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All American Speedway

All American Speedway — Roseville, Ca

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Located at the Placer County Fairgrounds in Roseville, CA, the All American Speedway started out as a quarter-mile dirt track that doubled as a rodeo stadium in 1955, and was originally called "Roseville Speedway". Similar to most speedways in the area, the fairgrounds did not build the track specifically for auto racing. But after the success of the Jalopies and Super Modifieds, the track was paved in 1972 and took on the name “All American Speedway".

Almost immediately following that paving, in 1975, the “Rose Classic” race was born. Fans and drivers traveled from as far as Oregon, Washington, and Nevada to be a part of one of the most prestigious races on the west coast. The race featured some of the biggest names of the era. NASCAR stars Mike Skinner, Rick Carelli, Ernie Irvan, Joe Ruttman, and Mike Chase all competed in the early years of the Rose Classic. After a new promoter took on the race, it faded away in the early 90s and is no longer run.

Throughout the track's history, except for a brief period in the late 80s and early 90s, the speedway was known for its Bomber racing. Originally, Bomber races attracted enough cars for d and e-mains and ran full contact racing. The original Bomber class more closely resembled the Enduros of today without the soap and water on the track.

With the addition of the Late Models, WSRA Mini Cups, WSRA Baby Grands, and the Legends of the Pacific, some of the top racers in Northern California will continue to compete at All American Speedway.

Mailing Address

800 All American City Blvd.
Roseville, CA, 95678

Track Address

800 All America City Blvd.
Roseville, CA, 95678
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0.333 Short Track

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10/12/2013 - NASCAR West Roseville, NASCAR K&N Pro Series

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