The Show Me The Money Pro Late Model Series concludes its 2020 season Saturday at Montgomery Motor Speedway. The race will be broadcasted live on Speed51.TV presented by Haney Lifestyle and HMS Motorsport. Before coming to the track or watching live on Speed51.TV, here are 10 Things to Know about this year’s Show Me The Money season finale.
1 – Montgomery Motor Speedway will end their 2020 season this weekend with the Alabama State Championship. Along with the Show Me the Money Pro Late Model Series the Street Stocks will also crown a champion in their class.
2 – Montgomery Motor Speedway is a flat half-mile track in Montgomery, Alabama. Fans who can’t make it to Alabama this weekend can watch live on Speed51.TV.
3 – We love history at Speed51, and we figure it is only fitting that we remind people that 10 years ago Chase Elliott was winning races at Montgomery Motor Speedway. The short track graduate heads into this weekend looking to win a NASCAR Cup Championship. Here is a look back to the team report from his 2010 win at Montgomery.
4 – In the Street Stocks, Charles Davis leads Daniel Jacks and J.C. Clecker by 20 points heading into he final race. Along with the feature race, the Street Stocks will have a Dash for Cash before the features.
5 – For Pro Late Model fans this is one of the final tune ups before we all flock south the Pensacola for the season ending Snowflake 100 as a part of the Snowball Derby weekend. Montgomery has done a fine job in helping Pro Late Model teams have a place to race during the season.
6 – The Show Me the Money Series started in 2009. Whoever wins the title this weekend will be winning their first in this series. Augie Grill, Casey Roderick and Hunter Robbins and John Bolen each have a pair of titles.
7 – The Pro Trucks are a special event at Montgomery this weekend. They don’t normally race at the track, but have been big at Pensacola in the recent years and have been a very entertaining part of the Snowball Derby weekend.
8 – The Show Me The Money Series has Christopher Tullis leading Jake Garcia by 14 points heading into the finale. Both have two wins and look to be locks for winning the championship. Kyle Plott is third in the standings and is not completely out of it, but he would need to win and have some help.
9 – The Pro Late Model race will go 100 laps on Saturday night. We expect a strong field of cars as 50 different drivers have scored points in the four previous races.
10 – Racing gets underway at 6pm CT on Saturday night. There will be an optional practice day on Friday.
-Story by: Elgin Traylor, Speed51 “Stat Boy”
-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo