2:21
Congratulations to TJ Reaid and Dillon Oliver for their dominating performances here tonight on their way to capturing the Nashville guitars.

That wraps up our coverage of the All American 400 weekend here at Nashville, we will have much move on Speed51.com later in this week. So from Nashville we say goodnight! Hopefully not for the final time.

2:13
TJ Reaid won the Super Late Model race here at Nashville. (51 Photo)
2:13
Dillon Oliver won the Pro Late Model feature. (51 Photo)
2:11
Super Late Model Finish – Unofficial
1 51 T.J. Reaid 200
2 9 Chase Elliott 200
3 25 Ross Kenseth 200
4 67 Jeff Fultz 200
5 20 Brian Campbell 200
6 61 John VanDoorn 200
7 10 Ryan Blaney 200
8 43 Dennis Schoenfeld 200
9 112 Augie Grill 200
10 82 Donnie Wilson 200
11 18 Bubba Pollard 200
12 40 Sterling Marlin 200
13 77 Kris Kelly 200
14 71s Johnny Brazier 200
15 1 Mike Garvey 200
16 7 Jason Dietsch 200
17 44s Gary Helton 200
18 8 Mark Day 199
19 09 Randy Gentry 198
20 58 Don Young 196
21 84 Jay Niewiek ® 196
22 49s Josh Hamner 192
23 14 Tommy St. John 186
24 49 Colin Nickolai ® 183
25 81 Terry Fisher Jr. 175
26 121 Greg Boone 170
27 72 Eddie Mercer 157
28 23 Jimmy Weller 140
29 12 Sammy Sanders 137
30 29 Allen Karnes 134
31 45 Ricky Wilkinson 107
32 131 Nick Gullatta ® 63
33 55 Chuck Barnes Jr. 34
34 44 Dillon Oliver 5
35 28 Justin Alsip 2
2:09
Pro Late Model Finish
1 8 Dillon Oliver 200
2 98 Mason Mingus 200
3 40 Tyler Miles 200
4 84 Clay Alexander 200
5 40 Sterling Marlin 200
6 55 Benny Hamlett 200
7 6 Dave Gentile Jr. 198
8 121 Greg Boone 197
9 04 Jared Foley 197
10 61 TW Fisher 197
11 97 Josh Weston 195
12 21 Tony Conway 194
13 8 Mark Day 183
14 27 Jeff Berg 170
15 14 Dave Coble 111
16 09 Daniel Bolden 99
17 11 Stacey Crain 88
18 30 Bobby Knox Jr. 86
19 71 Johnny Brazier 74
20 84 Michael House 57
21 48 Mike Murray 50
22 4 Chase Knox 33
23 47 Dakota Stroup 10
24 36 Brittney Finley 0
25 7 Bill Hill 0
1:28
TJ Reaid holds off Chase Elliott to win the All American 400! Stay tuned for more! 
1:05
TJ Reaid leads Chase Elliott with five laps to go here in Nashville. 
12:58
TOP FIVE LAP 187: TJ REAID, CHASE ELLIOTT, ROSS KENSETH, JEFF FULTZ, BRIAN CAMPBELL. 
12:36
Same Top 10 at LAP 143. 
12:26
Top 10: LAP 135: TJ Reaid, Chase Elliott, Ross Kenseth, Brian Campbell, Jeff Fultz, Johnny VanDoorn, Tommy St. John, Josh Hamner, Augie Grill and Bubba Pollard. 
11:52
Jump on over to RaceTalkRadio.com to hear live coverage of the CRA race. 
11:50
Top 10 at Lap 100: TJ Reaid, Brian Campbell, Jeff Fultz, Chase Elliott, Augie Grill, Josh Hamner, Bubba Pollard, Donnie Wilson, Ross Kenseth and Johnny VanDoorn. 
11:28
TJ Reaid leads at lap 64. 
11:14
Listen to RaceTalkRadio.com
11:13
TOP FIVE SLM RACE: LAP 36: TJ Reaid, Brian Campbell, Jeff Fultz, Chase Elliott, Augie Grill. 
10:50
CRA SUPER SERIES LINEUP – REDRAW WAS A FIVE
1 20 Brian Campbell 18.273
2 51 T.J. Reaid 18.273
3 9 Chase Elliott 18.252
4 55 Chuck Barnes Jr. 18.246
5 82 Donnie Wilson 18.243
6 18 Bubba Pollard 18.348
7 112 Augie Grill 18.358
8 67 Jeff Fultz 18.366
9 49s Josh Hamner 18.386
10 23 Jimmy Weller 18.389
11 40 Sterling Marlin 18.396
12 14 Tommy St. John 18.404
13 25 Ross Kenseth 18.405
14 72 Eddie Mercer 18.442
15 61 John VanDoorn 18.448
16 1 Mike Garvey 18.456
17 8 Mark Day 18.477
18 131 Nick Gullatta ® 18.487
19 12 Sammy Sanders 18.494
20 121 Greg Boone 18.551
21 10 Ryan Blaney 18.586
22 43 Dennis Schoenfeld 18.634
23 29 Allen Karnes 18.677
24 81 Terry Fisher Jr. 18.689
25 09 Randy Gentry 18.722
26 7 Jason Dietsch 18.739
27 49 Colin Nickolai ® CRA Pts.
28 84 Jay Niewiek ® CRA Pts.
29 58 Don Young CRA South Pts.
30 28 Justin Alsip CRA Pts.
31 71s Johnny Brazier Prov.
32 45 Ricky Wilkinson Prov.
33 44s Gary Helton Prov.
34 77 Kris Kelly Prov.
35 44 Dillon Oliver Prov.
10:45
Jump on over to RaceTalkRadio.com to hear live coverage of the CRA race. 
10:43
The CRA drivers are buckling in and getting ready to go. Our racetalkradio.combroadcast courtesy of Speed51 will be online in a few minutes. 
10:41
As soon as Dillon Oliver finishes with his track interview in front of the fans, he will head to his car to buckle in for the second 200 lapper. 
10:35
Probably 10 to 15 minutes for the post race celebrations. The CRA Super Series 200 coming up soon. 
10:32
Hamlett finishes as the final car on the lead lap in sixth. 
10:32
Dillon Oliver wins the Pro 200. Mingus, Miles, Alexander, and Marlin are the rest of the top five. H 
