Special from Speed51.com – Entries continue to pour in for the All American 400 this weekend, October 30-November 1.  The 36th Running of the crown jewel is looking to feature the most stacked field of Super Late Model competitors the race has seen in quite a few years. With the latest entries, more than 70 Late Models are expected to compete between Super Late Models and Pro Late Models



Leading off the latest batch of entries is Bubba Pollard.  The 2016 All American 400 winner will look to add another guitar to his collection Sunday afternoon.


Boris Jurkovic is another former All American 400 champion entered for the event.  He joins Pollard and Donnie Wilson as the only former winners currently entered.


Former CRA SpeedFest winners Connor Okrzesik and Corey Heim join the field for the weekend.  Both drivers have scored big wins as of recent weeks, with Okrzesik winning Sunday’s Allen Turner Pro Late Model finale and Heim taking his first career ARCA Menards Series victory at Kansas Speedway.


Brittney Zamora will make the trip from Washington for her first All American 400 start with Willie Allen Racing.  The two-time Northwest Super Late Model Series champion competed in a weekly Pro Late Model event at Nashville just over a week ago, finishing seventh.


Carson Kvapil will look to make his first start in a crown jewel event this weekend.  The North Carolina driver was recently crowned the inaugural Carolina Pro Late Model Series champion after winning six of the eight races.  However, he will be piloting a Super Late Model in Nashville.


Hudson Halder and Johnny Brazier also join the list of entries for the All American 400.  Halder is quickly rising as one of the top young competitors in the Southeast, while Brazier is a former Pro Late Model champion at Nashville.


The Pro Late Model entry list now sits at 39 drivers from all around the country.  The newest batch of entries are led by 2018 track champion Michael House, the most recent local winner at Nashville.


A full list of entries can be found below.


Speed51.TV will be live from Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway for all three days of All American 400 weekend, including the Super Late Model main event on Sunday, November 1.  Order your video ticket for the All American 400 today.



-Story by: Koty Geyer, Speed51 National Correspondent – Twitter: @kgeyer3

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