one-of-a-kind area will be open from Noon to 9 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday and from Noon to 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
NASCAR fans can meet Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers Matt DiBenedetto and Corey LaJoie at the Turn 4 Turn Up area at 1 p.m. on Sunday.
Turn 4 Turn Up gives visitors a breathtaking view of the 1.5-mile speedway and the Las Vegas Strip as an iconic backdrop. The unique area was a big hit when LVMS unveiled it as part of last year’s South Point 400 weekend and has become a favorite spot for race fans of all kinds.
The speedway’s second NASCAR tripleheader weekend of the year starts with the World of Westgate 200 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Playoff race at 6 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday, continues with the Rhino Pro Truck Outfitters 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series event at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday and culminates with the South Point 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoff kickoff at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
To order tickets or specialty passes for race weekend, call 1-800-644-4444 or log on to www.LVMS.com.
One of the most iconic drag strips in the country, The Strip at LVMS is a spectacle to behold!
Recently widened from two to four lanes, The Strip is one of just two drag strips in the nation to feature four-wide racing. The world's best drag racers hit speeds in excess of 330 miles per hour at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway drag strip, a place where world championships have been decided and records set through the years.
Opened in 2000, the track is home to two NHRA national events, in addition to more than 50 other events annually.
This facility includes enclosed suites accessible by elevator and permanent restroom facilities. The adjacent paddock area is lighted and features 1.2 million square feet of unobstructed asphalt that is ideal for even the largest ride-and-drive events.
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Just a few miles north of The Strip, Las Vegas Motor Speedway sits like a diamond in the desert. For race fans, it is one of the most exciting stops on the schedule. Needless to say, there is plenty in Vegas to fill up your weekend.
LVMS highly recommends that guests plan on arriving early to avoid delays. If you have a parking pass for the event, please read the instructions on the back of your pass carefully, as they may differ from these general parking instructions. Please refer to our facility map for more detailed information.
From The Strip
Follow I-15 North to Exit 54 (Speedway Blvd). Speedway is about 12 miles north of downtown Las Vegas. Alternate route is Las Vegas Boulevard North.
From Utah and areas North
Follow I-15 South to Exit 54 (Speedway Blvd)
Arrival from the Northwest portion of the Las Vegas Valley
LVMS suggests using the C.C. 215 Beltway east to I-15 North. Take I-15 North to exit 54 (Speedway Blvd). Using either of the LEFT two lanes on the exit ramp, travel straight across Speedway Blvd into Blue Lot. Follow the instructions of NHP and the parking attendants to your space.
Arrival from the Las Vegas Strip and the Southwest portion of the Las Vegas Valley
LVMS suggests using I-15 North to exit 54 (Speedway Blvd). Using either of the LEFT two lanes on the exit ramp, travel straight across Speedway Blvd into Blue Lot. Follow the instructions of NHP and the parking attendants to your space.
Arrival from Henderson, Boulder City and the Southeast portion of the Las Vegas Valley
LVMS suggests using 95 North to Las Vegas Blvd. Take Las Vegas Blvd north all the way to LVMS and use Parking Gates 5-6-7 to access Red Lot. Hint:Las Vegas Blvd typically has fewer cars on it for this event.
Arrival from the Northeast portion of the Las Vegas Valley
LVMS suggest using Las Vegas Blvd. Take Las Vegas Blvd north and use Parking Gates 5-6-7 to access Red Lot. Hint:Las Vegas Blvd typically has fewer cars on it for this event.
Arrival from Logandale, Overton, Mesquite and all points north of Las Vegas
Take I-15 South to exit 54 (Speedway Blvd). Turn left at Speedway Blvd and then turn left again into Blue Lot. Follow the instructions of NHP and the parking attendants to your space
LVMS suggests using I-15 North to exit 58 (Apex) - Stay in the passing lane on I-15 north and travel past exit 54. Take a right on Las Vegas Blvd (exit 58 - Apex) and use Entry #9 for access to Yellow lot, Entry #8 for access to Blue lot, or Entry #3 for access to Brown lot. Hint - the Yellow lot and the Brown lot clear the quickest after the event.
Use the passing lane all the way to Exit 54. There are 3 northbound lanes approaching LVMS on I-15, pick the one with the least amount of cars all the way to Exit 54. Once on the exit 54 ramp, use the far-left lane or the center lane for direct access into Blue Lot. Hint - Vehicles in the shoulder lane will be checked for parking passes at the end of the ramp. If you do not have a parking pass, use the center lane or left-hand lane.
Las Vegas Blvd
The best kept secret in town for arriving at LVMS. Very few cars use this road to arrive, especially early in the day. Take Las Vegas Blvd north to Entry #1 for access into Red lot or Entry #3 for access into Brown Lot.
Use I-15 to exit 54, all motorcycles will be parked on asphalt in the A section of Blue lot. Enter from the rear of the lot using Wally Parks Lane and follow the signs to Motorcycle Parking. Do not attempt to enter via Speedway Blvd.
Free Handicap parking
Use I-15 to exit 54, all vehicles with authorized handicap plates or placards will be parked on asphalt in the Dragstrip lot. Enter from Exit 54 - behind the Blue lot and follow the signs to Handicap Parking. Do not attempt to enter via Speedway Blvd.
While we know you are anxious to continue your evening in the great city of Las Vegas, we appreciate your patience while leaving Las Vegas Motor Speedway after the races. In an effort to make your trip home or to your hotel as smooth as possible, we will be using the following plan:
Vehicles parked in the Blue Lot will exit out of Parking Gates 12-13-14-15 on Speedway Boulevard. All traffic will travel toward the on ramps of Interstate 15. Traffic will not be allowed to exit toward Las Vegas Boulevard.
Exit the Blue Lot via Gates 12 or 13 and follow the instructions printed on the back of the Lot 7 parking pass. Traffic will be directed southbound on Las Vegas Boulevard to Craig Road and also to I-15 on Speedway Blvd.
Lot 6 and the Handicapped Lot
If you are parked in these two lots, traffic will be directed behind the dragstrip and merge onto Speedway Boulevard and travel toward Las Vegas Boulevard North. Traffic will be allowed to enter Interstate 15 at Exit 58.
Entries 10-11 (Lots 4-5)
Traffic will exit onto Hollywood Boulevard and turn towardsLas Vegas Boulevard. Traffic will travel southbound o nLas Vegas Boulevard.
Entry 1 (Red lot)
Traffic will exit onto Las Vegas Boulevard and travel south (right turns only).
Traffic will be directed southbound on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Traffic will exit this gate in two (2) lanes. Both lanes will exit southbound on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Both gates will remain locked for two (2) hours after the race ends. These are the gates to be used by RVs parked in the Boulevard RV Lot.
Traffic will exit this gate in the left-hand lane and will be turning left on Las Vegas Boulevard (northbound). Passenger cars are not allowed to travel southbound onLas Vegas Boulevard until the last bus has departed.
Traffic will exit this gate and travel north on Las Vegas Boulevard. Vehicles will not be allowed to travel southbound on Las Vegas Boulevard.
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