All American Speedway

Feb 14, 2024

All American Speedway in Roseville, California, stands as a testament to the enduring appeal of racing, a mere 20 miles away from the state's Capitol. Since its inception in 1955, this NASCAR-sanctioned, 1/3-mile paved oval racetrack has been a hub for motorsport enthusiasts. Initially a quarter-mile in length, the track underwent significant renovation before the 2008 season, expanding to its current size and enhancing its capacity to host high-octane racing events.

From 1977 to 1982, the speedway was the scene of five NASCAR Winston Grand National West Series events, marking an era of competitive racing that contributed to its prestige. The renovation prior to 2008 has ushered in a new chapter with the venue hosting sixteen ARCA Menards Series West races since then, in addition to being a regular stop for the SRL Southwest Tour, showcasing its versatility and appeal to various racing circuits.

2024 marks a significant milestone for All American Speedway as it celebrates 70 years of racing heritage in Roseville. This year, the speedway embarks on a new era under the collaboration between Bill McAnally Racing Promotions (BMRP) and the Huddleston family, with the latter taking on the role of event promoters. This partnership is poised to continue the legacy of thrilling motorsports entertainment that BMRP has established, setting the stage for the future of racing in Northern California.

The 2024 racing season promises to be action-packed, spanning from March 23 to October 19. It kicks off with the SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour and features the NASCAR Pro Late Models as the Division 1 class. The season includes competitions in Super Series Late Models, NASCAR Modifieds, Super Stocks, F4s, and Jr. Late Models. Legends cars will also take center stage in six events, including rounds in the NorCal Legends Series. The highlight of the season will undoubtedly be the annual NASCAR/ARCA West Series race on October 5, complemented by the debut season of the CARS Tour West Pro Late Models and local championship racing. Adding to the excitement, Monster Trucks will make their mark with shows on April 13 and October 19, ensuring fans of all ages are entertained.

All American Speedway's 2024 schedule not only celebrates its storied past but also signals a bright future for racing in Roseville, blending tradition with innovation to deliver a racing experience that continues to draw fans from all over Northern California and beyond.