Matt Jaskol's dream of competing in NASCAR's major divisions will take another step forward this Saturday. The Las Vegas native has joined forces with legendary car owner Dick Cobb to compete for the remainder of the season in the Super Late Model division at the Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. His first race will be this Saturday. Jaskol, who won the ASA Speed Truck championship last year, has an impressive resume. He won the Red Bull Driver Search three years ago, competed in the Formula BMW series where he posted several wins including a victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and was a finalist for Roush Racing's Driver X contest. "I'm really excited to get back into a race car," said Jaskol. "I haven't raced anything since November. As a driver it's really frustrating when you've been out of a car for so long so it's exciting especially to come back with a well known team owner." Jaskol affiliation with Cobb will team him with one of the Bullring's most legendary figures. Cobb is a former track and NASCAR regional champion as a driver and has tutored such noted drivers as Kyle Busch, Brendan Gaughan and Spencer Clark. As a car owner, he has provided cars for Busch, Clark, Gaughan and Thane Alderman. In 2001, Busch won 10 of his 15 starts driving a Cobb-prepared car. Cobb currently owns the No. 4 Super Late Model car of Bullring racer Dustin Ash. Jaskol says that though his career has focused on open-wheel racing in the past, he still knows about Cobb and the success he's seen. "I'm honored that he gave me the chance to drive for him," said Jaskol. "He's a legend around here. He's also forgotten more than I'll ever learn about this sport." Jaskol says that racing with teammate and good friend Ash will be a great learning experience for him and really help to refresh him on Bullring racing. "I've known Dustin since he was a little kid," said Jaskol. "He's just a really good kid and I'm looking forward to having a good team around that I can work with and learn from." Spectator gates open at 5 p.m. Qualifying is set for 6 p.m. with racing at 7:30 p.m. The autograph session is scheduled for 7 p.m. General admission is $10 with a valid Nevada ID for adults, $8 for senior citizens, military personnel with ID and $5 for children 6-12. Children five and under are free. A Family Four Pack can be purchased for $26. Fans can purchase tickets by calling the speedway ticket office at 644-4444 or by logging on to