Josh Brock heads back to Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville this weekend in the hunt for an All American 400 victory.  With plans to attend the last two All American 400 events, that were both cancelled due to weather, the Kentucky driver is looking forward to his first time behind the wheel on the big race.

“We’ve been waiting for this race for over a year now,” said Brock.  “It’s always been a race I’ve wanted to get to and I’m excited it’s finally happening.  It’s a lot of laps and obviously some strategy for Sunday, but I’m confident that we will have a good game plan and I know we can be one of the cars to contend for the win.”

Brock’s confidence heading into the All American 400 weekend is high, and it should be.  He was the winner of the spring ARCA/CRA Super Series race at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, bringing home his first ever guitar.

“We were really good there in the spring,” said Brock.  “Obviously it showed with us getting the win, but I felt we were a top car all weekend.  With a good baseline and knowing how strong we ran here earlier in the year, I’m definitely looking forward to getting back there this weekend.  It was special to win that guitar and hopefully we can add another one to the collection on Sunday.

Fans who cannot get to Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville for this year’s All American 400 can watch the event live on on Sunday afternoon.