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First Look at All American 400 Entry Lists

Special From Speed51.com

The second of three end-of-year crown jewels is closing in. Top Super Late Model drivers from all areas of the country are set to converge on Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway for the All American 400 next weekend, October 30-November 1.

This year’s All American 400 will see a different format. The event will revert back to a 300-lap race for the Super Late Models and 100-lap event for the Pro Late Models, which was last used in 2013. Both the Super and Pro Late Models have pulled in strong lists of entries with just over a week until the All American 400 weekend.

One former race winner is entered for the All American 400. Donnie Wilson will look to add a second guitar to his collection while fielding another entry for Chandler Smith, who looks for redemption after having a possible win stripped away from him in the final laps one year ago.

Southern Super Series and CARS Super Late Model Tour points leaders Jeremy Pate and Matt Craig have both entered for the race as they look to clinch series championships in the 300-lap finale. Pate faces a tight points battle with former Winchester 400 winner Stephen Nasse and Alabama 200 winner Jake Garcia for the Southern Super Series title.

Meanwhile, Craig is in a battle of his own with Kyle Busch Motorsports driver Sammy Smith and Pinty’s U.S. Short Track Nationals winner Trevor Noles for the CARS Tour title, all of which are entered for the All American 400.

Carson Hocevar enters the event as perhaps the hottest driver in all of short track racing. The Michigan native has scored a multitude of major wins in 2020, with the most recent coming in the 49th Running of the Winchester 400 just over a week ago.

The West Coast will send a contingent of racers, led by multi-time SRL Southwest Tour champion Derek Thorn. Fellow California racers Kyle Neveau and Bob Lyon will join Thorn from the Golden State, while defending Northwest Super Late Model champion Trevor Cristiani and Colorado racer Cody Dempster will make their first starts in the crown jewel.

The ARCA Midwest Tour is set to make their first appearance at the All American 400 in a non-points setting, with Austin Nason and Gabe Sommers leading the way. Wisconsin barnstormer Jeff Storm is set to make his first All American 400 appearance since 2008.

The Northeast will also have a presence at this year’s event, with Mike Hopkins entered. The Maine driver is the defending PASS National Champion.

Former Nashville track champion Willie Allen will once again add a local flavor to the crown jewel. Other drivers entered include Hunter Robbins and Daniel Dye with the Southern Super Series, Kodie Conner and Jeff Batten with the CARS Super Late Model Tour, and former ARCA/CRA Super Series champion Greg Van Alst, Brandon Oakley, Mason Keller and Trever McCoy with CRA, as well as Jennerstown Speedway track champion Albert Francis.

The Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Pro Late Model champion will be crowned during the weekend, with Cole Williams holding a four-point lead over Dylan Fetcho going into the finale. Stephen Nasse, Derek Thorn and Trever McCoy are the three drivers who are currently entered for both events, while reigning All American 400 champion Mason Mingus and Winchester 400 polesitter Cayden Lapcevich also entered for the Pro Late Model portion of the All American 400.

More entries are expected to roll in for both divisions as it gets closer to All American 400 race weekend. Drivers like Bubba Pollard and former track champion Jackson Boone could very well file entries in that time, while other drivers like Brittney Zamora have publicly expressed their intent to compete but have yet to file an entry on the Super Late Model side. With the Pro Late Models, current points runner-up Dylan Fetcho has yet to enter but is expected to be in attendance.

The weekend of racing begins Friday, October 30 with practice for Super and Pro Late Models followed by a racing program for six divisions on the ¼-mile. Saturday action begins at 5:30 with AA 400 qualifying followed by a program of racing for CRA Street Stocks, Vores Compacts, and showdown races for Super and Pro Late Models. Sunday’s action takes the green flag at 1:00 with the 36th running of the All American 400.

More information and advance sale tickets for the event are available at www.nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing and www.trackenterprises.com .

Full entry lists for both divisions can be found below.

Stay tuned to Speed51.com for more information regarding All American 400 weekend.

