2019 Pennzoil 400 Race Props
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway will host five days of racing excitement this weekend beginning on Wednesday, February 27th. The Monster Energy Drink Cup Series Pennzoil 400 closes the weekend what figures to be a crashing good Sunday with the Monster Energy Drink Cup Series Pennzoil 400.
Pennzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Vitals
Track Length: 1.5 Miles
Race Length: 400 Miles (267 laps = 400 miles)
First Race: March 1, 1998 – Las Vegas 400
Banking in Corners: 20 degrees
Banking on Frontstretch: 9 degrees
Bank on Backstretch: 9 degrees
Frontstretch: 2,275 feet
Backstretch: 1,572 feet
Stage Lengths: Stage 1 ends at Lap 80; Stage 2 ends at Lap 160; Final stage ends at Lap 267
Qualifying Record: Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 196.378 mph (27.498 sec.); March 4, 2016
Race Record: Brad Keselowski, Ford, 154.633 mph, (02:35:24); March 9, 2014
The gates open for each day’s events and ceremonies. And the Speedway welcomes the public for an exciting Friday night of qualifying for the Pennzoil 400. The time trials are scheduled after dinner on Friday, March 1 at 7:40 p.m. local time.
Which Manufacturer will win the Las Vegas 400 mile event? Chevy checks in at +400, Toyota at +180 with Ford the favorite brand to win Penzzoil on Sunday at -110 odds.
The Las Vegas SuperBook, Westgate,opened up the NASCAR Odds – Penzzoil 400 Proportions with Odds on which Manufacturer brand will lay claim to the 2019 Vegas NASCAR crown, odds for Group Matchups and finishing order spots for specific drivers. How many cautions will their be in the Pennzoil 400? How many drivers will finish the race on the lead lap? In conclusion how many different drivers will lead at least one lap?