Nate Caruth Prepares For His First All American 400

by October 5, 2012 0 comments

Ames, Iowa (October 5, 2012) The #19 Brad Keselowski Racing Checkered Flag Foundation Dodge of Nate Caruth will make his first start in the 28th running of the All American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. Caruth said, “It is such an honor to run at this historical track.” Caruth continued, “We are taking this season one race at a time. This is a big race, but just like our season, we will take it one lap at a time.”

Caruth’s impressive season continues to build, as he takes on the PASS South Series for his 2012 rookie season.  Crew chief Seth Holbrook said, “I am very proud of Nate. He has grown so much this season, and continues to impress me each race.” Caruth has earned 5 top-fives, 7 top tens, 1 fast qualifier, and led 7 laps. The Iowa native is bringing a little Midwestern flavor to the music city, as he prepares to battle 400 laps around Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.

Team Manager Gary Crooks added, “Nate continues to impress me each race weekend. This is a long race, but he has been preparing for this throughout the season.” Crooks continued, “He is a talented driver, and I know he will do great.”

The 18-degree banked oval has embedded its history into the heart of music city Nashville. The historical track is a well known staple in the racing world. Catch Nate 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.

Press Release
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