The Bonneville Salt Flats in northwest Utah is one of the most unique places on earth; with expansive vistas surrounded by mountains and crystalline salt that glistens in the often-present sunlight, it’s a place of sheer beauty. Formed from the remnants of Lake Bonneville that covered much of Utah until about 12,000 years ago, the hard salt-compacted surface is flat and stretches for distances that made it suitable for high-speed racing.
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