First Look at 56th Snowball Derby Entry List
Nov 7, 2023
The ASA STARS National Tour has issued a statement regarding the lap 212 incident in Sunday's All American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.
"The ASA STARS National Tour has reviewed and acknowledged the contributing factors of the on-track racing incident on the lap 212 restart of Sunday's All American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway," reads the statement.
"ASA STARS National Tour strives to maintain the highest standards in short track pavement racing. The situation, circumstances, and results were not of the high standards we strive for.
"With this, we are reviewing all our procedures in an effort to maintain continuous improvement."
The incident in question took place following a lap 211 restart, where Cole Butcher's car suffered front-end damage during a stack-up as the cars took the green flag. Several drivers spun in the fluid left behind by Butcher's car one lap later, resulting in a multi-car incident.
Despite his own involvement in the incident while leading the race, Ty Majeski was able to secure the ASA STARS National Tour championship.
William Sawalich won the event, assuming the lead following the incident and leading the remainder of the 300-lap distance.