Bonneville Speedway is an area of the Bonneville Salt Flats northeast of Wendover, Utah, that is marked out for motor sports. It is particularly noted as the venue for numerous land speed records. The Bonneville Salt Flats Race Track is listed on …
Phoenix Diesel Truck running at Bonneville, August 2003
Salduro is a ghost town located on the south boundary of Bonneville Speedway, next to the Western Pacific Railroad. Salt Lake City newspapers ran an advertisement in 1914 for a special train to Salduro where the "fastest machines in the world will compete for the world's record on the famous salt beds, which afford the finest races in America. No dust." Salt Lake City mayor Samuel C. Park and Utah Governor William Spry attended. A rest area on Interstate 80 was built on the former settlement, and a plaque there commemorates the land speed records.
BLM interpretive sign at the Bonneville Salt Flats Rest Area on westbound Interstate 80, September 2015