Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four Wide Nationals

Why go to a racetrack with only two lanes when you can go to the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals? Head to Vegas for a weekend you’ll never forget.

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Why do they call it the Four-Wide Nationals? Because they widened it from two lanes to four lanes, so you get double the racing experience with each race. These drivers are hitting speeds over 330 miles per hour, and the drag strip just screams with action during the race. You’ll feel the engines roaring through the vibrations in the stands while the crowd cheers like crazy.

The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is a unique place to watch a race. This is not just because they have four lanes instead of two like everyone else, but because they are huge. The speedway is quite massive, and they can accommodate more than a thousand RVs along with hundreds of spots for regular parking as well.

You’ll find burgers, hot dogs, and nachos as well as pizza and other tasty snacks here. And you can wash it down with an ice-cold beer or soft drink. Choose the fall platinum ticket package to sit in a section where you get free food and beverages.

The track also boasts enclosed suites with air conditioning, which is desirable in Las Vegas. Where else can you enjoy the sites of Vegas, camp, and take in the races, but at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway? Load up the motorhome and head to Nevada for some wide-lane motorsports action.


If you just want to go to one race, you can get a general admission ticket for less than $50. Weekend and season ticket options are also available, and camping rates often start around $150 depending on how close to the action you wish to stay. However, as an RV driver, you would do well to camp during the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals. You can easily combine racing fun with RV camping without having to worry about driving back to camp.

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You’re about 15 miles from the Vegas Strip when you’re at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway just off I-15. In fact, if you weren’t so busy watching the awesome cars, you could probably see the lights from the stands. If you have ever wanted to visit the Mohave National Preserve, it’s only about 70 miles to the southwest. Even better, the Lake Mead National Recreation Area is less than half an hour from the track, so you can go check that out, too.

Parking areas

If you aren’t camping at the speedway, don’t worry, there are several parking areas for RVs and motorhomes as well as busses. If you leave your RV at another site and drive a car to the track, you may find free parking surrounding the entire Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Public Transportation

As a tourist town, Las Vegas has all the perks and amenities you would expect, including public transportation. The Las Vegas Motor Speedway Express is the best way to get there from the heart of Vegas. In the past, they have paired up with other local tour companies to provide bus service from downtown to the speedway. However, you may have to find alternate transportation if coming from anywhere else.

Where to stay


The track has a ridiculous amount of RV camping spots. In fact, they may want to call themselves a campground rather than a racetrack. There are almost a thousand sites at the Las Vegas Speedway, and they are motorhome-friendly sites with plenty of room and 24-hour security. They also have showers, restrooms, water access, and pumping service.


If you don’t want to camp at the speedway, you will find quite a few campgrounds that accommodate RVs in and around Las Vegas. Some of them are equipped with all sorts of amenities and recreational activities, while others are primitive but peaceful. The Las Vegas KOA is only about 12 miles away, and it has several hundred RV sites with 30- to 50-amp electric, water, and sewer as well as a pool, showers, laundry, playgrounds, and much, much more. They even have a bowling alley and cinema.

Getting around

Getting around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway is easy with complimentary shuttles to and from the parking lots. If you are camping, you can get a ride from the RV Lot ticket gate or Elevator Tower One. But you don’t have to ride the shuttle. You may want to walk so you can see everything along the way.

What to pack


You may want to bring shorts and tank tops if you want to stay cool in Vegas. However, you may also need to bring jeans, t-shirts, and a long-sleeved shirt or jacket in case it gets “cold” at night. You’ll also want to pack comfy shoes because you will probably do a lot of walking around during the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals.


Las Vegas Motor Speedway is different from many other parks because they allow you to carry in one non-alcoholic beverage and one food item per guest. You can also bring a small backpack for binoculars, a camera, cosmetics, etc. Some things you cannot bring are coolers, drones, fireworks, chairs, pets, and weapons. Check the website or call the track for a complete list.

Health & Safety

It’s sunny in Vegas, but did you know that you can get a sunburn even if it’s cloudy? Bring (and use) sunblock. You should also bring a hat and sunglasses to protect your face. Bug spray is a necessity as well, especially at the campground after the sun goes down in Nevada.

Where to eat


At the campground, you are allowed to use U.L. safety-approved cooking pits, campfire stoves, or cook indoors using your generator during non-quiet hours. BBQ grills are allowed as well but must be kept contained and attended at all times. If you need any supplies, there are several retail stores and grocers within a short drive.


From fried chicken or burgers to filet mignon or lobster, Mexican or Asian, Las Vegas has more restaurants and eateries than you can imagine. Stop in at one of the casinos and have a beer and a meal while trying your luck at the slot machines. Sit down and eat a nice meal with the family, or just hit the drive-thru and head back to the track.


You’ll find a variety of yummy eats at the track, including hot dogs, burgers, nachos, pizza, and BBQ. There is also beer, soft drinks, coffee, and other beverages. If you are looking for souvenirs, check out the Speedway World Gift Shop on the first floor in the administration building. In addition, there’s a plethora of other vendors around the speedway selling and giving away items.



Las Vegas Motor Speedway has 24-hour security right at the campground. Guests will likely find plenty of security staff around the track, as well. Security reserves the right to search your bags and refuse the entry of anything they deem inappropriate.


Travelers seek vacation time in Vegas for more than just the casinos and races. The weather in Nevada in April is often amazing. When the rest of the country is freezing, you can be in Vegas wearing shorts and a t-shirt. The highs are typically in the upper 70s and lows in the low 60s. You just cannot beat that kind of weather in late winter/early spring.


Las Vegas has several hospitals within a 15 to 20-minute drive of the racetrack. The closest is 10.5 miles away on Craig Road right off of Interstate 15. However, if you need immediate medical care, there are mobile medical teams on the grounds, and all you have to do is contact the speedway staff and tell them your location. Pharmacy options are about the same distance away in various directions.