NASCAR Helicopter Shuttle Transportation to Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Avoid the lapped traffic on the I-15 on the way to the Las Vegas NASCAR® Race with a VIP helicopter shuttle flight to LVMS!

Las Vegas NASCAR VIP Transportation Helicopter Flight
Beat the traffic to Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Las Vegas Motor Speedway Transportation Helicopter Flight
Views from your VIP helicopter over LVMS
Las Vegas NASCAR shuttle helicopter fFlight
Arrive in style just like some of your favorite drivers
NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
NASCAR Cup Series Race at LVMS

If you’re heading to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the South Point 400 NASCAR Cup Series race this year… beat the bumper to bumper traffic on the I-15 freeway and arrive like a VIP in a luxury helicopter just like some of your favorite drivers, team owners and sponsors do!

This NASCAR Cup Series Race helicopter shuttle is a quick and exciting way to get to Las Vegas Motor Speedway! Don’t spend valuable time sitting in bumper to bumper traffic to LVMS, then more in queue for a parking space… spend more of your time at the track enjoying the actual NASCAR experience.

Your quick 15 minute (approx.) helicopter flight departs from the Strip’s VIP air terminal located just south of the world-famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign. Sit back, relax and enjoy the sights of the Las Vegas Strip and Downtown from the air.

After the race once again take to the air and enjoy the views from far above the gridlocked traffic on the freeway and surface streets on your return flight to Las Vegas.

Your VIP flight to the South Point 400 NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday, October 20, 2024, includes complimentary shuttle service to and from select hotels and resorts located within 5 miles of the Las Vegas Strip.

From just $549.00 per person

Did you know… This motor speedway has opened more recently than most as it didn’t have an actual speedway track until the mid-’90s. While a track had existed in the ’70s, it only had a road course and a drag strip. The ’80s brought about the addition of a 3/8-mile track, but it wasn’t until 1996 that the world finally saw the creation of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway itself.