10:32
Final circuit. Oliver should be able to coast home. 
10:31
Two to go. Oliver with a 1/2 straightaway lead. 
10:31
Alexander an.d Marlin have disposed of Hamlett, dropping the 55 to sixth 
10:30
Alexander has caught Hamlett and will now work on him for fourth. 6 laps to go. 
10:29
Alexander back into fifth, Marlin has fallen to sixth. 
10:29
10 Laps to go for Dillon Oliver as Mason Mingus takes second back from Miles. 
10:28
Mason Mingus spun the tires and Tyler Miles shoots into second. 
10:27
GREEN FLAG LAP 187: Oliver leads the pack to turn one. 
10:26
12 cars still running in this race. 
10:25
Benny Hamlett got another lap back and is on the lead lap. 
10:24
Clay Alexander is now fifth as Day has lost a lap. 
10:23
Mark Day looks to have run out of gas on the track. 
10:22
Clay Alexander beats the pace car off pit road and the crowd goes wild. 
10:22
TOP FIVE: Dillon Oliver, Mason Mingus, Sterling Marlin, Tyler Miles, and Mark Day. 
10:21
YELLOW FLAG LAP 180 
10:20
Clay Alexander spins and hits the inside pit wall. He has a flat right rear. 
10:20
GREEN FLAG LAP 179: Oliver leads the pack to turn one. 
10:19
One Lap to Green. 
10:18
The 55 of Benny Hamlett is the lucky dog.
10:17
Mark Day has come back to pit road again. He was running third. 
10:14
YELLOW FLAG LAP 174: Jeff Berg spins and hits the wall in turn four.
10:12
30 Laps to Go. 
10:12
Dillon Oliver is well on his way as he pulls away form the pack in the closing laps. 
10:09
Dillon Oliver leads Clay Alexander and Mark Day with 40 laps to go. Mason Mingus, Sterling Marlin and Tyler Miles are the rest of the top six cars on the lead lap. 
10:07
Mason Mingus just about wrecked off turn two and he fall back to fourth behind the 8 of Mark Day. 
10:06
50 laps to go in the Pro Late Model race here in Nashville. 
10:05
Back in the pack Tyler Miles is closing in on Sterling Marlin for fifth. 
10:04
Dillon Oliver’s car is on such a rail right now it’s going to be hard for someone to beat him. His car just rockets off the corner’s so well tonight. 
10:02
Mark Day has worked his was back to fourth as Mason Mingus is up to third. 
10:02
Olver leads the pack around with 60 laps to go. 
10:01
GREEN FLAG LAP 137: Alexander and Oliver lead the race to turn one. 
10:00
Tyler Miles is the lucky dog and will be sixth on the restart. 
10:00
We said earlier in the week that car number 8 has won the All American 400 four times in the past, twice with Freddie Query and twice with Eddie Hoffman. 
9:58
3rd Place car of Mark Day has gone pitside. Crew jacks up the leftside. 
9:56
YELLOW FLAG LAP 132: Greg Boone spins off turn two. 
9:55
None of the top five cars are close together on the track as they work lap traffic. 
9:53
121 laps in the books. 
9:52
Weston is back on the track, but he is at least one lap down. 
9:50
Top Five: Oliver, Alexander, Day, Mingus, and Marlin. 
9:49
We now have only five cars on the lead lap. 
9:49
Davey Coble pulls up the banking in a heap of smoke and looks to be done. 
9:48
Josh Weston pits and falls off the lead lap. 
9:48
Clay Alexander rides second with Mark Day in third, Mason Mingus fourth and Davey Coble in fifth. 
9:47
Dillon Oliver is in control here at Nashville. 
9:46
Mark Day went for second in turn three and could not take the the spot. 
9:46
GREEN FLAG: Dillon Oliver leads and we are underway. 
9:44
For the second time the start is being waved off. Mason Mingus has damage to his car as everyone ran up on each other. 
9:43
GREEN FLAG LAP 101: Dillon Oliver leads the pack to turn one. 
9:42
The restart was waved off and we will do it again. 
9:41
GREEN FLAG LAP 101 
9:41
RUNNING ORDER HALFWAY
1 8 Dillon Oliver
2 84 Clay Alexander
3 8 Mark Day
4 40 Sterling Marlin
5 98 Mason Mingus
6 14 Dave Coble
7 97 Josh Weston
8 09 Daniel Bolden
9 04 Jared Foley
10 55 Benny Hamlett
11 40 Tyler Miles
12 61 TW Fisher
13 27 Jeff Berg
14 6 Dave Gentile Jr.
15 121 Greg Boone
16 21 Tony Conway
17 11 Stacey Crain
18 30 Bobby Knox Jr.
19 71 Johnny Brazier
20 84 Michael House
21 48 Mike Murray
22 4 Chase Knox
23 47 Dakota Stroup
24 36 Brittney Finley
25 7 Bill Hill
9:33
Bill we would love to give you a rundown, but something went wrong with the wires and the scoring team is trying to figure things out here at halfway. We will have the full rundown later after the race. 
9:32
Comment From bill 

