Some of the top racers at Las Vegas Motor Speedway's Bullring and LVMS general manager Chris Powell will be taking a plunge for charity on Monday.

For the second consecutive year, a dunk tank will be set up at the annual Night of Fire. Powell and several drivers will take turns in the tank with all proceeds benefiting the Las Vegas Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities.

Dunk-A-Driver is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. and will be located on the midway behind the grandstands.  Super Late Model points leader Justin Johnson, rookie of the year candidate Alex Haase and veteran Scott Gafforini are among some of the notable drivers joining Powell in the dunk tank. Late Model points leader Chris Bray, Super Late Model drivers Dustin Ash, Travis Swalwell, Tony Clark, Tom Lovelady, Greg Haase, Jacob Bishop and Taylor Barton also are scheduled to take part in the dunking. 

Following the dunking, the NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series will run four feature races. The night will include Super Late Models (75 laps), IMCA Modifieds (30 laps), Legends Cars (25 laps) and Thunder Roadsters. The racing action will be followed by a jet car burn and one of the valley's best fireworks shows.

Spectator gates open at 5 p.m. Qualifying is set for 5:30 p.m. with opening ceremonies at 7:15 p.m. 

Adult general admission is $15.  Local fans are admitted at $12 with a valid Nevada license for adults.  Admission for senior citizens, military personnel with ID and college students with ID is $10.  Children 6-12 are $8 and kids five and under are free.  A Family Four Pack may be purchased for $40.
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