The Bonneville Salt
BNI SpeedWeek - World Finals
Racing and Hot Rod Exhibition Primer
to Bonneville Salt Flats Events ??
This is A Simple Introductory Orientation and Overview Explanatory
with overall information for First Time
Visitors who have NEVER been here before... This page
has Crucial Details - MAPS - Videos - Operations info
all collected together that you won't get anywhere else in one place.
IF you have NEVER
been here before
- then you need to read every word on this page and watch the
videos of the scene in process. Welcome to The Largest Machinery Racing
Operation On Planet Earth --
Bonneville Speed Week Land Speed Racing Trials and Timing Operations is literally a small city out on the Salt Flats
spread over a several dozen miles
Overview Information is for people who have Never been to Speed Week on
the Bonneville Salt Flats Before. Never mind that "Bucket List" crap for
going here someday. MAKE PLANS NOWAND DO IT !
The first thing you will say is "WOW!!
I should have done this YEARS AGO ! This is AMAZING
Welcome to the Best Kept Secret of Racing Value
on the Planet ! Over A Week In Hot Rod Heaven
Spend $50 - $175 for A One Day Seat at a little NASCAR or Drag Race
when you can get an entry pass for Just $50 at Bonneville Speed Week
and Spend up to 10
Full Days out on the Salt on a Vast 375 Square Mile Spread !! plus, A
$10 Pit Entry Pass gets full access to the pits in 3 rows that are
Miles Long !! This is SALT
Distancing where the activities are miles apart..
There's SIX MILES of FREE Campingon Your Public
Land that you already pay for in Taxes - right alongside of
the road that comes into the Salt Flats !! PLUS a FREE Hot Rod Side
Show right in Wendover outside the Nugget Casino and Hotel over
the weekend with literally Thousands of Vintage Hot Rods and
Racers Coming and going. !! Have the time of your live every
day and night for over a week !! There's NOTHING like THAT anywhere
else in the world !!That's
For SURE !!
With THAT in Mind - There are things you must know and do - not
what you just think this place is.
Because It's the only place of it's kind on the continent - with
it's own environment and climate.
First of All - The Geographical Demographic of this operation covers an
area that extends 15 Miles (24 Km) Wide and 25 Miles (40 Km) long; which is 375 Square Miles (603 Km) of Area !
That's an operating space big enough to fit All of New York City or Dallas
Texas inside of it !! Philadelphia
Pennsylvania and Denver Colorado could also be put inside of it with
room to spare. That's
how big the spread of this operation IS !!
So if you think you are just going to drive out in your car and park it
and go to a racetrack and sit yourself in the grandstand in one place
and see everything going on
you have not a clue
as to the activities and HUGENESS of what this is...
This is NOT a race track like NASCAR where you sit in a grandstand
and cars come racing by all afternoon and go in laps around a race
course round and around, over and over for a few hours and then it's all
over and done. The activities go on for over a week.! You
get your money's worthwhen you come to the SALT !
There is NO race track with Laps in Bonneville Salt Flats Racing! It's
Specialized Vehicles - Machines that go Straight down designated
courses one at a time with speed timed miles racing as fast as
possible for many miles in a straight line and attempting to break the
current speed record on file for that particular vehicle class and
structure. This action goes on all day long for over a week. It's more comparable to Bobsled racing
in the Olympics, where one competitor at a time goes down the
course to get the best time and speed record for the team and vehicle
class.. THE Bonneville Salt Flats is the Largest
Vehicle Racing Operational Space in The World !!
You could put a Dozen NASCAR Facilities Inside the place and
still have miles of room around it !
A Facility this large is operating on a space bigger than most
cities in the USA. So if you are coming here for the first
time you will need see all that's on this page and bear this in mind
and prepare yourself accordingly... There's all kinds
of other amazing things to see that goes along with vehicles running
down the course.
Work your way down this page for a glimpse into the World of
Bonneville Speed Week...
Miraculous part of it all is that it's ALL assembled and coordinated on
an area that's literally just EMPTY pristine open space and on a bed of
salt - Literally put up and then taken down and put into storage every
year. ALL by a small crew of Volunteers and Workers that spend
Months out on that Salt Flats driving Thousands of miles around on it
putting it all into place and then operating it with the multitudes of
teams and spectators.
The Environment of the Salt is Maintained in Pristine Condition
throughout and left in perfect form.
