Super Late Model stars from north and south of the Mason-Dixon Line will meet at Hickory Motor Speedway (NC) for a showdown during the $15,000-to-win Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown on Saturday, November 18. Race fans worldwide will be able to watch all of the excitement from the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) 2017 season finale via a live pay-per-view video broadcast on Speed51.com.
Video tickets for the live broadcast of the race on Speed51.com are now available for purchase for $24.99.
Currently, a stout list of 30 drivers are on the entry list for the 300-lap PASS Super Late Model race. 2017 PASS North champion Travis Benjamin and current PASS South points leader Matt Craig are both on the entry list and highlight the North vs. South battle.
Drivers from Maine, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Georgia, Michigan, Washington, California and Pennysvlania are currently entered for the race. Additionally, three Canadian provinces – Nova Scotia, Ontario and British Columbia – are also represented.
“The Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown is a can’t-miss event for Super Late Model race fans from both north and south of the Mason-Dixon Line,” said Speed51.com Editor Brandon Paul. “With big money on the line, the race serves as one final hurrah for the 2017 PASS season with the best of the best battling it out for bragging rights. We’re thrilled to be able to bring the excitement of this race to those unable to make it to North Carolina.”
In addition to the cool $15,000 check that will be on the line, two champions will also be crowned on Saturday, November 18.
Craig will look to wrap up his second straight PASS South title and enters the finale with a 78-point advantage over 2015 champion Tate Fogleman. Meanwhile, Ben Rowe will be searching for his fifth career PASS National championship as he enters the MegaMeltdown with a 29-point lead over fellow Maine driver Dave Farrington, Jr.
By purchasing a live video ticket for the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown at Hickory, race fans will be able to watch Super Late Model qualifying, Super Late Model consolation races (if needed), the 50-lap Must See Racing Sprint Cars feature and the 300-lap Super Late Model main event.
The live video feed will feature multiple camera angles around the historic short track racing facility and live audio from the track’s public address system.
Speed51 Network yearly subscribers will receive 10% off the purchase of a live pay-per-view ticket.
To order your live Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown video ticket today, click here.
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