PPV Broadcast Announced for 35th All American 400

The All American 400 is one of the crown jewel events in pavement Super Late Model racing, and will celebrate its 35th annual running on November 1-3.  While there is nothing like making a trip to the Music City to watch in person, fans unable to attend will be able to watch a live pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.com.


Live video tickets for the prestigious race at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville will be available for only $19.99. Information on how to purchase the broadcast will be released in the coming days on Speed51.


“We’re very excited to partner with the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville to broadcast this event to a worldwide audience,” said Speed51 Content Manager, Brandon Paul.  “There’s a lot of excitement for this year’s event, and we’re thrilled to be able to bring that excitement to those who aren’t able to travel to Nashville for this year’s event.”


The must-see Super Late Model event features some of the best racers in the country.  Currently, 30 drivers are on the entry list including Bubba Pollard, Ty Majeski, Casey Roderick, Stephen Nasse, Chandler Smith, Josh Brock and many more.  They’ll be going against some of Nashville’s finest competitors, such as former track champions Cole Williams, Michael House and Willie Allen.


That, along with a 100-lap Pro Late Model race that could pay up to $7,500 to its victor, makes for an action-packed Sunday of racing with 500 laps of Late Model racing at the famed Tennessee oval.


Those who purchase a live video ticket for $19.99 will be able to watch both Late Model races.  Speed51 Network premium yearly subscribers will receive 10% off the purchase of their pay-per-view video ticket.


More details regarding this pay-per-view will be available at a later date.  Stay tuned for more information regarding the All American 400 broadcast and the 35th Annual All American 400.


To learn more about the event, visit www.fairgroundsspeedwaynashville.com.


-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51.com Southeast Editor – Twitter: @ztevans

-Photo credit: Speed51photos.com

PPV Broadcast Announced for 35th All American 400