$1,000 in Lap Money Up for Grabs in Nashville PLM Race

While the All American 400 is a marquee event for Super Late Model teams, the 100-lap Pro Late Model event scheduled for Sunday, November 3 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville (TN) promises to be a premier show.  One driver could win $7,500 in the race, with $1,000 in lap leader bonuses now available to go along with the $6,500-to-win purse.

 

D&D Events, the food and beverage partner of Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, purchased all 100 laps of the Pro Late Model event, which will also serve as the season finale for the venue’s Big Machine Vodka Pro Late Model championship.

 

“D&D Events is proud to be a part of and support the All American 400,” said Tammi Dyce of D&D Events.  “We have partnered with the Fairgrounds Speedway for several years now.   We love racing and it is important to us to give back to the racers and show our appreciation to them for supporting the track and D&D Events each race. “

 

Each of the 100 laps for the Pro Late Model feature is worth $10 to its leader, with $1,000 in lap leader money courtesy of D&D Events to be awarded over the course of the race.

 

The 100-lap Pro Late Model feature will open the racing program on Sunday, November 3 before the 400-lap Super Late Model feature.  Thirty-six Pro Late Model racers will lock into their spot in the feature field on Saturday, November 2, while remaining competitors will battle in a last-chance race later that evening to round out the field for Sunday’s feature.

 

Drivers are encouraged to submit their entry forms as soon as possible to receive priority on tire selection.

 

Entry forms and procedures are available for Pro Late Model teams for the 35th Annual All American 400 and can be accessed by clicking here.

 

Fans interested in attending the All American 400 can purchase their advance tickets for only $12 now by clicking here.  For more information on the All American 400, visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com.

 

-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51.com Southeast Editor – Twitter: @ztevans

-Photo credit: Speed51.com photo

$1,000 in Lap Money Up for Grabs in Nashville PLM Race