ROSEVILLE, Calif. – All American Speedway has partnered with SPEED SPORT to become part of the SPEED SPORT Network under the All American Speedway TV banner.
Racing returns to Roseville on Saturday night with round one of the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series at the third-mile paved oval. The event will be closed to spectators and streamed live on SPEED SPORT Network affiliate All American Speedway TV.
NASCAR Late Models, Jaws Gear & Axle Limited Modifieds, Super Stocks, F4s, Jr. Late Models, and Bandolero/Mini Cups will begin their drive for 2020 track championships.
Race fans can visit www.AllAmericanSpeedway.TV to purchase their live viewing pass for $19.99 in high definition. The pass is also good for 30 days after the event to view it on demand.
The 66th season of stock car racing in Roseville includes events on Aug. 1, Aug. 15, Aug. 29, Sept. 12, Sept. 26, and the October Classic on Oct. 10.
Touring stock car racing includes the SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour on both Aug. 15 and Sept. 26, along with the ARCA Menards Series West on Oct. 10.
The NASCAR Late Model competition will see drivers racing for state and national titles, with ARCA Menards Series West rookies Gracie Trotter and Holley Hollan joining the division to gain additional stock car experience against the best in the west.
Awards up for grabs include the NASCAR championship points fund, with more than $15,000 in cash and prizes. The points fund includes $3,500 to the Div. 1 Late Model champion, $1,000 to the Div. II Limited Modified champion, $700 to the Div. III Super Stock champion, and $500 to the Div. IV F4 champion.
Competition Carburetion will offer “Send-It” cash bonuses this weekend with Late Models (second twin), Jaws Gear & Axle Limited Modifieds, Jr. Late Models, and Super Stocks each racing for $125, $75, and $50 for the top-three finishers.
Fastest lap cash will also be offered with $50 going to the fastest car in each of those divisions. American Racer West will award a tire to a randomly selected driver at each event. Hunt’s Race World and K&N Filters are also offering contingency bonuses.
NASCAR licenses will be required. Friday practice will be $100 per car and driver registration with $40 for other pit passes.
Registration for Friday practice closes at 5 p.m. on Thursday. On Saturday, pit passes will be $40 for NASCAR members and $50 for non-members.