Speed Week is the backbone of the Save The Salt Coalition.
NEW WORLD RECORD UPDATE !!
FASTEST Wheel Driven Speed Ever Recorded at World Finals !
Here's the video from Impound...
Here's the Full 6 Minute Video on the Record Run..
First 500 MPH Recorded Speed..
Keep Going on this page for lots of specific details.. An overview of what happens This
is a Main Map Detail Page with Links to Pix and Videos of The
Individual Areas Shown on the map...
375 Square Miles of Operations Makes this The Largest Sports and
Racing Operation anywhere in the Entire World.
The Vast Perspective middle area with this official University Mesonet
image located 4 miles into the salt. The Mountains in the distance are
20 to 40 miles away and the summits are over 10,000 Feet in altitude !
The salt is at 4,200 feet so they are over a full mile higher than
the salt flats. TYPICAL ANNUAL COURSE MAP AREA
Above is A
Speed Week Typical Course Layout Map Based on Salt Flats Conditions. The 2020 MAP is configured in accordance
with Salt Observation of Surface Conditions by BNI Officials.
The Areas to be implemented are based on how Nature moved the salt
during the winter wet season.
This is a copy of the Google Images Map of The Bonneville Salt Flats
It is marked with specifics of the relative distances from Interstate 80
exit 4 approximating the various course location positions. Actual
Accurate distances can be correlated with the Annual Course Map Drawing
showing the designated Salt Layout for the current year based on surface
Open Pinch to Stretch it on Phone and Tablet Devices.
this page for A VERY DETAILED Sequential Distance
Numbered Breakdown SUMMARY of the Above Map Information (Fully Explained for People who have never
been here before
who have no idea about how it operates and what it is)
Sorting out all the activity going on over hundreds of square
miles of Salt Flats Starting at the Interstate Exit
and working outward onto the Salt Flats for over 10 Miles (16
ARRIVAL ! This is Interstate 80 Exit 4 in Utah
heading North from the exit.
PROCEED NORTH ON PAVED ROAD
THE FREE CAMPING AREA
I 80 Exit 4 at Sinclair to Salt Flats Entrance for 5 miles
- 8.04 Km (2)
Your first encounter of activity is The Five Miles of FREE
Outback Primitive Camping along the access road with a bend to
the right a third of the way along it as shown here on the
yellow road sign.
THIS IS A FREE OPEN
AREA which extends for 5 miles where you can set up and
camp. Some people come weeks ahead and hang around for a whole
month on a summer holiday vacation from late July through the
end of August.
The famous 'Bend In The Road'
is nearly midway along the road to the Bonneville Salt Flats
Entrance - about 2 miles (3.21 Km) from interstate exit With
Camping all along the stretch on the south side.
(It's The Right Turn toward Salt Flats entrance on the Access
the 5 Mile Stretch of Open Area Public Camping along South
Side of The Access Road you have Self Contained FREE
Primitive Camping on BLM Land with No Provisions Whatsoever.
Thousands of tents and campers and rigs spread out and fill it
in for miles and it becomes a small desert city and hot rod
THE MAIN BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS ENTRANCE
Miles; 8.04 Km in from Interstate Exit 4 (3) Main Gate Entrance onto The
Bonneville Salt Flats Area that
goes out onto the Eighth Wonder of the World.
to the worlds largest waterless ocean.
SALT FLATS HIGHWAY
(4) Main Access Road Driving
out ONTO THE SALT
is The Salt Flats Highway (Runs along The entire Salt Flats Operations for 10
miles; 16 Km) This daily Trek is the motoring equivalent of riding on a
boat onto the sea;
there is nothing in any direction for many many miles.
ZERO - THE STARTING LINE
(This is half way out into the SALT Flats activity)
3 Miles (4.82 Km) in from SALT
and About 8
Miles (12.87 Km) from I 80 Exit 4
of Activity watch it through for runs that go on.
Bear in mind that the 2 cars at the end are nearly 5 miles
and you can still hear them as plainly as when they were
right in front of you..