do you have complete run down 

9:30
We still 100 laps before we be on the air so it could be a little latter then 10pm Eastern. 
9:29
Speed51.com will have live radio coverage of the Super Late Model show tonight starting at approxmently 10pm eastern after the Pro Late Model event. We will recap the PLM race and take you right into the Super Late Model show. Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor will be on the call with Adam Mackey of the Speed 51 Radio production on RaceTalkRadio.com
9:29
9:27
Yes it is, both races will have one. The Super Late Models can take on four tires or less if they like, but it will be there only chance to take on rubber. 
9:27
Comment From Jesse 

Is This A Comp Yellow? 

9:26
Cars have come to pit road for their tires and adjustments. 
9:24
From what we can tell there are only seven cars on the lead lap. 
9:23
YELLOW FLAG LAP 100: We are at the halfway mark. 
9:22
95 laps in the books as we close in on halfway. 
9:21
Top Seven: Dillon Oliver, Clay Alexander, Mark Day, Sterling Marlin, Mason Mingus, Davey Coble and Josh Weston are the only cars on the lead lap. 
9:20
Bobby Knox Jr. has slowed and gone into the pits.
9:19
Dillon Oliver still leads the pack around Nashville as he is putting some good cars down a lap. 
9:17
Dillon Oliver is now lapping into the top 10 as the field has gotten strung out really good over this track. 
9:16
Johnny Brazier has pulled into the pits. Stacey Crain has also come into change a tire.
9:13
18 of the 25 starters are still on the track. 
9:13
67 Laps in the books and Dillon Olver leads Clay Alexander and Mark Day here at the Nashville Fairgrounds. 
9:12
Thanks, Johanna Long, we will see you next week at Five Flags for the Allen Turner Tune-Up. 
9:11
Comment From johanna 

good updates tonight,! wish I was there.. 

