Vintage Moto’s at the Salt Flats!
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Northeast of Wendover, Utah lies Bonneville Speedway. An unlikely sports venue, barren from all life forms, the Bonneville Salt Flats are considered Utah’s most unique attraction and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1912, the salt flats were first used as a hosting site for motorsports and became increasingly popular for setting land speed records throughout the 1930s, when Ab Jenkins and Sir Malcolm Campbell (both professional racecar drivers) began discovering the race-speed benefits of the 30,000 acres of compacted salty terrain. Various race machines have visited the track and record speeds of even upwards of 600mph have been reached throughout the track’s history.