The Timing Courses Mile Zero Starting Line Area
This is where all participants Launch onto groomed courses
with timed miles to compete against their particular speed
record that is already on the books and attempt to Exceed
and TECH INSPECTION
(6) Is located about 5
Miles (8.04 Km) out from Salt Entrance and 10 Miles
(16 Km) from Interstate Exit 4. IF You
want to be at The ONE place where all these amazing vehicles
that run on the salt line up as
they arrive and get examined, then you need to GO
HERE to the Main Bonneville Operations Area with your
cameras to take historic Magazine cover style photographs.
This is an international event - with vehicles and attendees
from countries all around the globe arriving here. THIS Location is LITERALLY The Grand Central
Station of Land Speed Racing for the Entire
To see the best of this You'll
need to be here as the operation first opens to
competing vehicles for check in and Tech Inspection on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings
before 8AM to see this one time occurrence before the
actual courses are open. These vehicles proceed from here to
the pit area that extends along the salt for several miles.
THIS is the
Main Hub of Speedweek's
SCTA-BNI Bonneville Operations.
A Busy Bustling Area of Check in with Tech
Inspection - Official Programs - Rule Books - Tee Shirts
- Souvenirs - Main Information Area
- Media and Press - Etc.
Streamliner is opened up and undergoes Stringent Tech Inspection.
Various Teams and Land Speed Machines Arrive and Undergo
This Team has brought their Land Speed Motorcycle all the way from
The Process goes on all day long from 8AM to the Evening as cars
get inspected and then head into their pit area.
Incredible Genius is used to create pristine artwork with the
structure of high speed machinery the likes of which you will see
nowhere else in the world but here at Bonneville Salt Flats Events
SpeedWeek World Finals World of Speed and so on.
This Main Operations Window has ALL Event Programs, Memorabilia
- Posters, T-Shirts, Historic Collectibles, Land Speed Rule
Books - Special Pins, Etc..
That The Images shown above are but a mere 1 minute walk
through sampling of Thursday Morning Activity Before
Speedweek as the Vehicles start arriving. This Main
Bonneville Operations Area activity with Registration
and Tech Inspection for Competing Vehicle Check In always
starts off with a big crowd of participants showing up Thurs
and Friday before the courses open and then goes on daily
for a week, with this big initial mid week rush before Speed
Week gets underway. Check with the officials performing
setup when you arrive in the area several days early as to
when the Tech Inspection check in will open up.
(7) About 5 Miles out
(8.04 Km) from Salt Entrance and 10 Miles (16 Km) from
Interstate Exit 4
IMPOUND Area - Near Tech Inspection and Beginning of Pit
Area Look for the Big Yellow Vertical Flag with the word
IMPOUND ! as shown in the pix above.
As records in different classes are exceeded every day, the
machines who achieve this are then parked here for
inspection and examination by Official Technical Inspectors.
It's The Place for Once
in a lifetime photo opportunities of the parked
Unique and Amazing Machines for the Speed Week Spectator.
EARLY MORNING RECORD SETTING
MACHINES RETURNS TO RUN AGAIN This is the Highlight of the event
a Must See and Do ! Experience the Sunrise On The Salt !
5 Miles out (8.04 Km) from Salt Entrance and 10 Miles (16
Km) from Interstate Exit 4
(8) ALL Impound Record
Setter's Need to Return for a 2nd Run.
known as "Return Runs"
This Daily Lineup occurs Mornings by 6:30 AM ONLY!!
You need to be up and out and at the entrance of the salt by
6 AM to get out there in time. !! By 7AM
or so this lineup queue then gets addressed by officials and
starts moving and proceeds onward, immediately moving 3 miles
(4.82 Km) down to the Starting Lines at Course Mile Zero and The
Daily Timing Run Activity gets underway after that for all
competing vehicles. They will then run early in the calm of dawn
when the viewing and sound is totally spectacular !!!! AND run
FAST to exceed the record speed on file and finalize their
setting the new speed record for their vehicle and class. One
after another they make these astonishing runs.
this intricate process works: All Participants that
exceeded the speed on record the previous day had their vehicles
placed into IMPOUND for tech inspection and they now come back
out from IMPOUND onto the causeway and line up with their
machines into a staging Queue which then proceeds onward and
Returns - to make a second timed run - to mile Zero and the
starting line for the various courses their vehicle class is
running on. If this return also run exceeds the speed record
currently on file, the speed of both of the runs is then
averaged for a net speed which now becomes the new Permanent
record in the books for that class and machine, which stands
until it is exceeded again by another run in the future..