9:10
Comment From 2dad 

Go Tyler …. Whoo hoo 

9:10
House has gone behind the wall. 
9:10
Michael House come to pit road. 
9:10
Dillon Oliver has pulled away from Clay Alexander for the lead. 
9:08
Tyler Miles has now cracked the top 10. 
9:08
Top 10: Dillon Oliver, Clay Alexander, Mark Day, Sterling Marlin, Mason Mingus, Davey Coble, Daniel Bolden, Josh Weston, Greg Boone, and Bobby Knox Jr. 
9:06
On lap 48 Dillon Oliver takes the lead from Clay Alexander. 
9:06
Alexander nearly lost the top stop as Oliver runs him down each time in the corners. We are seeing one heck of a battle up front. 
9:05
45 Laps in the books. 
9:04
Dillon Oliver is racing leader Mike Alexander like it’s the last each time around. 
9:03
Not sure they went under the hood and it could have been an oil pump problem like before. 
9:03
Comment From Guest 

Any word on what was wrong with stroups car? 

9:02
Oliver tried the high lane and got pinched off by Alexander for the lead. 
9:02
Mason Mingus has cracked the top five as we work lap 36. 
9:01
Dillon Oliver is knocking on the door for the lead as everyone chases the top two. 
9:00
Speed51.com will have live radio coverage of the Super Late Model show tonight starting at approxmently 10pm eastern after the Pro Late Model event. We will recap the PLM race and take you right into the Super Late Model show. Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor will be on the call with Adam Mackey of the Speed 51 Radio production on RaceTalkRadio.com
9:00
Alexander, Oliver and Mark Day are getting away from the pack a bit here in the Pro Late Model feature. 
8:59
Alexander works the low lane while Oliver steps and and takes a peak to the outside. 
8:58
GREEN FLAG LAP 25: Alexander and Oliver lead the pack to turn one. 
8:58
One lap to green. 
8:57
Teams will get two tires at halfway. 
8:55
YELLOW FLAG LAP 22: Johnny Brazier spins and hits the pit wall just before turn one. 
8:54
Davey Coble is up to sixth and Mason Mingus is seventh. Daniel Bolden, Michael House, and Josh Weston make up the top 10.

8:53
Oliver won the King’s Ransome a year ago and is looking for a Nashville Guitar to go with it. 
8:52
Dillon Oliver is all over Clay Alexander for the lead. 
8:52
Sterling Marlin is up to fourth. and Greg Boone runs fifth. 
8:51
Dillon Oliver is up to second. As the Stroup crew takes the hood off the car that took the pole by more then fourth tenths of a second. 
8:51
Clay Alexander is now the leader. 
8:50
Dakota Stroup just lost power and came to pit road. He looks to be done for the night. 
8:50
Stroup sets sail and has the lead by 10 car lengths. 
8:49
GREEN FLAG LAP 7: Stroup leads the pack to turn one. 
8:46
Top Five: Dakota Stroup, Clay Alexander, Mark Day, Dillon Oliver, and Greg Boone. 
8:45
YELLOW FLAG LAP 3: Jarred Foley stopped in turn two. 
8:45
Dakota Stroup leads Mark Day and Clay Alexander. 
8:44
Brittney Finley lost a lap on pit road. 
8:44
GREEN FLAG: We are underway at Nashville. 
8:43
We will have a complete restart. 
8:42
YELLOW LAP 1: Chase Knox spins in turn one. 
8:40
GREEN FLAG: The Pro Late Models are underway. 
8:40
One lap to green for the Pro Late Models. 
8:38
Super Late Models have pulled in and the Pro Late Models are taking shape for the race. 
8:37
Comment From Chap Redder 

Good Luck 61 Johnny V. car not too good 

8:35
Pro Late Models are up first.
Here is there Lineup.
1 47 Dakota Stroup
2 84 Clay Alexander
3 8 Dillon Oliver
4 8 Mark Day
5 40 Sterling Marlin
6 121 Greg Boone
7 14 Dave Coble
8 98 Mason Mingus
9 09 Daniel Bolden
10 71 Johnny Brazier
11 84 Michael House
12 97 Josh Weston
13 27 Jeff Berg
14 04 Jared Foley
15 30 Bobby Knox Jr.
16 11 Stacey Crain
17 6 Dave Gentile Jr.
18 40 Tyler Miles
19 21 Tony Conway
20 4 Chase Knox
21 61 TW Fisher
22 36 Brittney Finley
23 7 Bill Hill
24 55 Benny Hamlett
25 48 Mike Murray
8:34
Comment From FULTZRACING 

GO FULTZ!!!! 

