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For the first time in the 47-year history of the most prestigious race in short track racing, 51 TV is offering every race fan, regardless of their location, the chance to see the biggest short track race in North America for just $24.99 on Sunday.

 

CLICK HERE TO ORDER THE SNOWBALL DERBY BROADCASTS ON 51 TV

 

But it gets even better.  For $54.99 you can access all four nights of racing action from Pensacola.  That breaks down to a price of $13.75 a day to watch some of the best racing action in the country.

 

The 47th Annual Snowball Derby is the first signature broadcast for 51 TV. This isn’t just a web stream with one camera and the track PA feed for commentary. This is a 10-camera production, with veteran NASCAR broadcaster Bob Dillner on the call for the Snowball Derby. Veteran motorsports broadcaster Derek Pernesiglio will be roaming pit road with two other pit reporters as well.

 

In addition to the racing on the track on Sunday afternoon, 51 TV will feature a two hour pre-race show to get you ready for the “Granddaddy of all short track races.”

 

 

The 47th Annual Snowball Derby kicks off on Wednesday, December 3 with the Cat Country/WEAR TV3 Green Flag Party. As the teams unload and begin the tech process, from 5-9 p.m. fans can meet the drivers and see the cars that will compete during Snowball Derby Weekend.

 

The first on-track activity of the week comes on Thursday, as practice for the Super and Pro Late Models commence. Later that evening, qualifying and feature action for the Five Flags Speedway Butler U-Pull-It Bomber and Beef O’Brady’s Sportsmen divisions will take place.

 

On Friday, December 5, it is NASH 102.7 Pole Night, as the top 30 in Snowball Derby qualifying will be locked into Sunday’s 300-lap feature. More practice for the Snowball Derby and Snowflake 100 cars will take place, as well as a full card of Super Stock and Modified action.

 

Then on Saturday, December 6, it’s the Allen Turner Hyundai Snowflake 100 time trials, qualifying races and the 100-lap feature, plus final practice for the Snowball Derby cars, a 50-lap Pro Trucks feature and a 50-lap last-chance qualifying race to lock the final cars into the Snowball Derby.

 

Finally, the 47th Annual Snowball Derby will then go green on Sunday, December 7 at 2 p.m. ET at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, FL.

 

The full 47th Annual Snowball Derby weekend schedule is available at www.snowballderby.com.

 

Tickets and reserved camping spots are still available, but going fast. To order tickets or to reserve a camping spot, call the Five Flags Speedway box office at (850) 944-8400.

 

For more information about Five Flags Speedway and the 47th Annual Snowball Derby weekend, please visit www.5flagsspeedway.com, www.snowballderby.com or contact the track by calling (850) 944-8400.

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