Short Track Stars Preparing for Double Duty at Nashville

The All American 400 at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville (TN) will provide 500 laps of exciting Late Model racing on Sunday, November 3, with a 100-lap Pro Late Model race preceding the 400-lap Super Late Model crown jewel.  Several drivers will be competing in all 500 laps in Music City, attempting double-duty on the day.


One of those drivers is arguably the biggest name in Late Model racing today, as Bubba Pollard will enter both races.  Pollard won the All American 400 in 2016 and will be looking for another signature guitar trophy.


Another Super Late Model standout, Stephen Nasse, will be competing in both races with plenty of momentum on his side.  Nasse has a pair of major wins on high-banked tracks in 2019, winning the Winchester 400 at Winchester Speedway (IN) as well as the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway (TN).  He also swept Winchester’s Labor Day weekend doubleheader, winning in both the Super and Pro Late Models at the World Stock Car Festival.


A pair of former Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville track champions will also pull double-duty while defending home turf.  Michael House, the venue’s 2018 Pro Late Model track champion, will be among those competing in both Late Model races.  House was in contention for the win in the CRA SpeedFest Pro Late Model 125 in January before falling out of the running just shy of the finish.


Nashville’s most recent Pro Late Model winner, Cole Williams, will also compete in the Super and Pro Late Model features.  The two-time track champion is entered in the Super Late Model event with Carswell Motorsports, making its return to competition after a two-year hiatus.


The All American 400 draws some of the top racers from around the country, and this year is no different.  California’s Derek Thorn is among the entries in both the Super Late Model and Pro Late Model features.  Thorn has a pair of runner-up finishes in the event from 2006 and 2016, and will be looking for his first win in the marquee event.


Georgia young gun Jake Garcia is also among the drivers attempting both races.  Garcia picked up his first Pro Late Model win at Lucas Oil Raceway (IN) in September and won the Allen Turner Pro Late Models championship at Five Flags Speedway (FL).


A full entry list for both divisions is available below.


Both races will feature star-studded fields as part of the major Late Model event.  The green flag will drop on the Pro Late Model 100-lap feature at 1:00 p.m. CT on Sunday, November 3, with the All American 400 Super Late Model event to follow.


Race fans unable to make the trip to Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville for the event can watch all of the action live on Speed51.  Click here to order your pay-per-view ticket today.


Super Late Model Entry List


Driver # Driver Name Hometown
1 Michael House Columbia, TN
2 Donnie Wilson Oklahoma City, OK
5 Mason Mingus Louisville, KY
7 John DeAngelis Jr Hubertus, WI
9 Brandon Watson Ontario, Canada
14 Austin Nason Roscoe, IL
14 Connor Okrzesik Gran Bay, AL
14 Carson Hocevar Portage, Mi
17 Josh Brock Corbin, KY
17MA Eddie MacDonald Rowley, MA
22 Casey Roderick Lawerenceville, GA
26B Travis Braden Wheeling, WV
26 Bubba Pollard Senoia, GA
26aa Willie Allen Fairview, TN
33 Albert Francis Painesville, OH
35 Jake Garcia Monroe, GA
35 Greg Van Alst Anderson, IN
42 Dennis Prunty Knowles, WI
43 Derek Thorn Bakersfield, CA
45 Michael Simko Clarkston, MI
46 Cole Williams Borden, IN
51 Chandler Smith Jasper, GA
51 Stephen Nasse Pinellas Park, FL
53 Cole Butcher Hantsport, NS
53 Boris Juckovic Manhattan, IL
71 Kyle Neveau San Clemente, CA
71 Johnny Brazier Lickskillet, AL
77 Jonathan Eilen Hampton, MN
91 Ty Majeski Seymour, WI
112 Ricky Baker Plainfield, IL
119 Dalton Zehr Verona, WI
157 Mike Marlar Winfield, TN


Pro Late Model Entry List


Driver # Driver Name Hometown
01 Austin Wilson Murfreesboro, TN
1 Michael House Columbia, TN
7 Jackson Boone Franklin, TN
9 Michael Bolden La Vergne, TN
09 Daniel Bolden Antioch, TN
10 Kyle Fletcher Smyrna, TN
11 Stacey Crain Nashville, TN
12 Christopher Tullis Dacula, GA
12 Sammy Smith Johnson, IA
14 Davey Coble Madison, TN
15 Trey Craig Louisville, KY
16 Austin Brawley Mt. Juliet, TN
16 Cayden Lapcevich Grimsby, ON, Canada
17 Chuck Tuck Athens, AL
23 Mandy Chick De Soto, KS
24 Mason Diaz Manassas, VA
26 Bubba Pollard Senoia, GA
27 Joe Ross Kansas City, MO
27M Hal Musler Charlotte, TN
29 Mason Keller Indianapolis, IN
29 Hunter Wright Gladeville, TN
29H Chris Hacker Nobelsville, IN
35 Jake Garcia Monroe, GA
40 Sterlin Marlin Columbia, TN
41 Taylor Holdaway Orillia, ON
43 Derek Thorn Bakerfield, CA
46 Cole Williams Borden, IN
51N Stephen Nasse Pinellas Park, FL
52 Jake Sheridan Mt. Brydges, ON, Canada
53 Kyle Ivey Nashville, TN
55 Bennie Hamlett Mt. Juliet, TN
62 William Hale Mt. Juliet, TN
77 Greg Fore Swiftwater, MS
89 Dylan Fetcho Lebanon, TN
95 Chaz Chaffin Nashville, TN
116 Zack Johnson Nashville, TN
114 Sterling Marlin Columbia, TN
189 Bryce Carver Madisobn, AL


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

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Short Track Stars Preparing for Double Duty at Nashville