Most importantly, the objective here with the return run is to
run at the crack of dawn when it's dead calm and the salt and
the air is all nice and cool and conditions are ideal.
Here are SpeedWeek '18 Wed Morning Impound Pre-Dawn Warmups
If you want to come onto the SALT in time for this from
you should be on the road 5:30-6 AM in the dark.
This is an absolutely Fantastic one time photo op for getting pix
of machines with drivers and team participants all Queued up and
observe and simultaneously take pictures of the majestic Sunrise
on the SALT which is also happening at this time and is
amazing in a different way Every Day with a 200 mile open in all
directions view to the sun rising ! It's a Once in a Lifetime
Experience for people there for the first time :-)
The vehicles line up on the competition causeway just outside of
This is near Main Operations Tech Inspection Vendors and
(9) About 5 Miles out
(8.04 Km) from Salt Entrance and
10 Miles (16 Km) from Interstate Exit 4
Extending outward for 2 (3.21 Km) to 4 miles (6.5 Km) This
pit area literally extends
onward for miles along the causeway on the SALT.
It is also several rows wide. One can spend several days just
meandering around this area visiting with the various teams and
watching them configure their land speed machines.
into Pit Area along causeway that extends onward for miles.
The Mountains in the background are 40 miles away.!
This great Walk around video takes you into the pits to see but
a smattering of the various team operations all busy with their
machines as well as the other hot rods and coming and going
SPEED WEEK OFFICIAL RADIO STATION
Ron and Slim
The Voices of Speed Week
A 45 Minute Sample From start of Tues Speedweek 2017 with return
Radio is on 8-10 Hrs each day..
Speed Week is such a huge operation that it has it's own
FM Radio Station! The
radio station broadcast trailer, transmitter and antenna tower
are located along the causeway about a mile into the pit area.
Salt Flats expanse is ideal for transmitting a radio signal
into the line of sight miles.
The station can be picked up for dozens of miles in all open
directions outward along the Salt Flats and on Interstate 80
by all the passing traffic. When you go around the mountain
into Wendover the signal fades since FM can't pass through the
solid rock mountain formations. The
Radio Station tune in frequency is always posted online or
available at the main entrance gate.Set your car
radio to the station and You can hear the world famous long
time announcers Ron Christensen and Seldom Seen Slim - the
voices of Speed Week - who both have been announcing land
speed racing activity for many decades. They announce every
run and are human encyclopedias of information on the
activities as it occurs. The
station goes on the air every morning as the Salt opens
for the day before the return runs and goes off the air
every evening as the Salt Closes for the day. The Radio
Station can also be accessed from Phone APPS that make the
phone pick up FM radio and there is access to live
streaming online right on the web... YES The Radio
Signal is streamed LIVE over the internet every day during
Speed Weekkeep THIS
LINK from the BNI website. This is All JUST Radio
AUDIO Sound Streaming only and not connected with any web
cam - which cannot possibly show activity spread over 300
square miles of area.
It is also archived ontoLandRacing.com
where you then can go back and listen to each days activity in a
player after Speed Week - all year long and hear the record
runs and all the action that you observed on the Bonneville
Salt Flats in person. ! That's great treatment for Salt Fever
until the next Speed Week. :-)
FOOD SERVICE AND VENDOR AREA
(10) Food Service and Supply
Vendor Area - Near Impound in above pictures About 5 Miles out (8.04 Km) from Salt Entrance and 10
Miles (16 Km) from Interstate Exit 4
Area with Canopies Tables and Food Vendor
There's a great menu of hearty food for hungry Spectators, Racing
competitors and their pit crews
has Proper Eye Protection with Special Lenses which
are Tailored to the specific Light Exposure and Glare
which reflects off the SALT ! A comprehensive collection
of Eye Protection in many styles. A complete collection of
custom eye wear and fancy colored sunglasses etc. Also Special
White Hats with Long Brims and Neck Shields like the one
he's wearing standing behind the counter in the above photo.
Once you get one of those hats you won't want to go about on
the SALT without it !
IF you are a spectator coming for the first time
you need to go here.
There's also a large variety of other hats - Straw Hats AND
Woman's Men's and Children's hats.
All Geared Toward Protection From The Sun.
IF you have sensitive eyes and wear special expensive
prescribed sun shield lenses, they will not
be sufficient here and you should see Mike.
