All American Speedway

All American Speedway is located in Roseville, California.
Racing at this location contains: 1/4 mile paved oval, NASCAR.


 

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Beautiful day of practice here at All American Speedway for the first time in 2020! Photos by Don Thompson ...

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ALL AMERICAN SPEEDWAY APPROVED FOR TESTING ON JUNE 20TH

All payment and paperwork must be submitted in advance of the practice day to encourage safety and distancing. Visit www.AllAmericanSpeedway.com/competition for details

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (June 12, 2020) – All American Speedway has been approved by local and state officials for reopening of operations, beginning with a Test and Tune on Saturday, June 20th. With the state of California moving into stage three of its industry guidance, the speedway in Roseville, Calif. was approved for events without spectators by both Placer County and @the Grounds.

Saturday’s testing will have limited space available with pre-registration required. The cost is $100 per car and driver and $40 for additional pit passes. Practice will run from noon to 4pm with pit gates opening at 11am.

Temperatures will be taken upon entry into the venue and distancing of six feet from others will be required. Trucks, trailers, and cars will be assigned to pit stalls with a minimum of 12 feet between each team as well. Both the registration forms and the complete health guidelines are available at www.AllAmericanSpeedway.com

All American Speedway and Bill McAnally Racing Promotions are looking forward to racing and having fans in the grandstands as soon as it is approved. The speedway and its officials are excited to open the gates to get cars back onto the one-third mile paved oval and is committed to moving forward as safely as possible.

2020 marks the 66th year of operations for the All American Speedway.

For event updates, please follow All American Speedway on its official website www.AllAmericanSpeedway.com or on the track social media pages.
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ALL AMERICAN SPEEDWAY 2020 OPERATIONS UPDATE

ROSEVILLE, CALIF. (May 30, 2020) - We wanted to provide an update on our requests for practice at the All American Speedway. On Friday afternoon, we had our fifth request for practices declined. We are required to receive approval from Dr. Amy Sisson, Public Health Director for Placer County. “

Here is the latest response we received from Dr. Sisson:
“No sector or activity can resume operation until the State has posted guidance for how to do so safely on its website. The governor refers to this as the “how.” Once the State has posted guidance for a sector on its website, it is up to each local health officer to determine when that sector can resume operations—this is the “when.” The State has not posted any guidance for how entertainment venues like the All American Speedway can safely resume…no county can move any faster than the State allows.”

Until the state provides additional guidance, we are unable to resume activities at the speedway. We felt we should share with you that we are pushing hard. All American Speedway appreciates the efforts of the racers and the support from our fans and sponsors. We understand how much we all have invested in the speedway and we are doing all we can to return as soon as possible.

Please follow us on Facebook or at our website www.AllAmericanSpeedway.com for the latest updates. You can also join our email list as well.

www.allamericanspeedway.com/news/all-american-speedway-2020-operations-update/
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ALL AMERICAN SPEEDWAY - ROSEVILLE CA

This week we throwback to the inaugural season of Bill McAnally Racing Promotions at All American Speedway with action from August 18th, 2018. This event includes an exciting 60 lap Limited Modified feature! ...

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This week we throwback to the inaugural season of Bill McAnally Racing Promotions at All American Speedway with action from August 18th, 2018. This event includes an exciting 60 lap Limited Modified feature! ...

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This week's All American Racing features great battling in the NASCAR Limited Modified division, where twin main events brought out an unmatched intensity level. May 4, 2019 was one of our favorite nights of the season! ...

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This week's All American Racing features great battling in the NASCAR Limited Modified division, where twin main events brought out an unmatched intensity level. May 4, 2019 was one of our favorite nights of the season! ...

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ALL AMERICAN SPEEDWAY SRL EVENT FOR MAY 16 POSTPONED

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (May 4, 2020) – Officials from the All American Speedway and the SRL Southwest Tour have postponed the JM Environmental Inc. Wild West Shootout SRL and NASCAR Weekly event scheduled for May 16. Due to California’s statewide stay at home guidelines, racing will not take place as scheduled.

The safety of competitors and the community is of immense importance to NASCAR and the All American Speedway. When the guidelines are lifted, Bill McAnally Racing Promotions intends to run all events that were postponed.

“This is an event we were looking forward to and the racers in these series always put on a great show,” Promoter Bill McAnally said. “We will do everything in our power to reschedule this race for our race fans.”

McAnally thanks the racing community for their interest in, and support of, the track’s 2020 season. The next scheduled event for the 66th season of racing in Roseville is slated for June 13.

For event updates, please follow All American Speedway on its official website www.AllAmericanSpeedway.com or on the track social media pages.
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