The All American 400 is one of the biggest events in Super Late Model racing, celebrating its 35th Annual edition on November 1-3. It will also be one of the best fan values in short track racing, with pre-sale tickets available now for just $12 for Sunday’s 500 laps of Late Model racing.
The pre-sale tickets for Sunday allow fans to watch both the 100-lap Big Machine Vodka Pro Late Model feature and the 400-lap Super Late Model All American 400. It’s a value unlike any other in the sport, something Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville takes very seriously.
“It is important to myself and Dad that we make this event affordable for all of our local fans as well as the out-of-town racing fans,” said Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville Vice President Claire Formosa. “We know Nashville can be a very expensive city to visit, so we try to keep the ticket prices as affordable as possible. We want to bring the All American 400 back to its glory days and pack the house.”
The entry list for the Super Late Model race already boasts nearly 30 cars, with two weeks remaining for teams to toss their hat into the ring and compete for the famed guitar trophy. The Pro Late Model race also promises to be exciting, pitting the local shoes of the Big Machine Vodka Pro Late Model track championship against some of the best Late Model racers in the country, many of which will be competing in all 500 laps on Sunday.
Fans can also secure two-day tickets to enjoy both Saturday and Sunday at the track for just $20. There are also discount ticket options for seniors, military and children aged 6-12. Children aged five and under receive free admission, making the event even more affordable for families.
Those looking to secure the special pre-sale discount should act quickly. The pre-sale ends on Friday, October 25, leaving just one week to take advantage of this opportunity.
If you do happen to miss the opportunity to save money on pre-sale tickets, general admission tickets will be available after October 25for just $15.
Stay tuned to Speed51.com for more information regarding the All American 400.
-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51.com Southeast Editor – Twitter: @ztevans
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