- Carson Hocevar returns to the cockpit of KBR Development’s #14 Scott’s, Precision Fleet Image, Berger Chevrolet Super Late Model this weekend. Hocevar will compete at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, in the crown jewel All American 400.
– Hocevar looks to make just his second Super Late Model start at the historic Nashville fairgrounds, previously competing on April 7, 2018 with the ARCA CRA Super Series. In addition, Hocevar drove KBR’s #28 ARCA Menards Series GMPartsNow.com Chevrolet on May 5 of this year, where he finished fourth.
- Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville will host the 35th Annual All American 400, paying $22,000 to the winner. Pay-per-view coverage of the ‘civil war on wheels’ is available through Speed51.com for $19.99.
– Updates throughout the race weekend can be found on KBR Development’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. Teams will practice and qualify on Saturday, November 2, with the 400-lap spectacle set to roll off on Sunday, November 3 at approximately 3:00 p.m. ET.
"The All American 400 is such a unique race. I’m excited to get down there with the KBR guys and take my stab at the crown jewel event. We qualified sixth there last year before it rained out, so hopefully we can improve on that and translate that to race strong. I haven’t been in one of our Precision Fleet Image, Scott’s, Berger Chevrolet Super Late Model’s in a while, so we’ll have to kick the dust off and really focus up. Hopefully we’ll have a car good enough to get the job done Sunday afternoon."