Alabama

Mobile International Speedway – The 2015 season is complete and Wayne Niedecken Jr, was the track Pro Late Model champion as Casey Smith won the Super Late Model title.

 

Montgomery Motor Speedway – Saw Georgia rule in the Alabama 200 for the third year in a row as Chase Elliott captured the race for a second time.  The 2015 season is complete as this past weekend was the final weekend of racing for the year.  Montgomery also saw Donald Crocker win the Modifeds of Mayhem event on Sunday afternoon.

 

South Alabama Speedway – Jamie Bowers beat out Johnny Otto for the win the Street Stock Madness feature.  Championship night will take place on September 26.

 

Florida

Auburndale Speedway – Brandon Morris won the 50-lap Sportsman race this past weekend.   The next Late Model race will be on October 10.

 

Citrus County Speedway – Sportsman cars will have a 50-lap race the Benny Stevenson / Lenny Brown Memorial event.  Racing starts at 6pm on Saturday.

 

Desoto Speedway – Kenny Gibson won the lone race in the Bombers class before the rains came washing out the rest of the night.  Winged Sprint cars and double features for the trucks will be on the card next weekend.

 

Five Flags Speedway – The Pro Late Models will wrap up on September 19 and the Super Late Models a week later.  The Southern Super Series event at the track on September 26 will be broadcast for free on 51 TV thanks to PFC Brakes.

 

New Smyrna Speedway – Rain washed out the racing card on September 12.  They will run double Sportsman features on September 19.

 

Showtime Speedway – They will be back in action on September 19.

 

Georgia

Crisp County Speedway – Chris Dilbeck scored his third win of the season in the Outlaw Late Model class.  Billy Nipper took his fifth win of the season in the Street Stocks.  The track will be back in action on September 26th.

 

Texas

Central Texas Speedway – Austin Wayne Self scored the victory in the 50-lap Pro Late Model race on Saturday.  Jared Fryar was second and Kyle Sirizotti was third.  The track will be back in action on September 26th.

 

-By Elgin Traylor – Correspondent, Speed51.com – Twitter: @elgintraylor

-Photo credit: Speed51.com photo

Deep South Round-up: Racing in Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Texas