While the Labor Day weekend will once again be packed with racing all across the land, you’re going to want to stay tuned this coming Tuesday as one the year’s biggest and longest Super Late Model events begins to take shape. The race: the 35th Annual All American 400. The track: Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville.
With entry forms already out, the field is beginning to build for this great Tennessee racing tradition. Now, the goodies that race fans have been waiting for are nearly ready to see the light of day. The biggest being public ticket sales, which will begin promptly this coming Tuesday, September 3.
Already the weekend’s full schedule is available to all who plan on being in attendance. The Fairgrounds will open for a full day of practice on Friday, November 1 for all Late Model competitors. The action ramps up of Saturday, November 2, with qualifying for the Super Late Models and Pro Late Models, with a racing lineup of various divisions that night. Click here for full schedule
New for 2019, the top 24 Super Late Models will be locked in for the All American 400 through the Saturday time trials, with the rest of the field being set by a pair 20-lap Last Chance Qualifiers on Saturday night.
Then Sunday, November 3; the main event. The 35th All American 400 for the Super Late Models, along with the 100-lapper for the Pro Late Models.
Also coming out this coming Tuesday, this for the race teams, the full rules package for the 400 will also be set, along with what is expected to be one of the heftiest purses in the history of this great event.
If you have not, teams are encouraged to fill out their entry forms as soon as possible, the earlier the entry, the more promotion you and your team will receive up until raceday. Click here for entry forms
We will have all the latest right here on Speed51.com. Also, be sure to visit the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville website for even more by clicking here.
Can’t wait for 400 Weekend? The Fairgrounds will be back in action this coming Saturday night, August 31 for Military Race Night, featuring the Big Machine Vodka Pro Late Models going for 100 laps.
-Text by Speed51 Staff
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