Forrister will make his third start in the No. 5 Wauters Motorsports Toyota Camry Super Late Model and is coming off a 15th place finish last week at 5 Flags Speedway.
“We are making progress and we plan on continuing to go in that direction. I’m learning a lot from Richie (Wauters) who has a plethora of experience in the Super Late Model and NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series as a crew chief / owner. I need to gain more consistency and I think I have a much better handle on that for this weekend in Nashville. Hopefully, we will be able to put it all together and have a strong finish in the All-American 400.”
The 32nd Annual All-American 400 presented by Freeman-Web begins practice and qualifying Saturday, October 1st with the Super Late Model 400 lap event beginning at 12:00pm Sunday, October 2nd.
Speed51.com will provide live PPV coverage of the event.
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