Here are 10 things to know about the Pro Late Model showcase on Sunday.
1 – The Pro Late Model Portion of the All American 400 will be 100 laps.
2 – There have been four different winners this season at Nashville in the Pro Late Model events. Brittney Zamora became the first female to win in the featured division during their last race. Blaine Rocha, Willie Allen, Cody Coughlin and Michael House also have wins this year.
3 – A total of six drivers are planning to run both the Pro Late Model and Super Late Model portions of the All American 400. Dylan Fetcho, Cody Coughlin, Hunter Wright, Cole Williams, Jackson Boone and Michael House are the drivers attempting double-duty.
4 – Nashville’s Pro Late Model division will crown a champion on Sunday afternoon as a part of the All American 400 Sunday. Michael House leads the points by 42 markers over Dylan Fetcho.
5 – Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, TN is the backdrop for the All American 400 this weekend. This race has been a major event for Super Late Models since it’s first installment in 1981. Pro Late Models have been the featured division at the track in local racing action since the mid-2000’s.
6 – Rock and Hip Hop recording artist Kid Rock will be the grand marshal for the race on Sunday.
7 – The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour co-sanctions the Pro Late Model portion of the All American 400. It will be a non-points event for that series, which crowned Cody Coughlin as its 2021 champion during Winchester 400 weekend at Winchester Speedway.
8 – 21 of the 40 entries come from the state of Tennessee and they hope to defend the turf as the outside drivers come to steal the Nashville Guitar.
9 – As of October 27, 44 cars were entered for the Pro Late Model feature during the All American 400.
10 – Speed51.TV will be the online streaming place for all racing action at the Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville.