Landon Cling Makes His First Start In The All-American 400

Landon Cling Makes His First Start In The All-American 400

by October 5, 2012 0 comments

Tempe, Arizona (October 5, 2012) The #29 Brad Keselowski Racing Checkered Flag Foundation Dodge of Landon Cling throws his hat in the ring, as he  prepares for the All American 400. Cling said, “This is such an honor to compete in the historical All American 400. The BKR Checkered Flag Foundation crew is more than ready, and we have been preparing for this all season.”

The Arizona native is bringing the heat as he makes his first start in the historical All-American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.  Team manager Gary Crooks said, “This will be Landon’s first start at Nashville. It is a long race, but he has been preparing for this all season. ”

Cling brings a successful 2012 season to the table, as he takes on all 400 laps in the heart of music city Nashville. Crew chief John Killen said, “Landon has had such a competitive season.  He races like a veteran, and always drives a smart race.”
The #29 Brad Keselowski Racing Checkered Flag Foundation Dodge has had 1 win, 5 top-fives, 8 top-tens , and has led 196 laps during his 2012 PASS South season.  Cling said, “We have had a strong season, and I look forward to adding the All American 400 to my resume.”

Catch Landon and the Brad Keselowski Racing crew as they compete in the 28th running of the All-American 400 at Nashville Fairground Speedway on Saturday, October 6th.

About Landon Cling: As a second generation driver, Cling always knew he wanted to race since the day he sat in his dad’s car. Now a well-rounded driver, he brings talent, patience, and a little Arizona flair to the table. Follow the Tempe, Arizona native throughout his PASS South schedule as well as updates through his social media sites.!/landoncling

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