LAS VEGAS ¿ Fire, police, medical and military personnel will be honored at Dodge Night at The Orleans NASCAR Weekly Racing Series presented by Dodge at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Saturday night.

All fire, police, medical and military personnel with proper identification will be admitted free to the Salute to American Heroes night at the Bullring.

The first 350 fans through the main gate and 50 through the Stockyard gate, will receive a small American flag. In addition, fans are encouraged to wear red, white and blue to honor our American heroes.

Saturday marks the end of The Orleans NASCAR Weekly Racing Series presented by Dodge season. Track championships are on the line for NASCAR Late Models, NASCAR Outlaws Stocks, Legends Cars, Bandolero Cars and Thunder Roadsters.

Thane Alderman leads Scott Gafforini in the NASCAR Late Model division by 38 points, while a mere-three points separates NASCAR Outlaw Stocks drivers Glenn Burke and Mark Schottmuller.

The Bullring Bombers will compete in the first ever boat race at the Bullring. Bomber drivers will have a boat and trailer hooked to their cars for the 30-lap event.

The racing card includes NASCAR Late Models (40 laps), NASCAR Outlaw Stocks (25 laps), NASCAR Chargers (25 laps), Legends Cars (25 laps), Bandolero Cars (8 laps), Thunder Roadsters (10 laps) and Bullring Bombers boat race (30 laps).

Spectator gates open at 5:30 p.m. Racing begins at 6:30 p.m. General admission is $12 for adults, $10 for senior citizens/ military personnel and $3 for children 6-12. Children five and under are free. A Family Four Pack can be purchased for $25. Admission to the Stockyard is $35 per vehicle (up to four people).

Pit gates open at 3 p.m. Admission to the pits is $20 for NASCAR members and $25 for non-members.