The Nashville Fairgrounds track champion will be crowned after 100 laps to kick off the All American 400.


Special from Racing America – Before the Super Late Models hit the high banks of Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on October 30, a Pro Late Model showcase featuring the local Nashville stars and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will hit the track for 100 laps.

Currently, 35 cars are entered for the Pro Late Model 100 as part of the US Tank & Cryogenic Equipment All American 400 In Memory of Jillian and Jonathan Brown.

As always, the Pro Late Model feature during All American weekend draws competition from around the country. Alabama (Johnny Brazier, Jim Wall), California (Buddy Kofoid, Jake Bollman), Florida (Stephen Nasse), Indiana (JP Crabtree, Cole Williams), Ohio (Ryan Fleming, Mike Mazzagatti), Massachusetts (Gio Ruggiero), Michigan (Katie Hettinger), Missouri (Dylan Bates), North Carolina (Brent Crews) and Wisconsin (Casey Johnson) are all represented on the entry list.

Of course, anyone who hopes to leave Nashville with the guitar will have to go through a strong contingent of local competitors to do it. Furthermore, the race serves as the championship finale for Nashville’s Pro Late Model division, which has its own title fight on the line.

Hunter Wright leads Dylan Fetcho by just three points entering Sunday’s feature. Fetcho narrowly edged out Jackson Boone for the win the last time the Pro Late Models saw the track at Nashville.

Fetcho is seeking his second championship in three years at Nashville, having won the title in 2020. Meanwhile, Hunter Wright is looking for his first track championship at Nashville.

As is often the case with marquee Late Model events, there are several drivers who will be attempting all 400 laps of racing Sunday between the Pro Late Model and Super Late Model. Casey Johnson, Jackson Boone, Stephen Nasse and Dylan Fetcho are doing the double this weekend in Nashville.

READ MORE: More Than 40 Teams Entered for All American 400

A full entry list for the race can be viewed below.

Tickets are still available for the exciting weekend of racing in Nashville, and we encourage anyone who can make the trip to witness this incredible racing event in-person. However, fans unable to make the trip to Tennessee will be able to watch live on Racing America.


Entry List – Pro Late Model 100
All American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway

1 – Ryan Fleming
01 – Austin Wilson
2 – Mike Pruitt
5 – Casey Johnson
7 – Jackson Boone
7M – Jackson McLerran
8 – Mark Day
9 – Michael Bolden
09 – Daniel Bolden
11 – Stacey Crain
12 – Bryson Shaffer
14 – Corey Deuser
14C – Davey Coble
18 – J.P. Crabtree
20 – Chase Johnson
24 – Buddy Kofoid
24C – Brent Crews
25 – Jake Bollman
26 – Cole Williams
27 – Garrett Dies
29 – Hunter Wright
51 – Stephen Nasse
62 – William Hale
71 – Katie Hettinger
71B – Johnny Brazier
81 – Gio Ruggiero
86 – Troy Hall
87 – Mike Mazzagatti
88 – Boston Oliver
89 – Dylan Fetcho
91 – Dylan Bates
91W – Jim Wall
95 – Bennie Hamlett
116 – Zach Johnson