Fans of the Super Late Model division will have twice as much to cheer about this Saturday at the Bullring. Twin 30-lap main events will make Saturday night a pivotal one for the Bullring¿s most popular division. Chuck Trickle holds a narrow two-point lead (185-183) over Scott Gafforini. Mike Cofer is third with 177 points. Saturday also marks the return of the Mechanix Wear Speed Trucks. This is the first of four scheduled events at LVMS for the west coast-based trucks series. It also marks the series first visit to the Bullring since the off-season death of 2002 champion Randy Brown. In honor of Brown, who posted five wins at the Bullring in his No. 99 truck, Saturday night¿s race will be 99 laps. Brown died in December from injuries suffered in a snowboarding accident. Stewart Motorsports IMCA Modifieds, Bandolero Cars, Legends Cars, and Thunder Roadsters presented by Tri-State Petroleum and VP Racing Fuels will also bring racing action to the Bullring on Saturday. Other drivers leading the point standings in their respective divisions are Ken Kulikowski (IMCA Modifieds), Glen Burke (Late Models), Tom Youmans (Chargers), Rick Rogas (Master Legends), Michael Fredericks (Pro Legends), Taylor Barton (Semi-Pro Legends), Dave Green (Thunder Roadsters), and Kyle Huender (Bandoleros). Junior race fans can register for the Bullring Pit Crew Kids Club at any weekly series this season. The program is free to children ages 5-12. Spectator gates open at 6:00pm. General admission is $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens/military personnel and $3 for children ages 6-12. Children five and under are free. Pit gates open at 3:30pm. Admission for NASCAR members is $20 and $25 for non- members.