There have been people who come on the SALT with these
"special" sun glasses who have to leave because they are not
working out here. Extended Exposure to the Bright Sun
reflecting off the salt is just like looking at someone
welding. YOU MUST wear Proper Eye
to know about what's going on in the local area and it's related
West Wendover Welcome Center Information is on
Several Tables in the vendor area along the causeway.
Full information is below about West Wendover Welcome Center
and additional activities and sights to see.
Saltproofing with USA Fluid Operations Tables
and windblown canopy
Right next to the food eating area along the causeway
SPECTATOR AREA MILES
(11) Salt Fever Spectator line up
for Miles along the causeway from mile Zero to mile
3-5 Miles (4.82-8.04 Km) out from Salt Entrance
and 7-10 Miles (11.26-16 Km) from Interstate Exit 4
PARTICIPANT VEHICLE CAUSEWAY
on YouTube for lots of Great Videos like this one here;
Taken from the top end of the timing courses.
(12) Competing Vehicle Causeway
Access and Return Road This
is the back and forth road which runs the 6 Miles (9.65 Km)
along the area from the Pits to Mile Zero The
video of a 415 MPH RUN shows a glimpse into the activity with
excited and flabbergasted spectators standing there in
astonishment after watching the run. People going to and fro
who are gathered all over the area for 10 miles with cameras
and binoculars. IF
you are using a hand held phone or tablet and holding it out
in front of you, then this video shows the wavering that you
will get when zooming in to capture the car going by at high
speed in the distance out on the long course..
is a great job doing an overview of what it's like to race Speed
Week from The List
AND DON'T MISS THE EVENING
HOT ROD AND STREET ROD EXHIBITION BIG TIME *FREE* ATTRACTION during
Street Rods and Hot Rods are all Cruising around on the Salt
and parking at The main gathering At The Golden
Nugget - Montego Bay in downtown Wendover, NV
It's happening right on the Nevada Utah State Line !! The
Ultimate Side Show !
Tiny Video Clip of The Crowd from the middle on Saturday Night
with Thousands of people Hanging in The Scene. It's like somebody pushed a button
and beamed you back to 1962 ! Behold The Vintage Crown Jewels of the Auto Industry !
People Enter Alongside the Nugget Casino and Hotel to where
thousands of people and Hot Rods come from all over the country to
park during SpeedWeek..
Working Hot Rods some of which have been on the road for over a
half century drive all the distance to SpeedWeek. These cars are Not
Just Garaged Car Show Eye Candy !
These Antique Cars and Hot Rods Drive out to the Salt Flats by Day
and Exhibit here in the evening.
View from the middle of the area and mob of thousands enjoying the
Hot Rod scene.
just A small sampling of the Classics and Vintage Hot Rod
gathering over the weekend of Speed Week on the Bonneville Salt
Flats. The Hot Rods go down and around and behind the building
parked in many long rows. See this Facebook Album Link.
The gathering starts from the Thursday speed week starts and
builds into the weekend running nightly into the following week as
the Hot Rods come and go. It's all open to the public for
FREE ! ! ! ! !
Show of all the Hot Rod Gathering
2018 Friday as the cars are just starting to gather for the
WEEK EVENT MAIN INFORMATION
is The Website of the Main Bonneville Operations....
Click HERE or on the above Image to
access the SCTA Main Bonneville Operations Website
with Complete information and schedules for attending and
competing and participating along with everything else that goes
on - Radio Station Frequency and Streaming Links.
NEVADA & UTAH MAP
Image of West Wendover, NV and Wendover, UT Map from Google
Wendover Welcome Center Information
They are also set up on the Salt Flats in the Vendor Area during
City of West Wendover
Tourism & Convention Bureau
735 Wendover Boulevard
P.O. Box 2825
West Wendover, Nevada 89883
Number Tel: (775) 664-3138
Toll Free: 1-866-299-2489
Fax: (775) 664-2214 Talk to Kerrie Supanich
#1) Taking WATER with you in
bottles is absolutely the most
important thing you can do.
Prepare yourselves for The Salt Flats Wide Open Desert
The Humidity out on the Salt is Nearly Zero. When the
temperature is above 90 Degrees F it still feels like it's only
70F because it's so dry, and you will dehydrate and not
even know it and end up feeling light headed and
dizzy with Sunstroke. The effective altitude in those conditions
exceeds 7,000 Feet. People who are susceptible to high altitudes
making them feel dizzy will get light headed if you don't stay
hydrated and drink a bottle of water every 20 - 30 minutes; even
if you are sitting in the shade.. And you will Not ever sweat
because it all evaporates into the zero humidity on the Salt.
