• If you’re unable to make it to the track, you can watch the race live on Speed51.com. Click here to purchase a live video ticket.

 

  • You can find updates throughout the day by following Speed51.com’s Trackside Now coverage presented by PFC Brakes.

 

  • This is the first time the race has been completed on a Tuesday night.  It’s also the first time the race has been completed under the lights.

 

  • Reserved Snowball Derby ticket holders who are not able to attend the race can watch a replay of the Speed51.com broadcast for free starting Wednesday. Those fans need to create a free account on Speed51.com and email their username to [email protected]

 

  • The starting lineup for today’s race has changed with Clay Jones withdrawing and Dalton Armstrong taking over the 35th starting position. See the full lineup here.

 

  • The race will feature controlled cautions. This means that drivers will not lose position relative to the other cars that visit pit road during a caution.

 

  • There’s a 47-year difference between the youngest and oldest starter in Tuesday’s Snowball Derby. Read more about it here.

 

  • Despite cars being covered over the last two days, precipitation found its way inside the cockpit of many of the race cars on pit road. The teams of Augie Grill and Casey Roderick were forced to switch out ignition boxes. Teams were allowed to heat their oil, prime their engine, check ignition wires and check electrical wires on the grid in the infield.

 

  • Fans coming to Five Flags Speedway can purchase event photos and the brand new vintage Speed51.com t-shirts on the midway.

 

  • Augie Grill will have a chance to become the first driver to win both the Snowflake 100 and Snowball Derby in the same year.

10 Things to Know About Tonight’s 49th Annual Snowball Derby