Mobile International Speedway – Wayne Niedecken Jr. capped off a fine season with a win in the final race giving him the Pro Late Model championship.  The final night of the season featured seven different winners in seven races.


Montgomery Motor Speedway – Will be in action this weekend with the 51st Annual Alabama 200 for the Southern Super Series.  Open Wheel Modifieds and Late Model Sportsman will also be on the card for racing.


South Alabama Speedway – Will be back in action on September 12 with Street Stock being the main event on the racing card.



Auburndale Speedway – The Florida track will be back in action with a 50-lap Sportsman race on September 12.  Four other divisions will be racing that weekend.  The next Late Model race will be on October 10.


Citrus County Speedway – Jason Kimball won the non-winged Sprints feature as he bested a field of 14 cars on Saturday night.  They will be back racing again this weekend on September 12 with a 40-lap Open Wheel Modified race.


Desoto Speedway – Super Late Models are up next on the schedule on September 12 for a 75-lap shootout.  The Mini Stocks will also go 40-laps in a night that will feature six total divisions.


Five Flags Speedway – Will be off this weekend as they prep for the season finales on September 19 and September 26.  The Pro Late Models will wrap up on September 19th 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 – Brad May took the Pro Late Model feature on Saturday night at New Smyrna.  It’s his sixth win of the year between Pro and Super Late Models at the Florida track.  Patrick Thomas won the Sportsman feature for the ninth time this season.  Super Late Models will be on tap this weekend at New Smyrna along with a full card of racing.


Showtime Speedway – Chris Fontaine captured the Late Model feature over Patrick Staropoli, Daniel Keene Jr., George Gorham and Jamie King.   They will be back in action on September 19.



Crisp County Speedway – All Classes will be racing for double points on Saturday, September 12. Racing starts at 7:30 p.m.



Central Texas Speedway – The track will be back in action on September 12.


-By Elgin Traylor – Correspondent, – Twitter: @elgintraylor

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