The sights and sounds of the All American 400

Cumberland Rubber Racing

The All American 400 race was cut short for the #114 car. The Cumberland Rubber/ The Vaden Group Chevrolet with a strong run and had gained more than nine positions when a car pile-up occurred. Even more frustrating, it almost looked like Mike Murry was going to slip through the wreckage.

The end result with Mike Murray out, the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Pro Late Model championship came down to two drivers and who would finish ahead of the other. Dylan Fetcho finished third compared to a seventh for Cole Williams, giving Fetcho his first track championship at the 5/8-mile oval and putting his name among the likes of Darrell Waltrip and Sterling Marlin as Nashville track champions.

Sights and sounds of the All American 400

All American 400 – Pro Late Model Results

  1. Stephen Nasse
  2. Michael House
  3. Dylan Fetcho
  4. Trey Craig
  5. Austin Wilson
  6. Kyle Ivey
  7. Cole Williams
  8. Chase Burda
  9. Daniel Bolden
  10. Jim Wall
  11. Bennie Hamlett
  12. JoJo Wilkinson
  13. Hunter Wright
  14. Max McDonald
  15. Chase Johnson
  16. J.P. Crabtree
  17. Derek Thorn
  18. Dakota Stroup
  19. Evan Shotko
  20. Willie Allen
  21. William Hale
  22. Michael Bolden
  23. Hudson Halder
  24. Zachary Tinkle
  25. Wes Griffith Jr
  26. Mike Murray
  27. Billy Sisco
  28. Bryson Shaffer
  29. Trever McCoy
  30. Davey Coble
  31. Mark Day
  32. Stacey Crain