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Nascar Racing Experience Las Vegas

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Nascar Racing Experience

Ride-Along, or take the wheel yourself, and experience heart-pounding racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in a 600+ horsepower stock car.

The Details

Location

Off Strip

Category

Activities

Price

From $99.99

Today's Hours

Sunday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tuesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Wednesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Phone

(702) 455-9443

Website

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Nascar Racing Experience |Las Vegas Attractions

The Nascar Racing Experience is as close as you can come to experiencing the thrill of a Nascar driver. Starting with a consultation from your Crew Chief, you are then taken directly to the track, just you and the car. There is no instructor sitting next to you, nor any lead car to follow. And what a Speedway it is. The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is a 1.5-mile course with 12 to 20 degrees banking on the turns. Once you are on the course, you will receive communications from a spotter over your in-car radio. Every eight minutes of racing, you will be called in for a brief pit stop, then returned to the track to increase your speed. Feel free to pass by any slower drivers you encounter, as passing is allowed on this course.

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xXJ4CK2x

406 Points
1/22/2024

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Truly exceptional experience! It is worth every penny to drive the race car. Trying to describe the feeling of being in control of a vehicle traveling 150+ mph is impossible to do. The staff is friendly and highly competent! I highly recommend.

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n3oG33k

462 Points
1/13/2024

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This along with race tickets was given to me for Father's Day from my boys. I was excited because I had done the Rusty Wallace at Texas Motor Speedway and plane to do Talladega and Daytona and wanted to compare. First, I'd say Vegas Speedway is thrilling. It's a mile and a half and really quick. The turns have super banks. The cars go around the track almost by themselves. It took a few laps to learn the track and know how to approach the turns. I am not a huge fan of restrictors, but I understand why they have them. The cars were nice, a little tight but it's what you get when you have so many people using the same cars. A little issue with the heat at the track and no shade provided. They could have also sold water or soft drinks because I would have paid $10.00 for an ice-cold drink. Now, I was not happy with the packages for the price and the certificates. I liked the Wallace Experience because they took a picture of you sitting in the window of the car and a picture of you on the track. Petty just has you against a backdrop and a picture of Richard. They didn't provide a go pro on top of the car, but you could purchase an in-car video for $99.00. The go pro at Wallace was included in the price. Overall cheaper. I did like the fact that you got a certificate for your fastest lap, but I'd challenge the speed posted. I timed several cars and most all of them were around 110 to 120 MPH so it's hard to believe my speed was 148.51 mph when my wife timed me at 46 seconds. The time and speed don't match. That with me running max RPM of 5000 before the restrictor kicks in and shuts you down. Overall, I had a good time and yes it was free for me so I shouldn't complain but I wanted to leave a review in case someone reads it before spending $400.00 to $600.00. I'll give an update in November when I go back with a radar gun and compare the gun to the certificates. Update, speeds listed on certificates do not match radar. The speeds they print for you are somewhere around 30 miles per hour faster that you actually go. There's a good way to tell your speed. They only allow these cars to run at 5000 RPM which is around 120 MPH. The Xfinity cars are closest to these cars, and they are running in the 8000 - 10,000 RPM at speeds of 160 to 180 MPH.

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SportyFan

818 Points
12/30/2023

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It was fun. Let the kids take a few spins. The staff is great at what they do. The instructors make you feel comfortable. A great time. Yes...expensive.

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T1gerEye

967 Points
12/20/2023

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I booked this for my boyfriend and it was the 6lap ride along and be LOVED it! He said that it was so fast and fun. He wants to go back again and drive next time!

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246sRT

1132 Points
12/16/2023

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Terrible experience. My wife and I went yesterday for my 40th bday. She did the 3 lap ride along, which she enjoyed (thus the 2-star rating). I did the 5-minute driving experience with the hope that I’d love it and happily buy more time. My experience was the exact opposite. As you start your “experience” there is a flat road you drive along that follows the track so you can gain speed and enter the track safely. This is where my spotter/radio man was YELLING in my radio something incoherent and concerning. Was my car on fire? Was someone about to crash in to me? I pushed the talk button and asked him to calm down and speak clearly as he was creating panic - not something you want with several amateur drivers on a track going 100+ MPH. The main skill these spotters should posses is a sense of calm. Creating panic and fear for amateur drivers is just unsafe. Also some feedback for the owner - I was asked by three different people after my “experience” how it was and I gave varying answers between “awful”, “disappointing”, and “terrible”. All of them looked at me and simply smiled and went on with their day. Actually, the last person, after I said my experience was awful, asked if I wanted to buy a t-shirt. Unfortunately, they were sold out of the shirts that said “I just paid $500 to get yelled at” were sold out. If your business values feedback, teach your employees to lean into feedback in the moment. Simple responses like, “I’m sorry to hear that, what happened that led to your experience?”, or “is there something we can do to make sure you leave with the experience you came here to have?”. I’ve read similar reviews that lead to the same conclusion… If you have the right spotter/radio man you’ll probably have a good time. If you don’t, like me, you’ll wish you took your money and rented a Ferrari next door.

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TigerFan47

727 Points
11/22/2023

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Awesome experience! Great team and excellent customer service. Definitely a bucket list item, BUT a few items to keep in mind: 1. A little claustrophobic in the car. 2. Not recommended for those of us with a gut or tall. 3. Hard for older enthusiasts to get in/out of the car. 4. Not recommended on a hot day. 5. Excellent spotter to driver interaction! Thanks Kevin! Overall LOVED THE EXPERIENCE, but extremely bummed that my in car video didn’t work! They offered me another ride in a different car but I was done. HOPE the customer service people are timely with my refund! **** Update, customer service people were awesome and refunded my $ for the video in no time! 👍👍👍

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