Broadcast Announced for SLM / PLM Finale at Five Flags

Saturday night, an exciting season of Late Model racing concludes at Five Flags Speedway with the Night of Champions.  Fans unable to attend the event at the famed half-mile will be able to watch the Blizzard Series and Allen Turner Pro Late Model champions crowned on Speed51.TV.




Saturday’s race will be available on Speed51.TV via a pay-per-view broadcast for $19.99.  Fans will be able to watch both the Allen Turner Pro Late Model 100-lap final and the 150-lap conclusion to the Blizzard Series season.


Three drivers enter Saturday’s Blizzard Series final within 15 points of the title and a guaranteed starting spot in December’s Snowball Derby.  Bubba Pollard leads the points standings on the strength of two wins, while Stephen Nasse sits just nine points back.  Jeremy Pate lurks in third, 15 points behind with a chance to spoil the party.


For the Allen Turner Pro Late Models, Chris Davidson enters Saturday night with a 20-point advantage over young gun Grant Thompson.  Davidson won the Pro Late Model season opener at Five Flags, while Thompson is searching for his first Five Flags victory in the famed Augie Grill No. 112.


The event also marks the last chance for racers to compete at Five Flags Speedway before the 53rd Annual Snowball Derby on December 2-6.  The finale traditionally brings several drivers in both Pro Late Model and Super Late Model competition who have not competed at Five Flags throughout the year, looking for some track time ahead of the Snowball Derby and Snowflake 100.


The live broadcast on Speed51.TV will begin at approximately 4:30 p.m. CT / 5:30 p.m. ET for qualifying rounds.


Click here to order your pay-per-view ticket for Saturday’s race on the new Speed51.TV, and watch an exciting Late Model Doubleheader on the last stop of the Road to the Snowball Derby.


-Story by: Zach Evans, Speed51 Content Supervisor – Twitter: @ztevans

-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo

Broadcast Announced for SLM / PLM Finale at Five Flags