Waltrip to host at least 13 of NASCAR’s greatest drivers WALL TOWNSHIP — Two-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip will host at least 13 of NASCAR’s all-time greatest drivers when they visit Wall Township Speedway on June 12. The event, “Michael Waltrip presents Racing’s Greatest Night of Champions,” will give fans the opportunity to settle an age-old argument. For years, NASCAR fans have debated about the talents of the sports legendary drivers compared to those of racing’s current-day stars. Fans will have the opportunity to settle that argument once and for all when at least 14 NASCAR stars, both retired and current, visit Wall Township Speedway. The event will feature legendary and current-day NASCAR stars in interviews, autograph sessions and racing action on the third-mile high-banked paved oval. Representing the current-day stars will be Kevin Harvick, Sterling Marlin, Bill Elliott, Kenny Schrader, Jimmy Spencer and Kerry Earnhardt. The list of NASCAR legends that will participate is just as impressive with Cale Yarborough, David Pearson, Buddy Baker, Harry Gant, Ernie Irvan, Dave Marcis and Dick Trickle already announcing their involvement. In addition to the on-track action for the legends and current-day NASCAR stars, Spencer said he will return to his racing roots during the evening, and drive a Modified stock car during the regularly scheduled racing program. Schrader, who is famous for his love of racing whatever is available, plans to compete in a Truck Series racer during the evening. Tickets are now available for “Michael Waltrip presents Racing’s Greatest Night of Champions” by calling the speedway office at (732) 681-6400. Tickets are available at $50 for adults and $25 for children. VIP tickets, which will include a meet-and-greet session with the racing stars, are offered at $300 per ticket or two VIP tickets for $500. In addition to “Michael Waltrip presents Racing’s Greatest Night of Champions,” Wall Township Speedway presents NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series auto racing action every Saturday at 6 p.m.