The 2004 NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is almost over and by the end of Saturday night all nine championships will be decided. At the conclusion of racing activity, fans will have the opportunity to drive their personal automobiles around the 3/8-mile paved oval. Fans participating in the ¿drive around the Bullring¿ will have to meet at the track entrance at Turn Two, sign a waiver and follow the Pace Car. Thunder Roadster David Green is the only driver who has clinched a 2004 title. In all three divisions of Legends Cars, the drivers only need to start their respective races to win. Pro driver Taylor Barton, Masters driver Dennis Lovelady and Semi-Pro driver Dustin Ash will lock up titles once the green flag flies on Saturday night. Super Late Model driver Mike Ray will start the night with the points lead, and will win the title if he finishes eighth or better. Thane Alderman can clinch the title if he qualifies first, wins the 50-lap feature event, and if Ray finishes ninth or worse. Mike Cofer also has a chance to win the title if he qualifies first, wins the race, Ray finishes 18th or worse and Alderman crosses the finish line seventh or worse. For Doug Hamm to win the Late Model title, he will need to place 11th or better in the feature event. A second place finish in both the heat race and the feature event will clinch the Charger title for Fred Kiser, Jr. Mike Heck is seven points behind Wade Pearson in the 7-Eleven Bullring Bombers title chase. Heck can clinch the title by winning the feature event and if Pearson finishes out of the top four. In the Bandolero race, Jeremiah Wagner will win the points title if Sarah Chelberg fails to win both feature races of the night. Should Chelberg win both races, Wagner would have to finish at least sixth in each race to hold on to his title. The ASA Speed Truck Challenge presented by will make its third appearance of the year for a 75-lap feature event. Lee Hatch of Covina, Calif., will try to complete the trifecta after winning the first two races at the Bullring. The Speed Trucks will compete in a B-Feature, Dash and feature event. Spectator gates open at 6 p.m. Qualifying is set for 6:15 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). Pit gates open at 3:30 p.m. Admission is $20 for NASCAR members and $25 for non-members.