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NASCAR at All American Speedway October 12, 2013




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Bill McAnally Racing Promotions, BMRP is proud to announce that on October 12, 2013 the NASCAR K&N Series will visit All American Speedway at the Roseville Placer County Fairgrounds, in Roseville, California.

BMR has promoted this exciting event for the past 6 seasons and it's now considered a regular stop on the NASCAR K & N Series schedule.

This event is a favorite for all the fans in the strong Sacramento market arena as well as the race teams.

Last October the NASCAR K&N Series event at All American Speedway had 31 entries for 24 start positions, unfortunately sending 7 teams home, without the opportunity to race. A high demand of interest by drivers and their teams for the All American Speedway in Roseville creates good racing and exciting entertainment for fans. Toyota and NAPA Auto Parts will be the title sponsors for the BIG Night of NASCAR Racing in 2013.

Bill McAnally Racing Promotions rents the All American Speedway from Placer County Fair Board to host and draw NASCAR enthusiasts to the area for an exhilarating good time. This event brings National exposure to Roseville and has become Placer  County's largest single day event filling local hotels more than any other event throughout the year.

BMR pride themselves in making sure that each years' event surpasses the previous year.

2013 is surely to be the BIGGEST & THE BEST. The 2013 affair will host Local NASCAR Whelen Late Models, The Legends and a Special Guest Driver and 2 time Daytona 500 Winner, "Michael Waltrip", in the NASCAR K&N "Toyota NAPA Auto Parts 150" in Roseville.

www.allamericanspeedway.com/‎





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