All American 400 History


The All American 400 is the longest running online race, and has been held since 1998, when it was sanctioned by the United Shorttrack Alliance (USA Series).  The American Sim Racing Series assumed the sanctioning of the event in 2005 and has held the event each year since.  In 2011, the All American 400 moved to iRacing for the first time.

Beginning with the 2014 race, the All American 400 took on a new look as the Super Late Model became the standard issue car for the event.  In 2016, the event reverts back to the twin-200 lap event format that was used successfully in the late 2000’s.