Tired of your commuter car and itching for more enjoyment?
A planned racetrack aims to give motorists another place to take the wheel of a luxury sports car and release their inner speed-demon.
Executives with World Class Driving are planning to open Speed Vegas a couple of miles south of the M Resort on Las Vegas Boulevard at Sloan Roadway, about 11 miles south of the Strip.
Construction hasn’t started at the remote, barren site, and Speed Vegas’ web site offers little info, consisting of when the track will open and just how much it will certainly charge. But the website states consumers can drive a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Aston Martin and other vehicles at the “fastest” and “most severe new experience in Las Vegas.”
Clark County commissioners last month approved task plans. According to county files, the 85-acre attraction will certainly include retail sales, dining establishments and a lounge with alcohol.
Allison Raskansky, senior vice president of operations property development, decreased Thursday to make World Class Driving CEO Aaron Fessler or other officials offered for comment. She said the company would reveal details soon.
Project-site owner Scott Gragson said the track would “ideally” open by the first quarter of 2016. He stated consumers would not be able to race each other, however they would use helmets and might floor it.
“The experience is so that you can drive quick,” he stated.
Speed Vegas would be yet another nongambling destination in America’s casino mecca, where travelers are increasingly overlooking card tables and slot machines to go shopping, dine, celebration in bars and participate in other activities. Las Vegas, long a place where grownups can cut loose, has lots of severe tourist attractions, including weapon varieties where people can shoot belt-fed gatling gun, assault rifles and grenade launchers.
Also, there are numerous business that currently let motorists burn rubber in race cars and high-end road cars, consisting of Exotics Racing, Dream Racing and the Richard Petty Driving Experience at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The Speed Vegas site could have had a different fate. Gragson’s group purchased the land in 2013 for $11.75 million from gambling establishment huge MGM Resorts International.