ROSEVILLE, Calif. — All American Speedway will celebrate its 67th year of racing this season, marking its third year under the Bill McAnally Racing Promotions, with 16 nights of action.
The one-third-mile oval will feature championships in NASCAR late model, modified super stock and F4 divisions, in conjunction with youth series in jr. late models and MiniCup/Bandoleros. Drivers have the opportunity to compete for local, state and national honors.
The highlight of the schedule is the Oct. 9 nationally televised ARCA Menards Series West event which will also be championship night for the weekly divisions.
The new Bill McAnally Racing Drivers Academy will anchor six nights while also competing twice in private events. All American Speedway will be the site for a total of 16 Academy main events with races on both Friday and Saturday of each weekend. Fourteen drivers from across the country are expected to compete in 625 horsepower stock cars that share the same chassis components as ARCA and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Special events planned include the BMR Drivers Academy, trailer bashes, UTV racing, a sprint car exhibition, and the Malicious Monster Truck Tour. In addition, the SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour will present three divisions of racing on May 22 and Sept. 18.
All events are contingent on state and local regulations during the COVID-19 pandemic and are subject to change. Live streaming will continue through AllAmericanSpeedway.TV, produced by Short Track Live and affiliated with SPEED SPORT TV.