Nevada has some of the most exciting terrains to explore, making it a popular tourist destination for car enthusiasts and thrill-seekers alike. With plenty of empty lands and a level topography, there’s an opportunity for racers and speed chasers alike.
What are the best race tracks in the state?
If you’re looking to enjoy the thrill of watching cars compete neck and neck, Nevada is where you need to be. In the major cities, you’ll find plenty of race tracks, but you’ll also find them outside towns, where there’s a lot more space.
1) Speed Vegas
As the name suggests, this asphalt track is located in Las Vegas. Home to some of the most thrilling displays of speed, it’s one of the best places to visit if you wish to see people competing to get ahead of each other.
2) Exotics Racing
Also located in Las Vegas, Exotics Racing is another asphalt race track perfect for supercar racing and driving. You can sit back and watch people try their luck here, sign up to drive a few laps or if you have some experience take out one of our Lamborghini Huracan car rental in Las Vegas for a spin.
3) Spring Mountain
A major east-west road running through the Las Vegas valley, this dessert path is an adventure waiting to be had. Hop into one of our luxury cars and test the speeds they offer on these massive roads.
4) Champion Motor Speedway
Located in Carson City, NV, this motorway is a favorite for people far and wide. Drive over to Carson City and go over to watch expert drivers push their skills to the max. Alternatively, find out how you can participate and get a slice of the action for yourself.
5) Great Basin Roadway
This dirt track is nature’s gift to the adventurers and car enthusiasts in Nevada. It’s got the prime structure for a thrilling, high speed drive around its dirty paths, highs and lows. Ride out into the terrain and experience the excitement of moving through some of the rock formations, sand and hills along the way.
6) Reno-Fernley Raceway
Another popular track for racers and adventure seekers, this raceway is situated between Reno and Fernley. It’s a road course, that allows you to enjoy the thrill of driving on a dirt path and asphalt without having to choose between either.