The 2020 Mint 400 started with a fan favorite, parade in downtown Las Vegas and ended with Luke McMillin adding his name to the prestigious list of past winners. Luke did so, just over 30 years after his father accomplished the same feat. On the last lap, McMillin and his co-driver Jason Duncan took the lead and went on to win. They finished with an unofficial time of 6:49:52.
The 2020 Mint 400 was comprised of 4 grueling, 107 mile laps, for a race total of 428 miles. Chokers corner had plenty of action with atleast one rollover. This accident bottlenecked some drivers coming through as the crew worked to slow vehicles coming into chokers and roll the vehicle back over onto its wheels.
As a first time attendee to the Mint 400, I can say there is plenty to do for families coming in to watch the event. The backside of Buffalo Bill’s Casino hosted the races starting line, midway and the Super Hooligans. Action around Buffalo Bill’s was nonstop all weekend.
Race results and additional information can be found at themint400.com