Six former winners of the Smith's Las Vegas 350 and the 1995 and 1996 Indianapolis 500 winners are among the entries for the Sept. 22 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Jacques Villeneuve, who won at Indy in 1995 and later captured the Formula I World Championship, and 1996 Indy winner Buddy Lazier are set to make their NASCAR debuts on Sept. 22. Villeneuve will drive in a truck prepared by long-time NASCAR team owner Bill Davis, while Lazier will pilot Billy Ballew's No. 15.

But the two former open-wheel drivers will have plenty of competition. Defending race champion Mike Skinner, 2005 winner Todd Bodine, 2003 winner and Las Vegan Brendan Gaughan, 2002 winner David Starr, 2001 champ Ted Musgrave and two-time (1996 and 1998) winner Jack Sprague all are entered in the event.

Other notable entries include former NASCAR Busch Series champion Johnny Benson and current ESPN analyst Stacy Compton.

This year's event will be a one-day event with qualifying set for 3 p.m. and the green flag scheduled for 6:15 p.m. SPEED will televise the event live.

For tickets, as well as pit and Neon Garage passes, please visit www.lvms.com or call (800) 644-4444.