ALMS invades Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas Motor Speedway will provide the final opportunity of the year for American race fans to witness the excitement of the American Le Mans Series. The main event for the high-intensity racing weekend is the Grand Prix of Las ...

LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas Motor Speedway will provide the final opportunity of the year for American race fans to witness the excitement of the American Le Mans Series.

The main event for the high-intensity racing weekend is the Grand Prix of Las Vegas Presented by SEMA at the 2.25-mile speedway road course. The road course will provide a challenge to drivers with its steep banks and twisting infield sections. The race begins at noon on Sunday.

The series also will include the Spec Racer Ford Series, Women's Global GT series, SPEEDVISION World Challenge, Star Mazda/Best Western Championship and BF Goodrich Trans-Am Series.

A driver autograph session on Saturday, Oct. 28 will offer spectators a chance to meet their favorite drivers.

Spectator gates open at 9 a.m. on Friday, 8 a.m. on Saturday and 7 a.m. on Sunday.

On Friday, in honor of Nevada Day, all Nevada residents with ID will be admitted for $10.

Adult general admission is $25 per day. Seniors, military, and children are $15 per day. A three-day adult pass is $40. A three-day senior, military, or children pass is $25. Motorhome camping packages that include race tickets are available for $850. For tickets call (800) 644-4444 or visit www.tickets.com.

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