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Black Salt Racing Sees 400MPH Possibilities in 2018
This year, barring any storms, Black Salt Racing believes that the Bonneville Salt Flats racetrack is going to be great for racing.
A Bonneville “Sign” of the Times
Jinx Vesco, wife and Team Vseco “Glue,” has been traveling out to the Bonneville Salt Flats for decades. Recently, on a trip out to “Lands End” where the service road drops visitors onto the salt beds, she was appalled by the condition of the informational sign. Knowing full well the Bureau of Land Management collects a great amount of annual fees from the land speed racing community , she believes that the signs at the location ought be well above eyesore status. As a concerned citizen, she filed a complaint with Matthew Preston District Manager of West Desert. She shared […]
Spreading the Word in Detroit and Boston
Land Speed Racing and Save the Salt were the feature exhibit at the Detroit Autorama in early March followed by a LandSpeed Louise representing the sport at Bosotn's Larz Anderson Auto Museum for its Women's Motormouth series profiling women in motorsports and beyond.
Salt Lay Down No Bonneville Salt Flats Threat
Public reports of lay down process causing restoration problems for Bonneville Salt Flats are all false according to scientist conducting salt crust thickness study.
Save the Salt / Utah Alliance Spring Update
Save the Salt and the Utah Alliance report that its new Website has lanched, the University of Utah has installed a new, advance weather station on the Bonneville Salt Flats, seasonal salt laydown program is nearly complete and the Salt Crust Restoration project has taken a new path forward.