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logo_sincity11Well now you can!  Speedway racing is in the heart of Vegas. Brought to life by Gene Woods a former speedway racer himself. Speedway racing is very popular in Europe and is slowly catching on here. So Gene Woods felt that there needed to be a venue to cater to the growing need. People would always say that Las Vegas Speedway was too far out of town. So his thought was to just put the speedway right in the middle of town and that is just what he did. Sin City Speedway held it’s first event Oct 22 as part of a six week racing series.

The new Las Vegas speedway, a half-acre dirt track made just for motorcycle speed racing, sits just minutes from the Strip on 121 E. Sunset Road south of McCarran International Airport. Speedway races consist of up to six riders on a track racing at speeds of up to 70 mph, on bikes with no brakes and only one gear. To stop or slow down, riders either close the throttle or slide the bike sideways. This makes this sport a heart stopping, nail biting ride the whole time you are watching it.

So if you are in Vegas stop by and check it out!

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Sin City Speedway
Las Vegas Sports Arena
121 E. Sunset, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Race Schedule – Every Saturday night October 22nd to November 26th 2011
Spectator gates open at 6PM. Racing starts at 7PM each Saturday night.
Track is similar to IMS, but wider.
Pits will have Nascar style garages.

Riders sign-ups, go to sincityspeedway.com – Use the ‘CONTACT US’ Tab and fill out the form. Include Name, rider number, division.
Second choice is to E-mail Nate Perkins at Nathan Perkins at nateperkinselectric@gmail.com

*Note that signing up does not guarantee you a spot on the program. Make sure you are confirmed before going to Las Vegas!!!

Come join us every Saturday night as 500cc “Nitro Fueled” motorcycles race around an 1/8 mile oval track with no brakes. This family friendly, fast action sport is one of motorcycles oldest and purest forms of racing and is now in Las Vegas, just minutes away from the strip. So head on down to the Las Vegas Sports Arena, grab yourself a seat and see what all the excitement is about!

October 22 – Season Opener – Las Vegas World Speedway Series – Round 1
October 29 – Harley Night – Las Vegas World Speedway Series – Round 2
November 5 – Pro Speedway and Sidecars – Las Vegas World Speedway Series – Round 3
November 12 – Freestyle Moto X – Las Vegas World Speedway Series – Round 4
November 19 – Las Vegas World Speedway Series Final – Top 16 riders in Points & Sidecars
November 26 – Las Vegas Championship – Harley Night #2 – Open to all riders who sign up!
December 10 – Freestyle Moto X #2

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