8:34
Cars are rolling for the parade laps. 
8:32
Comment From Guest 

Good Luck Dennis Schoenfeld #43 

8:31
Cars ready to race here in Nashville. (51 Photo)
8:28
Comment From Cindy 

Go Dennis…..43!!!! We’re cheerin for ya!!! 

8:28
Comment From Guest 

Good Luck Chuck Barnes Jr.!!! 

8:21
Comment From Guest 

Hello from Elko Speedway, Good luck to Glenn and RJ and all competitors along with our tour guys Kelly and Kenseth. Tim Olson and Steve Einhaus, ASA Midwest Tour 

8:18
All the drivers have been introduced. Invocation, anthem, and firing of engines coming up. 
8:11
The Pro drivers have been introduced and are starting to buckle in. The CRA Super Series competitors are now coming across the stage and heading to their cars. As soon as they are all introduced, the field will pull away and the Pro Late Model 200 will begin. 
7:59
Hall of Fame ceremonies for the Fairgrounds Speedway are just finishing up. They have pushed the schedule back a little. Driver introductions, for the large crowd, should begin soon. The Pro Late Model 200 should see a green around 8:30 Eastern/7:30 Nashville time. 
7:04
Pre-race festivities are now beginning here at Nashville. 
7:00
Comment From Potts #45 

Good luck to Dakota Stroup, this kid has the worst luck but he never gives up. I hope he leads every lap and win’s the race ! 

6:47
That explains the place on the grid, and that’s bad news for the rest of the field after the lap he laid down in time trials. 
6:46
Comment From Guest 

Dakota is not starting last. We ran late to tech because of repairs. 

6:30
Comment From Big Rich 

Kick sum butt Bubba #18 let the south rise again! 

6:21
Dakota Stroup set the world on fire last night in Pro Late Model Qualifying with a new track record, but this morning in practice he broke and oil pump and had to change it out and look like he will start from the back of the pack as his car is staged at the end of the line in the Pro Late Model grid area. 
6:17
Don’t forget Speed51.com is the source for Short Track Racing news from all across the county. We of course are handling the All American 400 this weekend here in Nashville.

Our own Mike Twist will be at the Thunder Road Speedbowl (VT) for the season finale of the American Candian Tour with the historic 48th Annual Milk Bowl. We’ll there with our Trackside Now coverage for the action on Sunday.

Finally, our friends at Race22 are covering the Virginia is for Racing Lovers 300 at Martinsville. That race is tomorrow. You can find a link to their coverage on the Speed51.com homepage.

6:01
The trucks are on the track for a 50 lap event. 
6:01
In case you missed it earlier in the Trackside Now coverage Sterling Marlin told the drivers today the he plans file a lawsuit against the city of Nashville in an effort to save the Nashville Fairgrounds track. Marlin is a three-time track champion here and of course a two-time Daytona 500. 
6:01
Sterling Marlin made big news here today.
5:58
The crowd is filling in well and we are not just saying that. We will have a shot when we get closer to post time. 
5:57
Comment From dewayne 

How is the crowd? Could not go due to some unexpected surgery. Sure hope this is not the last one. 

5:52
We still have 10 minutes before the truck race and a little more then an hour before the driver intro’s. We are using this time make our final preperations for radio.

Speed51.com will have live radio coverage of the Super Late Model show tonight starting at approxmently 10pm eastern after the Pro Late Model event. We will recap the PLM race and take you right into the Super Late Model show. Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor will be on the call with Adam Mackey of the Speed 51 Radio production on RaceTalkRadio.com

5:39
Fans loving every second of what could be the last night in Nashville. (51 Photo)
5:33
Thanks for the info Guest. 
5:33
Comment From Guest 

Chase qualified 8th in the USAR Pro Cup car at North Wilksboro Speedway 

5:30
Both Late Model races are 200 laps. 200 for the Super’s and 200 for the Pro’s. We have not had a 400 lap race here since 2000 when Mike Garvey won the last true All American 400. 
5:29
Comment From Jesse 

is The SLM Race 200 Or 400 Laps? 

5:29
The crew here at Nashville said Chase figured they had a top five run before he left North Carolina. 
5:28
Comment From BG in GA 

What position did chase get at NWS? 

