2022 All American 400 on Sunday, October 30th at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway


Nashville, TN (September 8, 2022) – Race fans can get tickets now for one of the largest racing weekends in the country – the 38th Running of the All American 400 at America’s Favorite Short Track, on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, October 28 through 30. Three days of racing action features the quarter mile championships on Friday night, the VanHoy Oil CRA Street Stock Series & Vores Compact Touring Series on Saturday night, and Pro and Super Late Models on Sunday. Special weekend tickets are available for $45 in advance and All American 400 Sunday tickets are on sale now for just $25.


The Super Late Model portion of the All American 400 is tri-sanctioned by the ARCA/CRA Super Series, Southern Super Series, and ARCA Midwest Tour. The famed race has been conquered by some of the most recognizable stars of yesterday and today, with winners such as Darrell Waltrip, Rusty Wallace, Chase Elliott, John Hunter Nemechek, Daniel Hemric, Jeff Purvis, and Bob Senneker. In recent years the race has been won by current Super Late Model stars such as Bubba Pollard, Donnie Wilson, Casey Roderick, and Matt Craig. Skilled wheelmen from around the country compete in this prestigious race annually. Stephen Nasse, Bubba Pollard, Casey Roderick, Cody Coughlin, Jake Garcia, Michael House and more are all expected entries in the 38th Running of the All American 400.


Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway’s Pro Late Model track championship will be decided during the Pro Late Model portion of the All American 400, co-sanctioned by the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. The 100 lap feature event will settle the score between Dylan Fetcho, Hunter Wright, Cole Williams, and Chase Johnson. Wright scored the win in the Bass Tire 100 last month, beating Fetcho by just 0.041 seconds at the finish line.


Built in 1904, the historic Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway has become a destination race track for short-track fans, located in the middle of America’s destination city, Nashville, Tennessee. The first All American 400 to take place around the high banked five-eighths mile oval was in 1981, won by Butch Lindley. Race fans can secure their seats today for the 38th running of this crown jewel event.


Reserved tickets are available for Sunday’s race in the top 9 rows of sections C, E, F, G, and H. To purchase tickets visit nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing. A complete Schedule of Events, parking, camping, and other event information will be made available in the coming days.



Advance Ticket Pricing

Championship Friday, October 28th

Adults, $12 | Sr./Military, $10 | Kids 6-12, $5 | Kids under 5, FREE


Saturday, October 29th

Adults, $17 | Sr./Military, $15 | Kids 6-12, $5 | Kids under 5, FREE


All American 400 Sunday, October 30th

Adults, $25 | Sr./Military, $22 | Kids 6-12, $5 | Kids under 5, FREE