Entry forms for the 35th Annual All American 400 are now available for teams ready to toss their hat into the ring for the Super Late Model crown jewel scheduled for November 1-3, 2019.
This year’s edition of the All American 400 is a highly anticipated one, after multiple attempts to complete the 34th All American 400 were unsuccessful. The event was last held in 2017, when Donnie Wilson took the win over Spencer Davis and Christian Eckes.
“After the last two attempts of the All American 400 have been rained out, I am more eager than ever to get the Super Late Models back to Nashville,” said Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville Vice President Claire Formosa. “The All-American 400 is hands-down my favorite race that we do. I take a lot of pride in this event and work extremely hard to make this event successful. I am hopeful that with the help of Speed51, Short Track Alliance members and just the cabin fever of this event having not taken place since 2017, this year will be bigger than ever. We are finalizing the remainder of the information for the 35th Annual All American 400 and plan to have a full package released this time next week.”
While on-track activity will not begin until Friday, November 1, hauler parking will begin at 4 p.m. CT on Thursday, October 31. Friday will serve as a practice day for both Super Late Models and Pro Late Models, with track time starting at 4 p.m. and ending at 8 p.m.
Saturday’s program will begin with a final round of practice for Super Late Models and Pro Late Models. Super Trucks will also receive a practice session on Friday before quarter-mile practice and qualifying sessions for Front Runners, Legends, Street Modifieds, Pure Stocks and Limited Late Models.
Grandstands open for spectators at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, ahead of qualifying for Super Trucks, Pro Late Models and Super Late Models. 36 Pro Late Models and 24 Super Late Models will lock in to their Sunday features through those qualifying sessions. Saturday’s racing begins at 5:30 p.m., with features for the quarter-mile divisions and the Super Trucks as well as Last Chance Races for the Late Models.
Sunday, November 3 brings the return of the All American 400. Grandstand gates will open at 11:00 a.m., with an autograph session scheduled at noon. The green flag will drop at 1:00 p.m., with 100 laps of Pro Late Model racing before the 35th Annual All American 400.
Teams who entered the 34th Annual All American 400, either for its originally scheduled date or the April 2019 makeup, are required to submit another entry form for this race. However, entry fees can be waived for teams who have not been refunded their entry fee from that event.
Entries are due by October 7, 2019 for the event, with entries postmarked beyond that date subject to a late fee. This, along with earliest-submitted entries receiving priority on tire selection, makes submitting your entry blank if you are interested in competing in this event of utmost importance.
Entry forms, rules and procedures for the 35th Annual All American 400 can be found 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
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