ROSEVILLE, Calif. (April 8, 2020) – All American Speedway officials are excited to have Sinister Diesel continuing as a sponsor into the 2020 racing season. This will mark the third year of support from the Roseville-based automotive aftermarket retailer.

Sinister Diesel came on board in 2018 as one of the first supporters of Bill McAnally Racing’s promotion of the speedway. The company utilizes the speedway events to entertain customers and employees. Always eager to help, Sinister Diesel has been a part of the track’s community outreach as well.

“Having key partnerships such as Sinister Diesel is essential to making All American Speedway a success,” Promoter Bill McAnally said.

Founder Brian George and Michael Mitchell created Sinister Diesel to change the automotive aftermarket industry. They have a reputation for great customer service, with live telephone support for expert technical advice. Sinister Diesel is American Born and Bred and can be found online at www.SinisterDiesel.com

The 2020 NASCAR weekly racing series season at All American Speedway is shaping up to be a competitive one. Almost 100 drivers have registered their car numbers with intentions to compete. Drivers compete for national, state, and local championships across the season. Eight points paying divisions will be offered, including NASCAR Late Models, Limited Modifieds, Super Stocks, and F4s. Youth racing is staged in the Jr. Late Model and Mini Cup/Bandolero divisions, while the thrilling Trailer Bash and UTV classes will also compete for championships for the first time ever.

The 2020 season opener is tentatively slated for May 16th. For more information about the All American Speedway, visit www.AllAmericanSpeedway.com

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