5:27
The pack is ready to race here in Nashville. (51 Photo)
5:27
For you Chase Elliott fans he has taken time at North Wilkesboro and is on his way to Nashville to run the All American 400. 
5:23
Don’t forget Speed51.com will have live radio coverage of the Super Late Model show tonight starting at approxmently 10pm eastern after the Pro Late Model event. We will recap the PLM race and take you right into the Super Late Model show. Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor will be on the call with Adam Mackey of the Speed 51 Radio production on RaceTalkRadio.com
5:17
The smell of cotton candy and fried foods is in the air and the fairgrounds is open for at least one more day here in Nashville. The Sportsman cars have taken the track for a 25 lap event. . 
4:56
Comment From BG in GA 

Hell Yeah Sterling!!! I hope you win the battle for the track. I have never been to the Nashville track, would have come this weekend but could not make it, hope to come next year to see the 400. 

4:51
Lots of fans have shown up for the final All American 400. (51 Photo)
4:43
Comment From Big Daddy Photo BOYS 

GO CHASE ELLIOTT !! We will be keeping up with you! 

4:13
The pits are pretty quiet as we wait for post time which will be 5pm central, that’s 6pm in the Eastern Time zone. 
4:05
Mark Day (8) and Allen Karns (29) in Practice. (51 Photo)
3:45
Augie Grill is on the track taking some laps after some problems in practice. Grill is the point leader in the CRA Southern Six Pack. 
3:34
Comment From Stephen Barker 

hanging out at the hotel, be at the track later, nice move by Stanley Smith to put up some extra $$ to guarantee everybody starts in the CRA race 

3:30
The track will be silent now for the next few hours as we prep for the All American 400. In the down ton we invite you to check out past results of the All American 400 on ShortTrackHistory.org

http://www.shorttrackhistory.org/Events/AA400.html

3:09
CRA SLM FINAL PRACTICE TIMES
1 61 John VanDoorn 18.793
2 51 T.J. Reaid 18.862
3 43 Dennis Schoenfeld 18.988
4 121 Greg Boone 19.052
5 18 Bubba Pollard 19.054
6 71s Johnny Brazier 19.062
7 82 Donnie Wilson 19.065
8 81 Terry Fisher Jr. 19.067
9 72 Eddie Mercer 19.126
10 20 Brian Campbell 19.138
11 1 Mike Garvey 19.153
12 14 Tommy St. John 19.163
13 55 Chuck Barnes Jr. 19.194
14 23 Jimmy Weller 19.204
15 25 Ross Kenseth 19.241
16 77 Kris Kelly 19.261
17 10 Ryan Blaney 19.262
18 40 Sterling Marlin 19.267
19 67 Jeff Fultz 19.270
20 49s Josh Hamner 19.293
21 7 Jason Dietsch 19.331
22 112 Augie Grill 19.332
23 8 Mark Day 19.367
24 131 Nick Gullatta ® 19.381
25 09 Randy Gentry 19.407
26 12 Sammy Sanders 19.410
27 45 Ricky Wilkinson 19.410
28 28 Justin Alsip 19.472
29 44s Gary Helton 19.524
30 84 Jay Niewiek ® 19.684
31 49 Colin Nickolai ® 19.852
32 58 Don Young 19.865
33 44 Dillon Oliver 19.976
34 9 Chase Elliott no time
35 29 Allen Karnes no time
3:02
Practice is done for the Super Late Models now. 
3:01
Today’s race could decide the series championship here at Nashville as Johnny VanDoorn has a sizable lead over Scott Hantz (who is not here) and Brian Campbell. It would be back-to-back titles for VanDoorn if he can clinch it here today at Nashville.
1. Johnny VanDoorn 926
2. Scott Hantz 878
3. Brian Campbell 812
4. Tommy St. John 808
5. Terry Fisher Jr. 788
In the south that’s a whole other ball game. With the drop Augie Grill has the lead, but Bubba Pollard and Chase Elliott have to count this race and they all have to count the final Southern Six-Pack event at Concord Speedway (NC) in November.
1. Augie Grill 220
2. Ryan Blaney 206
3. Chase Elliott 195
4. Bubba Pollard 191
5. Jeff Fultz 189
2:56
Comment From jimmy dru 

now that you’ve sold the white mouse, put the #112 red rat in victory lane ! go augie! 

