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The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Source — LVMS Media Relations
Date Posted — August 14, 2001
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Back-to-School Night and the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series will be highlighted at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night.

The first 300 kids through the spectator gate at the Bullring will receive a back-to-school “Kids Pack.” The pack includes a Dale Earnhardt two-pocket folder and various school supplies. Six lucky junior race fans will receive a three-ring Earnhardt binder via junior race fan tickets.

The NASCAR Weekly Racing Series continues at the Bullring. The Series includes NASCAR Late Models (50 laps), Grand American Modifieds (25 laps), Hitchin’ Post/Exiss Legends Cars (30 laps), Outlaw Stocks (25 laps), Bandolero Cars

(10 laps) and a Thunder Roadster exibition (8 laps).

NASCAR Late Model rookie and points leader, Jason Allen looks to maintain his lead over Ray Hooper Jr., Steve Anderson, Bill Newman and rookie Kyle Busch. Allen (523) has a 17-point lead over Hooper (506) and a 23-point lead over Anderson (523).

Doug Hamm has a mere four-point lead over 2000 track champion, Fabian Bray in the Grand American Modified division point standings. Bray, who was awarded with the win last week after Patrick Vogel was disqualified, looks to apply pressure to Hamm.

The Outlaw Stocks return to the 3/8-paved oval after a week break in racing action. Points leader Pat Petrie, looks to visit victory lane for the second time this season and hold off Richard Kerr and Glen Burke.

Military personnel will get into the Bullring for a discounted price of $5.

Pit gates open at 2:30 p.m. Spectator gates open at 5. Racing begins at 6:30. General admission is $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens and $3 for children 6-12. Children five and under are free. Admission to the Stockyard is $30 per car (maximum four people, each additional person is $8). The Family Four Pack is $20 for two adults and two children.####

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Article posted by staff on August 14, 2001.