The Water doesn't even have to be in ice. IF you are dehydrating
just drinking it will be fine even with the water at the air
temperature. Splash it on your face and arms and you become
cooled and it evaporates away in a minute.
WHITE REFLECTIVE CLOTHING!!
Preferably from HEAD TO TOE is an Absolute
and Black Material ABSORBS HEAT from the
concentrated sun and reflection and gets extremely Hot out on
You walk around with clothing on your body that's 150
Degrees F..! ALL White material reflects the sun and stays
Cool. Cotton Breathes and is Preferred. Polyester in the heat will cause excessive perspiration,
B.O. and bring on prickly heat and skin rashes for some people
which is an allergic reaction. Watch the Officials at The Starting Line and in
operations who are wearing totally white clothing and
operating out in the sun the entire day from sunrise
until late in the evening when activities cease for the day.
Even when you are staying under a Tarp the reflected sunlight
from the salt is brighter than out in the sun back at home.
IF you ride in on a motorcycle, stow the leathers and go with
cotton in plain white T shirts and light pants.
Many people walk with light colored umbrellas open above them as
a parasol and sun shield.
This Guy is an example of The PROPER Way to do it
Do Not walk all the miles from the spectator
area to the pits without following the above guidelines. Drive
and forth in your car and Park there - There's Miles of Open
Salt all around the areas..Pay
Attention to the Vast Distance between things on the map
and descriptions shown above. A Man and his young son
about 11 yrs old parked their car at the spectator area by mile
Zero and then walked over 3 miles in the open sun
for nearly more than an hour up to the Vendor and Pit Area
late in the afternoon dressed in dark clothing and with no water
and when they got there they were disoriented, totally
dehydrated and ready to drop. They
could have just taken their car and drove
there in minutes. Vendors gave them several bottles of water and
sat them at the Food Service eating tables to recuperate. They
didn't think they were thirsty, and then the water was all drank
and gone in less than a minute..
#3) Handicapped Access
and Special Needs. IF you are arriving with a special
handicapped vehicle you can make advanced arrangements months
ahead of time with The SCTA-BNI
or STOP at the main gate and meet with the Officials there who
will then address the situation and direct you to the proper
area for what you are doing.
If something happens and there's a vehicle or personal emergency
need, then get people and participants there around you to
locate one of the Officials with 2 way radios who are moving
over the areas all day to come to your specific location with
assistance and help.
If you take special pills and medication make
sure you have them all with you and keep extras
put away in your vehicle. Remember that it's a half
hour drive to get back to town and the store if anything is
needed. Have water At ALL TIMES and WHITE colored towels
to cover with and wet with in the event that you start to feel
too hot. It only takes a couple of seconds to cool off when you
wet down in that nice and dry environment.
Make it your business to be smart and take the
proper things with you coming to the salt in the Exact
same way you take essentials for what's important for your
safety and well being when you are going out into the forest to
visit camp and stay, go climbing on mountainsides, or anyother place that has specific needs for the
conditions and environment of that particular location.
#4) Care and Extra
Batteries for Cameras and Phone. Make sure everything is fully charged
from the night before. DO NOT leave your batteries, cameras, phones and
accessories on dashboards and seats in closed up cars sitting
in the hot sun.The car will become a solar oven
with internal surface temperatures over 160-190 degrees F.
Keep an inch of opening in all car windows when parking so heat
can escape and fresh air can circulate in. Keep things stowed in
an electronics bag that's kept tucked away under the
seats and out of the sunlight if you are locking up
a car. If your bag is dark colored, then wrap it up inside
of a white towel. This preventative measure will prolong
their life, keep them from getting fried, failing or worse yet,
having the device and batteries fail and blow out or explode and
AND THEN AFTER A WEEK AND A HALF OF HOT ROD HEAVEN..
SADLY - -
- IT ALL ENDS !! :(
Back From Bonneville Salt Flats Speed Week to Salt Lake City.
You See the Superlative Salt Flats Sunset in the mirror..
Now Realizing that Summer in this Beautiful Dry SALT Desert is