(LAKELAND, FL) The 19th Annual Online All American 400, one of the longest running online races, is now in the books. The 19th edition of the race brought about a new format and new date, after running Saturday nights since 2006, and running last year a week later in the year. This time around, the All American 400 settled on a Wednesday-Thursday format with 200 lap events for the Super Late Model Tour Wednesday and the Pro Late Model on Thursday.
Dale Owen led 138 laps en route to victory in Wednesday’s Super Late Model 200 after starting on the pole. That race featured 10 cautions for 50 laps as 30 drivers took to the 3/4 mile USA International Speedway. Jared Mogard was second, followed by Ty Hester third, Travis Wright and Jonathan Holstein rounded out the top five.
Thursday’s Pro Late Model 200 saw more cautions, as drivers adjusted to a car many had not driven since 2013. 15 cautions flew and slowed the field for 77 of the 200 laps. Jordan Harnish led 108 laps but it was Jason Galvin taking the win. Jonathan Holstein was second, Mitch Brown third, Jordan Harnish fourth and Pete Baskins fifth.
The 20th Annual Online All American 400 will run the same format, with dates confirmed to be November 8th and 9th, 2017.