2:53
Justin Alsip’s car got into the wall here late in practice. (51 Photo)
2:48
Yellow is out here at Nashville as Justin Alsip got into the wall coming off turn four. His car came to rest just after the start-finish line. 
2:45
We are down to five minutes left in Super Late Model practice for the All American 400. 
2:40
Johnny VanDoorn is the fastest car so far in this practice. (51 Photo)
2:37
Cars wait their turn for the final practice. (51 Photo)
2:37
One car that will not be doing any warm up laps today is the nine car of Chase Elliott. His Ford is sitting in the hauler waiting on Chase to arivie from North Wilkesboro where he is qualifying for tomorrow’s USARacing Pro Cup event. Elliott will look to do the double this weekend in two different places and two different series. 
2:34
The 48 of Mike Murray is a new car and think he will be allowed to start at the rear of the field for the Pro Late Model race. 
2:33
PLM PRACTICE TIMES FROM TODAY
1 8 Dillon Oliver 19.614
2 121 Greg Boone 19.678
3 84 Clay Alexander 19.773
4 8 Mark Day 19.973
5 40 Tyler Miles 19.998
6 84 Michael House 20.032
7 47 Dakota Stroup 20.145
8 4 Chase Knox 20.381
9 48 Mike Murray 20.475
10 55 Benny Hamlett 20.565
11 21 Tony Conway 20.892
2:24
With the draw of five Brian Campbell will be on the pole for tonight’s CRA race. (51 Photo)
2:20
Super Late Models are on the track for practice. 
2:15
It was also announced in the drivers meeting that Stanley Smith put up some extra money to make sure all Super Late Models on the grounds got to race this weekend. So the starting field will be 35 total for the Super’s. 
2:14
CRA SUPER SERIES LINEUP – REDRAW WAS A FIVE
1 20 Brian Campbell 18.273
2 51 T.J. Reaid 18.273
3 9 Chase Elliott 18.252
4 55 Chuck Barnes Jr. 18.246
5 82 Donnie Wilson 18.243
6 18 Bubba Pollard 18.348
7 112 Augie Grill 18.358
8 67 Jeff Fultz 18.366
9 49s Josh Hamner 18.386
10 23 Jimmy Weller 18.389
11 40 Sterling Marlin 18.396
12 14 Tommy St. John 18.404
13 25 Ross Kenseth 18.405
14 72 Eddie Mercer 18.442
15 61 John VanDoorn 18.448
16 1 Mike Garvey 18.456
17 8 Mark Day 18.477
18 131 Nick Gullatta ® 18.487
19 12 Sammy Sanders 18.494
20 121 Greg Boone 18.551
21 10 Ryan Blaney 18.586
22 43 Dennis Schoenfeld 18.634
23 29 Allen Karnes 18.677
24 81 Terry Fisher Jr. 18.689
25 09 Randy Gentry 18.722
26 7 Jason Dietsch 18.739
27 49 Colin Nickolai ® CRA Pts.
28 84 Jay Niewiek ® CRA Pts.
29 58 Don Young CRA South Pts.
30 28 Justin Alsip CRA Pts.
31 71s Johnny Brazier Prov.
32 45 Ricky Wilkinson Prov.
33 44s Gary Helton Prov.
34 77 Kris Kelly Prov.
35 44 Dillon Oliver Prov.
2:13
Comment From DW 

could you please post the lineup for the CRA race 

2:08
Pro Late Model practice is in the final minutes and then the Super Late Models will hit the track. 
2:06
Our friends at Race22.com are live at the Virginia is for Racing Lovers 300 at Martinsville Speedway. That is the biggest event for Late Model Stocks as they have practice and qualifying leading up to their 200 lap feature tomorrow. www.race22.com/martinsville2010/Saturday_Qualifying.html
2:06
Last night’s Speed51.com’s Elgin Traylor shows off the guitar he will never have a chance to win. The winners of the All American 400 get painted a up guitar which makes it one of the most unique trophy’s in the all of racing.
1:56
It was no error that Dakota Stroup was four tenths quicker. This is his first race in a Grand American Race Car, the same one that Augie Grill won with four times this year. (51 Photo)
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Don’t forget Speed51.com will have live radio coverage of the Super Late Model show tonight starting at approxmently 10pm eastern after the Pro Late Model event. We will recap the PLM race and take you right into the Super Late Model show. Elgin “Stat Boy” Traylor will be on the call with Adam Mackey of the Speed 51 Radio production on RaceTalkRadio.com
1:51
Comment From scorer27 

Sterling Marlin is now officialy My Hero! 

