Bass Tire Family Night Next at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway August 13th
Nashville, TN (Friday, July 29, 2022) – Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (NFS) Officials have announced a change in race dates for the Big Machine Vodka Spiked Coolers Super Trucks and Outlaw Late Models. The Outlaw Late Models, originally scheduled to race in Nashville on August 13th, have been rescheduled for September 17th, part of the Nashville Fair. The Super Trucks, originally scheduled to race on September 17th, have been rescheduled for Saturday, August 13th, part of Bass Tire Family Night.
The exchange in race dates for Outlaw Late Models and Super Trucks is a result of a scheduling and tire conflict. By swapping dates, neither division loses an opportunity to race at NFS in 2022.
Race fans will now be treated to the Bass Tire 100 Pro Late Model race and the Big Machine Vodka Spiked Coolers Super Truck feature events on the five-eighths mile, Saturday night, August 13th. There have been five different winners in five Pro Late Model races so far this season and two different winners in two Super Truck races.
2020 Super Truck Track Champion won the opening race on Easter weekend and Jeremy Burns, son of two-time Track Champion, John Burns, claimed victory on June 4th. Both Burns, Arms, Limited Late Model feature winner from July Dwayne Hudson, 2021 Legends Car Rookie of the Year Michael Crafton, Super Truck veteran and multi-time feature winner Frank Bauer, along with the likes of Brittany Climer, Joseph Meyer, and Nicholas Formosa are all scheduled to be in competition on Bass Tire Family Night.
A full lineup of quarter mile racing action is deck as well.
Bass Tire Family Night
August 13, 2022
– Pro Late Models
– Super Trucks
– Limited Late Models
– Street Stocks
– Pure Stocks
– Front Runners
– Legend Cars
Bass Tire Family Night is filled with fun, excitement, and lots of prize give-a-ways. All kids twelve years of age and younger receive FREE grandstand admission! Advanced adult tickets are only $12, and senior citizens and active or retired military personnel tickets are just $10. Tickets can be purchased online at nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing or by calling the Speedway Box Office at 615-254-1986. Grandstands Open at 3:00pm and Racing begins at 5:00pm.
Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway is located in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee at 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203, and is in the central time zone.
Photo Credit – Rich Corbett