Roseville, CA – (January 18, 2010) – As the local and national 2010 car racing seasons gear up, NASCAR sanctioned All American Speedway in Roseville has announced its 2010 racing schedule and it includes something for everyone.
NASCAR Championship Whelen All American Late Model racing, plus Bombers, Modifieds, Street Stocks, USAC Sprint Cars, Legends, USAC Midgets, WSRA, NCMA, Ford Focus Midgets and more.
Bill McAnally Racing is bringing back the K&N Pro Series West (formerly Camping World West Series) season opener on March 27. The Toyota Napa 150 along with SRL and Legends racing also kicks off the 2010 season for All American Speedway. The second K&N Pro Series race will be on Saturday, October 16.
Competition is fierce at the track, which makes for exciting Saturday night racing. In addition, the track welcomes back Frank Vincent as the Director of Competition at the .333-mile asphalt oval at the Placer County Fairgrounds. Vincent previously held the position in 2008, but due to personal circumstances had to resign at the end of that year.
Vincent has been involved with racing for many years, first as a mechanic, then as a driver, and finally as a crew chief. I enjoyed my days behind the wheel, Vincent said, but Ive always considered myself a better crew chief than a driver. Vincent spent last year as crew chief for Late Model driver Katie Hagar at Madera and Stockton 99.
I hope to build on past experience. My method maybe a little different, as I look at the Saturday night racing position as being sort of a head coach to my team of chosen officials.
Im happy to say I will have assistance from past DOC Rick Poppert. This will free me up to be a better race director. The application of tech officials for the 2010 season guarantees the best possible situation imaginable. Without a first class support team and their commitment, it wouldnt be possible to achieve the high standards the racing community expects.
The track opens for the season with a Play Day on Saturday, March 6. The first NASCAR Camping World West Series race is on Saturday, March 27, and the first NASCAR championship race is Saturday, April 3.
AAS features some of the most talented drivers on the West Coast. Late Model drivers from AAS often move up to the NASCAR K&N West Series, which is the developmental series for the NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series.
For tickets, the main gates open at 4:00 p.m. on race days. The Placer County Fair administration office is open for ticket sales Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The speedway is located at 800 All America City Boulevard, Roseville, CA 95678. 916.786.2025. Email the track at firstname.lastname@example.org, or for more information go to: www.allamericanspeedway.com.