Jaws Gear & Axle Limited Modifieds will have more than $1,250 in awards up for grabs on Sept. 12.

All-American Speedway in Roseville charges into round four of its NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series competition on Sept. 12 with over $1,250 in cash awards for its Jaws Gear & Axle Limited Modifieds, plus the return of the Mini Cup/Bandolero division. 

NASCAR Late Model Twin 35s, Super Stocks, F4s, and Jr. Late Models are also on the seven main event card. The 2020 season is streamed live to www.AllAmericanSpeedway.TV with the grandstands closed due to COVID-19.

The Jaws Gear & Axle Limited Modifieds will battle on Sept. 12, Sept. 26, and Oct. 10 for exciting cash awards each night, courtesy of Jaws Gear and Axle with additional support from Granite Creek Realty.

Jaws Gear & Axle will pay $500 to the winner for the 40-lap feature and will also award $200 for second, $100 for third, and $50 down to seventh position. On Sept. 12th, Granite Creek Realty will pay $50 for the eighth, ninth, and tenth place finishers as well as a $100 Hard Charger.

In addition to the prizes, Jaws Gear is throwing in a $50 bonus awarded to any team who travels more than 100 miles to compete! Jaws Gear & Axle stickers will be available at the pit gate during check in, which must be run to be eligible for prizes.

The kids in the Mini Cup/Bandos return after a thrilling 2019 points battle that saw Kenna Mitchell top Trey Daniels by just one point in the final standings. Both compete in the 2020 Jr. Late Models, leaving the combined division for the track’s youngest racers wide-open for this upcoming event.

Granite Bay’s Cole Moore has won four main events in the NASCAR Late Model division to enjoy a 31-point advantage over Galt’s Matt Wendt in the championship standings. Wendt won round six with a lap-31 maneuver past Michael Mitchell for the win. Fort Bragg’s Kylie Daniels, Reno’s Randy Hedrick, and Roseville’s Shannon Mansch round out the top-five in the standings. Matt Erickson is the other main event winner in the division this year.

2019 Super Stock champion Andrew Peeler has taken over the lead in the track’s Div. III with a sweep of Twin 25s on August 29. Peeler leads Roseville’s Jill Schmidt by two points ahead of Phil Wilkins, Blake Disomma, and Andrew Kemp heading into their fifth race of the year.

Roseville’s Ray Molina has won three out of four F4 main events this season for an 11-point advantage over Nevada’s Rich Innis. Jerry Nunes, Vic Theberge, and Rocklin rookie John Sproule round out the top-five. 16-year-old Aidan Daniels of Fort Bragg leads the Jr. Late Model standings by a single point over Kenna Mitchell, in the series for drivers ages 10-16 years old. Lane Anderson is only eight points out of the lead in third.

For competitor information including rules, forms, and practice registration, visit Participants are required to fill out a COVID-19 waiver and pre-screening form.


All American Speedway wants to thank @the Grounds for their support along with partners such as Jaws Gear & Axle, JM Environmental, Sinister Diesel, and Riebes Auto Parts for making this season possible. Companies interested in supporting these events can contact All American Speedway at (916) 786-2025. Without competitor support and local community partners, these events would not take place.

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