By the Numbers: A Look at the 36th All American 400

2: Chandler Smith finished second for the second-straight year in the All American 400.

2: Stephen Nasse claimed the Southern Super Series title for the second time in his career.  The title comes after a third-place finish in the All American 400.  Ironically, the only other time the SSS title was decided at Nashville the champion came from behind in the points to win the title, when Daniel Hemric beat Bubba Pollard by one point.

2: With his 10th-place finish Matt Craig claimed his second consecutive CARS Tour Super Late Model championship.  Craig completed all 300 laps and finished every lap of CARS Tour competition this season.

3: Casey Roderick won his third Major Super Late Model event after winning the Rattler 250 and the World Crown 300 in the past.  He is only the second driver to win those three events, joining short track legend Bobby Gill.

3: Former All American 400 winner Donnie Wilson finished fourth to claim his third top-five finish in the All American 400.

11: A total of 11 drivers completed all 300 laps of the Super Late Model portion of the event.  Of the 34-car field, only 23 made it past lap 37 as a big wreck wiped out several cars.

51: Check out the all-new Speed51.TV for recaps, highlights and more from the weekend in Nashville.

100: Earlier in the day, Stephen Nasse won the 100-lap Pro Late Model race before the Super Late Model event.  It was his first win on the Nashville high banks.

202: Derek Thorn led a race-high 202 laps before being eliminated in a late crash with Carson Hocevar.

2021: The announcement was made that the All American 400 will return to the same weekend, October 29-31, in 2021.  Considering all that has happened in 2020, this is a positive heading into the offseason.

-Story by: Elgin Traylor, Speed51 Southeast Correspondent
-Photo credit: Speed51 / Ryan Nuttleman

By the Numbers: A Look at the 36th All American 400