ROSEVILLE, Calif. (May 24, 2024) – The highly-anticipated 70th season of stock car racing at All American Speedway powered by Roseville Toyota finally opens on June 1st with the NASCAR Edge of Summer. The NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series championship racing action gets underway along with the first hard-hitting NAPA Auto Parts Trailer Bash of 2024, followed by post-race fireworks lighting up the sky! Photo by Don Thompson

Grandstands open at 4:00pm with heat races getting underway at 5:00pm. Opening ceremonies are at 6:00pm and will feature a tribute to local military veterans and a parade of local quarter midget racers. Tickets for NASCAR Edge of Summer are available online at All seats are general admission, priced at $20 for adults, juniors ages 6-12 are $15, and kids 5 & under are FREE!

The large card of racing at the one-third mile asphalt oval @the Grounds includes JM Environmental Wild West Super Series Late Models, Berco Redwood Pro Late Models, Velocity Solar Modifieds, NAPA Super Stocks, F4s, Pressler Properties INEX NorCal Legends, and Jr. Late Models competing. Over 300 laps of racing is planned.

Race fans can check out the first NAPA Auto Parts Trailer Bash of the year for $1000 to win! Drivers have to both finish first and have their trailer still attached after 15 laps of full-contact racing to be the race winner. A $250 Master of Disaster and a $250 Best Appearing car will be determined by fan participation as well.

The 2023 inaugural Wild West Super Series season brought high-speed Super Late Model racing to Roseville for five exciting races. Napa’s Dylan Zampa won the series championship on the strength of two wins and three second-place finishes. Other winners included fellow former track champions Eric Schmidt of Roseville and Granite Bay’s Cole Moore. The Super Series brings together champion drivers from all over Northern California to compete in 100-lap features for a record purse of $3,000 to win and $400 to start.

NASCAR Berco Redwood Pro Late Models will race for local, state, regional, and national points in 2024 as the premier division in the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series. Josh Whitfield of Roseville prevailed in the 2023 series ahead of Fort Bragg’s Trey Daniels and Atwater’s Jason Aguirre, but will face stiff competition throughout the year. A 40-lap main event is on tap.

A strong contingent of Velocity Solar Modifieds are expected for Saturday’s 30-lap race. Rocklin’s Tyler Wentworth won the championship ahead of Loomis’ Nick Lyons and Roseville’s Cody Rickard. Several names of the past are aiming to return to Roseville for the Modified races during the track’s 70th season including Will Harmon, Marshel Meadows, Bud Anderson, Richard Poppert, and Brad Cobabe.

Josh Whitfield dominated the 2023 NAPA Auto Parts Super Stocks action with seven main event wins and the track championship. Dixon’s Tim Walters, Roseville’s Roy Smith, Antelope’s Terry Thomas, Jr., and Roseville’s Phil Wilkins rounded out the top-five in the standings. The battle for the title begins this weekend in a 30-lap race.

For the first time in Roseville, INEX Legends cars will race for a track championship presented by Pressler Properties. The track championship will open alongside the competitors of the NorCal Legends Series. Extra large Legends touring series fields thrilled fans over the last two years at the speedway. Legends cars are spec 5/8ths scale race cars built in Concord, North Carolina and raced worldwide. A 35-lap feature is on tap for Saturday along with a possible 20-lap B-Main.

The popular F4 division is all-new in 2024 with a new rule book, combined with the Stockton 99 Speedway competitors under the “NorCal Mini Stocks” banner. Many of Roseville’s favorites return this season but will duke it out with some popular champions at Stockton and other speedways throughout the west. F4s kick off their new era in a 30-lap main event this weekend. Roseville’s Matthew Fuhs topped Rocklin’s John Sproule, Orangevale’s Mario Novelli, Elverta’s Ray Molina, and Vic Theberge of Citrus Heights for the 2023 championship.

The West Coast’s youngest stock car drivers race in the Jr. Late Model Series. Prior division champions include some of the best in the west such as Loomis’ Kenna Mitchell, Fort Bragg’s Trey Daniels, and Martinez’ Vito Cancilla. Drivers ages 10-16 years old compete in a 25-lap feature with extra AAMCO of Auburn bonus cash up for grabs.

All American Speedway would like to thank Roseville Toyota, JM Environmental, Velocity Solar, Pressler Properties, NAPA Auto Parts, Berco Redwood, Sinister Diesel, A-All Mini Storage, AAMCO of Auburn, Bob Jahn’s Roofing, Pape Material Handling, Atlas Disposal, Moose Lodge Roseville, Planet Auto Self Serve, Auto Gator, and Hoosier Tire for all they do to support the motorsports community.

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Celebrating 70 years of NASCAR roaring into Roseville! Subject to Change

May 31 Friday Practice

June 1 NASCAR Edge of Summer: Super Series Late Models, Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, F4s, NorCal Legend Series, Jr. Late Models, Spectator Drags + Fireworks

June 7-9 Closed for NASCAR at Sonoma Raceway

June 20-23 See you at the Placer County Fair!

August 23 Friday Practice

August 24 NASCAR Summer Classic: Super Series Late Models, Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, F4s, Legends, Demolition Derby + Fireworks

September 6 Friday Practice

September 7 NASCAR First Responder’s Night: Super Series Late Models, Pro Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, F4s, NorCal Legend Series, Jr. Late Models, Trailer Bash + Fireworks

October 4 Friday Practice

October 5 NASCAR/ARCA West Series, Super Series Late Models, CARS Tour West Pro Late Models, Legends, Jr. Late Models + Fireworks

October 19 Monster Truck Bash, Super Stocks and F4s

November 1 Friday Practice

November 2 NASCAR Fall Shootout Championship Night! Details TBA

TBD: Champions Celebration @the Grounds

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