Four drivers who compete in the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway spent four hours at the Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center of Nevada¿s pediatric clinic for children with bleeding disorders. Mash It Racing teammates and 7-Eleven Bullring Bomber drivers J.J. Nunn, Wade Pearson and Anthony Finley joined Thunder Roadster driver Randy Bowman at the clinic to provide a unique experience for the estimated 25 participants. The children sat in the cars, belted up, started the engine, took pictures and received autographs. ¿There is no other place I¿d rather be,¿ said Nunn. ¿It makes my day to see these kids smile.¿ ¿It is always better to give than receive,¿ said Bowman. ¿I enjoy taking the kids minds off of the clinic aspect and show them the car. It¿s all heart. Even if it was for one person, it was worth it.¿ ¿I love to do things for kids,¿ said Pearson. ¿I love to put smiles on their faces.¿ ¿It feels good to help the kids,¿ said Finley. ¿I like to help out the community; they have helped us out.¿ There will be another pediatric clinic July 15 in which additional Bullring drivers will take part in. Mash It Racing will compete Saturday in the 2nd annual 7-Eleven Bullring Bombers Slurpee Challenge at the Bullring. Spectator gates open at 6 p.m. Qualifying is set for 6 with racing at 7:15. General admission is $11 for adults, $9 for senior citizens/ military personnel and $4 for children 6-12. Children five and under are free. A Family Four Pack can be purchased for $24. Admission to the Stockyard is $36 per vehicle (up to four people.