By Track Enterprises 


(Nashville, TN) Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, for the first time, will offer the option for teams and fans to pre-purchase their pit pass through the Pit Pay app for the All American 400 weekend. This gives everyone the chance to skip the hassle of signing in at the racetrack upon arrival.


Simply download the app and sign up, once you have completed that find Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway and click on the All American 400 tab to purchase your pit passes. Then on race day go to the Pit Pay window, located where pit passes are sold, have the attendant scan your phone and receive your pit pass.


Pit prices for each day of the US Tank All American 400 are as followed Friday, October 29th passes will be $40, Saturday, October 30th passes will be $40, Sunday, October 31st passes will be $45, or you can buy the three-day pit pass for $90. All these pricing breakdowns can be found on the Pit Pay app.


Pit Gates will open Friday, October 29th and Saturday, October 30th at 9a.m. Pit gates will open Sunday, October 31st at 8a.m. We encourage all our teams and fans to cut down the line for race day and make getting into the pits and setup a breeze.


Friday, October 29th will see the fourth mile championship with local division practice and qualifying at 4:30pm with racing to follow at 6:30pm. Six local divisions will be on display including Bandoleros, Street Stocks, Front Runners, Pure Stock, Legends, and Limited Late Models.


Saturday, October 30th will have practice beginning at 12pm for all divisions and All American 400 qualifying at 5:30pm, racing to follow. Four divisions will be running around the tight half-mile with the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stocks, Pro Late Model Showdown, Super Late Model Showdown, and Vore’s Compact Touring Series.


Sunday, October 31st will showcase the fantastic racing weekend with grandstands opening at 10am and pre-race ceremonies beginning at 12pm with racing to start at 1pm. Two of the top divisions will face off as the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour All American 100 will go off first followed by the U.S. Tank All American Super Late Model 300 in Memory of Jillian Brown concluding the weekend.



By – Track Enterprises