Found October 06, 2011 on Frontstretch:
By Matt Kentfield from Speed51 What was set to be the penultimate event in the 2011 CRA Super Series schedule and a major part of a historic event is no longer. CRA announced today that the Super Late Model series will no longer be a part of the All-American 400 weekend at Tennessee’s Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, held on October 29th and 30th, according to series co-owner R.J. Scott via a press release. According to Scott, series officials and new track promoter and former NASCAR Nationwide Series regular Bobby Hamilton, Jr. discussed the event and left the conversation mutually agreeing that the CRA Super Late Models would not be a part of this year’s All-American 400 weekend. “Unfortunate circumstances surrounding the Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville led us to the need to part ways for this event,” said Scott. “There were too many questions surrounding the weekend, and its a big expense for the teams to plan to travel there, with questions still unanswered. “Bobby...
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