This October, one racer will be come into short track royalty as they etch their name into the record books as a winner of the All-American 400.


John Hunter Nemechek did it in 2014, just as legends such as Butch Lindley, Gary Balough, Rusty Wallace, Darrell Waltrip, Butch Miller and Freddie Query had before him.


Wednesday, Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville officials released the entry form and event schedule for the 31st Annual All American 400, which will be held as a two-day event on Saturday and Sunday, October 3 and 4.   There will be an optional practice day on Friday, October 2.


Entering the event is the first step a racer will make towards becoming the next in a long line of names who have won the prestigious Late Model event at the historic Tennessee track.


2015 All American 400 Entry Form – Click Here

2015 All American 400 Friday/Saturday Schedule – Click Here

2015 All American 400 Sunday Schedule – Click Here


– By Matt Kentfield, Executive Director – Twitter: @MattKentfield

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All American 400 Entry Form, Schedule Now Available