NASCAR Nextel Cup Series star and Las Vegas native Kyle Busch will return home to compete in the annual Fall Classic Presented By Bank of America this weekend.  The driver of Hendrick Motorsports' No. 5 Kellogg's Chevrolet tested Tuesday evening at LVMS' 3/8-mile asphalt oval in his No. 51 Electric-sponsored Super Late Model in preparation for Saturday's 2007 Bullring grand finale.

"It's fun - I enjoy it," said Busch, who made his Super Late Model debut at the Bullring in 2002. "I love short-track racing and hanging out with the local boys. We're trying to get fans in the stands, to support the local racing."

Busch's last visit to the Bullring was one he'd rather forget: he finished 19th on July 3 after his car suffered mechanical failure.

"It (the July 3 holiday feature) didn't start off very good," Busch, who now makes his home in Mooresville, N.C., explained.  "When it (the car) started coming in, we were running some pretty good lap times.  Then the motor blew up.  This time, we're here with a different motor, different motor builder and hopefully this time everything will stay together.  I think our chances will be pretty good.  We've raced this car in Wisconsin and Indiana so far and it'll race down in Florida in December.

"We have to get back to basics here - we're a little bit behind from when were here last time.  When we get our speeds back, we'll be good."

Fall Classic spectator activity begins on Friday with qualifying and heat races, as well as the Bomber and IMCA Modified features. For more information, please call (702) 644-4444 or visit