Champions will be crowned in each of the seven racing divisions and FOX Charlotte¿s wild-and-wacky weatherman Mark Mathis will attempt to end WRFX radio personality Mr. Bill¿s School Bus Racing supremacy when the 10-week Hardee¿s Summer Shootout concludes Tuesday night at Lowe¿s Motor Speedway.

NAPA Championship Night includes a 10-lap School Bus slobberknocker featuring local media personalities and motorsports celebrities. The rivalry between Mr. Bill and Mathis has festered all season and will end with a winner-take-all finale. The highest finisher of the two will be crowned the 2004 Media World Champion of School Bus Racing.

Only 29 points separate the top four drivers in the chase for the Tom Johnson Camping Center Legends Car Pro division championship. Josh Waring is just four points in front of Thomas Van Wingerden with David Ragan and Michael Van Wingerden close behind.

Another classic championship battle will be decided in the Holiday Inn University Legends Car Masters division where Clay Hair leads John Sossoman by eight points. Hair and Sossoman are the only drivers to have visited victory lane in the division for drivers ages 40 and over. Sossoman has five victories while Hair has won four times.

Tyler Green, son of NASCAR Busch Series driver Mark Green, needs a good showing in the Cabarrus Family Medicine Bandolero Young Guns division to secure his first title. The 15-year-old Green has a 28-point advantage over Jake Crum heading into the finale.

Admission is just $5 for adults. Children 6-12 are admitted for $3 and kids under 6 are free. Parking is free. Spectator gates open at 5 p.m. with preliminary action starting at 5:25. Feature racing begins at 7:30 p.m. and will conclude by 10:15.

Contact the speedway ticket office at 1-800-455-FANS for information.