36th Running of the All American 400 Race Weekend set for October 30 through November 1
Nashville, TN (Thursday, September 24, 2020) – Officials from Champion Racing Association in partnership with Southern Super Series, CARS Tour, ARCA Midwest Tour and Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway have released the Super Late Model and Pro Late Model entry forms for the famed All American 400. The 36th Running of the All American 400 Race Weekend will take place over the course of three days, Friday, October 30th, Saturday, October 31st, and Sunday, November 1st.
The 2020 format for the weekend begins with an Open Practice for Super Late Models and Pro Late Models on Friday from 12:00pm until 4:00pm Central Time. A full Championship racing program will follow that evening on the quarter-mile within Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (NFS).
Saturday is set to feature additional practice sessions for late models along with Pro Late Model Qualifying and All American Pole Qualifying. A pair of Late Model All American Showdown feature races will be run later in the evening, giving drivers one last chance to make Sunday’s prestigious races.
The All American 400 begins at 1:00pm Central Time on Sunday, November 1st. A 100 lap JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Pro Late Model race starts the program, followed by a 300 lap Super Late Model race sanctioned by the ARCA/CRA Super Series, Southern Super Series, CARS Tour and ARCA Midwest Tour.
The $5,000 to win – $500 to start, 100 lap, Pro Late Model feature event is a non-points race for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, but is the Championship race for the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Pro Late Models.
The Super Late Model portion of the All American 400 pays $15,000 to win, $1,200 to start and boasts over $6,000 in cash and contingency bonus awards. The race is also the Championship race for both the Southern Super Series and CARS Tour.
All American 400 Super Late Model – Entry Form
JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Pro Late Model – Entry Form
Defending All American 400 Champion, Mason Mingus, now drives for legendary racer, Mike Alexander, and looks to defend his title in 2020. Past winners of the event include, Super Late Model standouts Bubba Pollard (2016) and Donnie Wilson (2017), and current NASCAR drivers, Daniel Hemric (2015), John Hunter Nemechek (2014) and Chase Elliott (2013).
For more event details, including ticket information, racing divisions and more, visit www.nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing. Be sure to follow Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on Facebook and Twitter @RaceFairgrounds. While on the socials, use #AllAmerican400 and #RaceNashville.
To learn more about Champion Racing Association, go to www.cra-racing.com and look for CRA: Champion Racing Association on Facebook and Twitter.
By: Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway
Photo: Rich Corbett