1:51
Comment From Matthew Dillner 

We need more people like Sterling Marlin, Darrell Waltrip, Tony Stewart… people in the higher-ranks of the sport who step in to support, shed spotlight and progress the grassroots-side of the sport. Kudos to Marlin for that. It would be tragic to lose Nashville Fairgrounds. 

1:51
As the Pro Late Models take laps we give you a look at the starting lineup for their race.
PLM TIME TRIAL RESUTLS – New Track Record for Stroup
1 47 Dakota Stroup 18.481
2 84 Clay Alexander 18.844
3 8 Dillon Oliver 18.865
4 8 Mark Day 19.008
5 40 Sterling Marlin 19.026
6 121 Greg Boone 19.047
7 14 Dave Coble 19.068
8 98 Mason Mingus 19.125
9 09 Daniel Bolden 19.237
10 71 Johnny Brazier 19.247
11 84 Michael House 19.256
12 97 Josh Weston 19.260
13 27 Jeff Berg 19.328
14 04 Jared Foley 19.395
15 30 Bobby Knox Jr. 19.406
16 11 Stacey Crain 19.543
17 6 Dave Gentile Jr. 19.566
18 40 Tyler Miles 19.577
19 21 Tony Conway 19.838
20 4 Chase Knox 19.885
21 61 TW Fisher 19.909
22 36 Brittney Finley 20.095
23 7 Bill Hill 21.772
24 55 Benny Hamlett no time
1:50
Sterling Marlin tells the drivers thanks for coming out and what he plans to do to keep Nashville alive. (51 Photo)
1:47
Pro Late Models are on the track for their practice today. 
1:46
We are back from the driver’s meeting were the biggest news that was announced that two-time Daytona 500 winner Sterling Marlin has stepped forward and will be getting a lawyer to sue the city of Nashville over the rights to the Nashville track and try to keep the venue alive. Marlin said this was where he started racing and came here when he was still in diapers. Hopefully Marlin’s efforts will keep the track alive and keep racing in Nashville. 
1:42
Comment From scorer27 

Great job yesterday. THANKS FOR GETTING A MOBILE PHONE VERSION!!!! 

1:37
Comment From Matthew Dillner 

Great to see guys like Mike Garvey back in the Short Track ranks. How cool is it to see ol’ Sterling Marlin wheelin’ it again at Nashville. This could be one fot he ages. My pick… a youngster believe it or not. Josh Hamner is my pick to win the All American 400. Good car and think he has the patience to keep the wheels on it. Hope it’s a great race and I’m following on Trackside Now for Kansas! :.) 

1:37
Comment From Grandma 

You can do it Dillon. We love you. Grandpa and Grandma O 

11:55
Check out all the action from yesterday as we hit the pits for the drivers meeting.
http://speed51.com/2010_Stories/CRA/trackside_now_AA_400_Nashville_10_1.html
11:49
27th Annual Nashville “All American 400” Weekend
Friday- October 1st / Saturday- October 2nd
(Central Time)
Saturday, October 2nd
10:00am Pit Gates Open
11:00am Pro Late Model/SuperTruck Drivers Meeting
11:30am CRA Super Series Drivers Meeting
12:30pm Final Practice Begins
12:30pm Super Truck (15 Minutes)
12:50pm Pro Late Models (30 Minutes)
1:25pm CRA Super Series (30 Minutes)
4:00pm Grandstand Open
4:15pm Pro Late Model/CRA Super Series to quarter mile
5:00pm Command to Start
SuperTruck – 50
5:45pm Pro Late Model/CRA Super Series Grid on Front Stretch
6:00pm Drivers introduction (both series)/Hall of Fame induction ceremony
6:55pm Invocation/National Anthem
7:00pm Command to Start
Both divisions’ fire engines, CRA Super Series roll directly behind the pace car
for 1 lap then head to pit road for impound staging on 1/4 mile. Pro Late Model
roll behind CRA Super Series then stay on track for Green Flag of the Pro Late Model event.
7:05pm Green Flag for All American 400 Pro Late Model 200
9:00pm Green Flag for All American 400 CRA Super Series 200 
11:44
Good morning and welcome to race day here at the Nashville Fairgrounds for the All American 400 Weekend. We are here on a beautiful Saturday in the volunteer state of Tennessee for what they say will be the final race here at the Nashville track. We will have all kinds of information and news as we lead up to the running of the Late Models events tonight. 

Trackside Now: All-American 400 – Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville – 10/2/10