-Story by: Koty Geyer, Speed51 National Correspondent – Twitter: @kgeyer3

-Photo Credit: Speed51 Photo

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33 Cars Entered as of October 23 at 4pm

#

DRIVER CITY

ST

SPONSORS

MAKE

2

Donnie Wilson Oklahoma City

OK

OKC Auto Works/Wilson Ford Parts

Toyota

10

Brittney Zamora Kennewick

WA

Rackley Roofing

Toyota

14

H Carson Hocevar Portage

MI

GM Parts Now/Precision Fleet Image/Applebee’s/Scotts

Chevrolet

14

O Connor Okrzesik Grand Bay

AL

Sea Tow/Long Health Care/Sullivan Mfg./Paragon Cleaners/Mike Garvey Racing

Chevrolet

14

N Austin Nason Roscoe

IL

Kar Korner/Nason Landscaping/JRS

Ford

15

H Mike Hopkins Hermon

ME

Port City Racecars/JM Builders

Chevrolet

15

S Gabe Sommers Plover

WI

Tasteful Selection Potatoes/Dekalb

Toyota

18

Hunter Robbins Pensacola

FL

Pitboxes.com

Ford

21

Jeremy Pate Pensacola

FL

Cook Electric/LBM/PMC

Chevrolet

22

N Trevor Noles Fuquay-Varina

NC

Noles Cabinets

Toyota

22

O Brandon Oakley Dayton

OH

Hot Head Burritos/Rapid Fire Pizza/Oakley Blacktop

Toyota

24

Cody Dempster Parker

CO

All Temperatures Controlled/Crofutt Truck Repair/Leary Racing Products

Chevrolet

25

Jeff Storm WaterFord

WI

Great Lakes Components/Duramax Trucking/All Pro Mechanical

Chevrolet

26

A Willie Allen Nashville

TN

Malugin Heating & Air/ Mobley Speed/W.A.R. Shocks

Toyota

26

S Chandler Smith Jasper

GA

Smith General Contracting/Quick Tie Products

Toyota

29

Mason Keller Indianapolis

IN

Fatheadz Eyewear/Gedek Trailer Sales/Dailey’s Used Cars/PGG/Aero Race Wheels

Chevrolet

33

Albert Francis Painesville

OH

Rack Hunter Camo/Francis Engineering/Legan Trucking/Able Bulk

Chevrolet

35

G Jake Garcia Monroe

GA

Arrow Creek Investments

Ford

35

K Carson Kvapil Mooresville

NC

Wehrs Machine

Chevrolet

35

V Greg Van Alst Anderson

IN

CB Fabricating

Chevrolet

43

D Daniel Dye Deland

FL

Curb Records/Halifax Health Race To Stop Suicide

Chevrolet

43

T Derek Thorn Bakersfield

CA

Santa Maria Brewing Company/Power Grade Inc.

Toyota

44

Bob Lyon Agua Dulch

CA

Alliance Rental Solutions/Shell Roofing Solutions

Toyota

45

Kodie Connor Kannapolis

NC

CRC industries/Accent Imaging

Toyota

49

Jeff Batten Nashville

NC

Batten Ceramic Tile/Digital Repair

Chevrolet

51

N Stephen Nasse Pinellas Park

FL

All American Concrete

Chevrolet

51

S Sammy Smith Johnston

IA

TMC Transportation

Toyota

54

Matt Craig Kannapolis

NC

C&C Boiler Sales and Service

Chevrolet

71

B Johnny Brazier Lick Skillet

AL

Lasater Farms/Space and Rocket Auto Sales

Ford

71

N Kyle Neveau San Clemente

CA

Santa Monica Brew Work/Axalta/Gordon Fraiser & Assc.

Toyota

81

Jett Noland Clearmont

FL

Noland Roofing/Cypress Ridge Hunting Preserve

Toyota

88

Trever McCoy Caldonia

MI

The Grand Woods Lounge/Amsoil

Chevrolet

90

Trevor Cristiani Boise

ID

Steel Head Metal Corp/Conrad & Bischoff

Chevrolet

 

All American 400 Pro Late Model Entries:

2 Joey Strode

14 David Coble

16 Cayden Lapcevich

17 Chuck Tuck

18 Chase Burda

22 Evan Shotko

27 Joe Ross

29 Hunter Wright

33 Wes Griffith Jr.

43 Dakota Stroup

43T Derek Thorn

46 Cole Williams

51 Stephen Nasse

53 Zachary Tinkle

55 Charlie Keeven

55H Bennie Hamlett

62 William Hale

63 Tracy Green

83 J.P. Crabtree

84 Mason Mingus

88 Trever McCoy

91 Dylan Bates

114 Mike Murray

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