Special from Speed51 – The All American 400 will live up to its name in 2021, with drivers from across North America partaking in this year’s running of the crown jewel event.


Currently, 26 Super Late Models are entered for the 300-lap Super Late Model feature tai-sanctioned by the ARCA Midwest Tour, Champion Racing Association and Southern Super Series.  Meanwhile, another 30 cars are entered for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour-sanctioned Pro Late Model 100, where many of the track’s local stars will go toe-to-toe with CRA touring stars as well as drivers from across the country.


There is plenty of star power on the Super Late Model entry list.  Southern Super Series champions Stephen Nasse and Jake Garcia, CARS Tour champions Matt Craig and Carson Kvapil, PASS National Champion Derek Griffith and ARCA/CRA Super Series champion Cody Coughlin are among the Super Late Model entrants.


There are also several marquee race-winners entered for the All American 400.  Redbud 400 winner Kyle Crump and Winchester 400 winner and ARCA Menards Series East champion Sammy Smith will be looking to add another major win to their 2021 seasons.


Other notables include NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoff contender Chandler Smith, 2020 ARCA Menards Series West champion Jesse Love, fellow Californian Buddy Shepherd and local standouts such as Michael House, Jackson Boone, Willie Allen and Dylan Fetcho.


Justin Marks is not listed on the current entry lists, but has confirmed his intention to race in the All American 400 in a car prepared by B.J. McLeod Motorsports with Travis Braden.

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House, Boone and Fetcho will all be doing double-duty on Sunday, October 31, competing with both the Pro and Super Late Models.   Those three drivers, along with the likes of Hunter Wright and Cole Williams, will be leading a strong corps of locals and former Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway track champions looking to defend home turf during the 100-lap Pro Late Model portion of the event.


Coughlin will also be partaking in both races, fresh off being crowned the 2021 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour champion.  Others traveling from CRA’s Midwestern roots include Charlie Keeven and Dylan Bates of Missouri.


Just like with Love and Shepherd in the Super Late Model portion, California currently has a pair of representatives in the Pro Late Model field.  Dirt prodigy Michael “Buddy” Kofoid will make another of his selected pavement Late Model appearances of the year, while Jake Bollman will be part of the Rackley WAR lineup for the weekend.


Full entry lists for both divisions can be seen below.


Race fans can watch Wallace in action by securing tickets now for All American 400 weekend at https://nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing.  Fans unable to attend the event in-person will be able to watch live on Speed51.TV.


-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51 Director of Digital Content – Twitter: @ztevans

-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo


All American 400 Super Late Model Entry List


1 – Cody Coughlin

1H – Michael House

5 – Dalton Armstrong

7 – Jackson Boone

12 – Derek Griffith

12D – Justin Drawdy

14 – Austin Nason

15 – Gabe Sommers

18 – Hunter Robbins

21 – Jesse Love

22 – Sammy Smith

22S – Buddy Shepherd

26AA – Willie Allen

26 – Chandler Smith

27 – Joe Ross

33 – Albert Francis

35 – Jake Garcia

35K – Carson Kvapil

43 – Devin O’Connell

50 – Kyle Crump

51 – Stephen Nasse

51F – Jake Finch

53 – Cole Butcher

54 – Matt Craig

57 – Blake Rowe

81 – Dylan Fetcho


All American 400 Pro Late Model Entry List

1 – Cody Coughlin

1H – Michael House

7 – Jackson Boone

8 – Mark Day

9 – Michael Bolden

09 – Daniel Bolden

12 – Bryson Shaffer

13 – Nick Egan

14 – David Coble

15 – Jordan Riddick

15C – Trey Craig

17 – Kevin Folan

20 – Chase Johnson

24 – Buddy Kofoid

25 – Jake Bollman

26 – Cole Williams

27 – Garrett Dies

29 – Hunter Wright

37 – Austin Finley

41 – Dylan Jones

48 – Mike Murray

55 – Charlie Keeven

62 – William Hale

63 – Tracy Green

86 – Troy Hall

89 – Dylan Fetcho

91 – Dylan Bates

91W – Jim Wall

95 – Bennie Hamlett

103 – Tandy Marlin