Fans of the NASCAR Super Late Models class will be treated to a pair of feature races at The Bullring on Saturday night.

Twin 35-lap races in the popular division will cap a full night of racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway's 3/8-mile paved oval, and there will be plenty of other action to go around on Mobil 1 Racing Oil Night. The NASCAR Super Late Models are just one of six classes of cars that will turn left under the lights, with the NASCAR Super Stock, Bombers and Grand American Modifieds, as well as USLCI Legends and Bandoleros completing the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series lineup.

Defending and five-time class champion Scott Gafforini and 14-year-old star Chris Trickle will be among the favorites to watch in the NASCAR Super Late Model features, and there are a number of opening-night winners who will be back to race on Saturday. Jason Irwin (NASCAR Grand American Modifieds), Court Connell (NASCAR Bombers), Phil Goodwin (NASCAR Super Stock), Peyton Saxton (USLCI Legends) and R.J. Smotherman (USLCI Bandoleros) will all be back looking to make it two wins in a row in their respective classes after victories on opening night.

Irwin and Saxton are defending division champions, and fans also can see 2014 class winners Martin Sullins (NASCAR Bombers), Jason Kiser (NASCAR Super Stocks), Michael Todd Glazier (Legend Cars - Masters), Devin Lane (Legend Cars - Semi-Pro), Jordan Dean (Legend Cars - Young Lions), Caden Carlin (USLCI Bandolero Outlaws) and Dezel West (USLCI Bandolero Bandits) in action.

This week's race will feature an hour-long, on-track autograph signing session for fans, where they will be able to collect autographs and photos while meeting their favorite drivers.

One of the most affordable entertainment options in Las Vegas, the Bullring's annual series will feature family friendly concession prices that include $2 hot dogs and Coca-Cola products and $3 Budweiser beer. Spectators can also save money by purchasing admission tickets in advance by visiting or calling the LVMS ticket office at 702.644.4444 or online at

Gates open for spectators at 5 p.m. Saturday, opening ceremonies are set for 6:55 and racing begins at 7.

Mobil 1 Racing Oil Night
Saturday, April 4

5 p.m. - Spectator gates open
5 p.m. - NASCAR Grand American Modified single-car qualifying; Legends qualifying; NASCAR Super Late Model single-car qualifying
5:45 p.m. - On-track autograph session
6:55 p.m. - Opening ceremonies
7 p.m. - National anthem
Bomber heat race #1 - 8 laps
Bomber heat race #2 - 8 laps
Bomber heat race #3 - 8 laps
Super Stock heat race #1 - 8 laps
Super Stock heat race #2 - 8 laps
Super Late Model feature #1 - 35 laps
Bandolero Bandits feature - 12 laps
Bandolero Outlaws feature - 12 laps
Grand American Modifieds feature - 35 laps
Bomber feature - 25 laps
Legends feature - 25 laps
Super Stock feature - 25 laps
Super Late Model feature #2 - 35 laps