NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Awards Ceremony and Champion’s Week will return to Las Vegas for the seventh consecutive year.
NASCAR announced Monday morning that the event honoring the 2015 champion will be held Friday, Dec. 4 at the Wynn Las Vegas. The awards ceremony will conclude Champion’s Week, which will begin Dec. 1-2 with the 16th annual Daytona Rising/NASCAR Motorsports Marketing Forum hosted at The Mirage by the Sports Business Journal.
“We’ve had a great experience in Las Vegas and are very pleased to extend our partnership with the city,” NASCAR executive vice president and chief marketing officer Steve Phelps said in a release. “Las Vegas has consistently set the stage for a vibrant, exciting NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week, when the sport looks back on the season and toasts its newest champion.”
NASCAR began hosting its premier series awards show in Las Vegas in 2009 following a 28-year run in New York City. Since then, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards and Champion’s Week has hosted events at more than 30 venues along the famous Las Vegas Strip.
“We are thrilled that NASCAR and Las Vegas will continue their strong and successful partnership as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week return for the seventh year,” Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority president/CEO Rossi Ralenkotter said. “Each year this event gets bigger and better, and Las Vegas provides the ultimate backdrop to this unrivaled experience in the most exciting city in the world.”
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards will air Dec. 4 on NBCSN beginning at 9 p.m. ET. MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio will carry the awards show live at 8 p.m. ET.