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by Sarah the Expat
London, United Kingdom
April 2, 2004
From journal Las Vegas on a Budget!
Idaho Falls, Idaho
January 14, 2003
Once inside the Sahara, you can buy a one-time ride, two-time ride, or all-day pass. Since we were staying in the hotel, we bought an all-day pass, which includes the Indy cars and NASCAR--pretty good deal considering the NASCAR speedway was $6 just for one go.
Don't forget to get your coupon book . . . there is a $4-off coupon for a full-day pass.
This ride literally rockets you out to 70 miles per hour in 2 seconds. It is such a rush . . . then you go through a loop and up a huge tower where you experience zero Gs, then back down . . . through the loop and back again. It's a short ride, but I was shaking after each ride. Not a good ride after a late night out drinking.
The Indy and NASCAR races were neat; you race in a full-size car against seven other cars. You are inside your own area with a fully surrounded screen, so you feel everything. It takes a bit to get used to the cars; you can drive manual or automatic and they do give you a "training course" before you start. When you are finished, you get a printout with your rank and other vital NASCAR fan info.
When you've finished, head on up to the NASCAR Cafe for a beer.
From journal SURPRISE...WE'RE GOING TO VEGAS!!!
by Scott S.
Atlantic City, New Jersey
August 29, 2001
From journal Las Vegas tips, tricks, and best deals
June 25, 2005
From journal Las Vegas Wedding
June 21, 2005
From journal Second Trip to Las Vegas
April 14, 2008