Grand Prix of Las Vegas
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For other races in Las Vegas, see Las Vegas Grand Prix (disambiguation).
The Grand Prix of Las Vegas was a sports car race held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway near Las Vegas, Nevada. It began as an IMSA GT Championship event in 1997, and became an American Le Mans Series event in 1999. It has not been held since 2000.
|Year||Overall Winner(s)||Entrant||Car||Distance/Duration||Race Title||Report|
|IMSA GT Championship|
|1997|| John Paul, Jr.
|Dyson Racing||Riley & Scott Mk III-Ford||2 hours||Sportscar Grand Prix presented by FAO Schwarz||report|
|1998|| Wayne Taylor
Eric van de Poele
|Doyle-Risi Racing||Ferrari 333SP||3 hours, 45 minutes||Toshiba Copiers and Fax Nevada Grand Prix||report|
|American Le Mans Series|
|1999|| JJ Lehto
|BMW Motorsport||BMW V12 LMR||2 hours, 45 minutes||Grand Prix of Las Vegas||report|
|2000|| Frank Biela
|Audi Sport North America||Audi R8||2 hours, 45 minutes||Grand Prix of Las Vegas presented by enjoythedrive.com||report|
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