Entry forms for the 33rd Annual All American 400 presented by Freeman-Webb are now available for Late Model teams. Earlier this week, track officials from the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville (TN) released entry forms for both the Super Late Models and Pro Late Models on the track’s website.
For the second straight year, the All American 400 will be contested as a traditional 400-lap Super Late Model race on October 1, 2017. The race will once again feature the controlled-cautions format to help control costs for racers wanting to compete in one of Super Late Model racing’s crown jewel events.
“We’re really excited about last year’s performance and how well received the changes went. Last year was the first year that we brought the 400 back to its true roots as a 400-lap race. We think with the tire compound we used and the help of all of our sponsors, I don’t think that the 400 could have gone any better,” said Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville Vice President Claire Formosa.
“I’m really excited about how this year’s event is going to go being its second year. Of course, an event only grows bigger as the years go on. We’re hoping that this year is bigger and better than last year. We’re looking to increase the purse and we’re working with David Ifft, the CARS Tour and Southern Super Series head tech official. We’re working with him on tech to ensure a fair and competitive race weekend for all competitors who join us.”
Those wanting to compete in the race should fill out and submit their entry forms as soon as possible for a variety of reasons. Any entry forms that aren’t postmarked by September 1, 2017 will be charged an additional $100 late entry fee. Additionally, the order in which entries are received will also determine the order in which tires are selected on race weekend. Meaning that the first team to enter will have the first choice of tires and so on.
Entry forms, rules and procedures for the 33rd Annual All American 400 presented by Freeman-Webb can be found by clicking here.
Qualifying for the All American 400 will take place on Saturday, September 30 prior to the 400-lap Super Late Model race and 100-lap Pro Late Model race on Sunday, October 1.
For more information on the All American 400, visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com.
-By Brandon Paul, Speed51.com Editor – Twitter: @Brandon_Paul51
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