NASCAR drivers Tony Stewart, Kasey Kahne and Dave Blaney will race against some of the nation's top 360 sprint-car drivers on Tuesday at Williams Grove Speedway.

The event will close the Ollie's 360 Challenge, a three-race series that began at Sharon Speedway in Sharon, Ohio in June and continued last month at Eldora Speedway, also in Ohio.

The series features a total three-event purse of more than $80,000, with $6,000 going to each A-main winner. Additionally, a bonus of $50,000 is offered to any driver who can win two of three A-main features. All proceeds from the Williams Grove race will be donated to the Kasey Kahne Foundation, which benefits chronically ill children as well as disadvantaged youth.

Kahne founded the foundation in 2005 and has partnered with Ollie's in the past, participating in last year's Ollie's Shootout, also at the Grove, which raised more than $75,000 for the charity.

Louisiana's Jason Johnson captured the second event of the Ollie's 360 Challenge at Eldora Speedway on July 11. If Johnson were to win at Williams Grove, his purse of $56,000 would be among the largest wing-sprint-car purses in the United States.

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