SATURDAY, MAY 8
Granite State Pro Stock Series at Star Speedway
Last year, the Granite State Pro Stock Series portion of the Star Classic provided one of the best finishes of the 2020 racing season, as Joey Pole and Derek Griffith battled side-by-side to the checkered flag. Will we see a repeat performance this weekend?
Speed51.TV’s broadcast is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. Eastern on Saturday. Click below to watch live with a Speed51.TV subscription.
SMART Modified Tour at Franklin County Speedway
The SMART Modified Tour added this date to its schedule after further delay to the start of the Bowman Gray Stadium season, giving Southern Modified racers another chance to hit the track. They’ll once again be joined by NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Preece, winner of the series’ last race at South Boston Speedway
That broadcast is scheduled to begin at approximately 5:30 p.m. Eastern. It will also be available for Speed51.TV subscribers.
North/South Super Late Model Challenge at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway
Late Models storm into Nashville Saturday, with both Super Late Models and Pro Late Models on the card. The ARCA/CRA Super Series, CARS Tour and Southern Super Series have come together to sanction the Super Late Model portion once again, while the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will battle Nashville’s Pro Late Model regulars in their own 100-lap feature.
Late Model racing from Nashville will go live on Speed51.TV at 5 p.m. Central (6 p.m. Eastern). It will also be available for Speed51.TV subscribers. Saturday’s ARCA Menards Series East race from Nashville will be broadcasted on NBC TrackPass.
ULTIMATE Super Late Models at Cherokee Speedway
Speed51.TV returns to “The Place Your Momma Warned You About” as a busy month of May continues for the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series. $5,000 will be on the line for the winner of the Big Chief Forty at Cherokee Speedway.
The Cherokee broadcast will begin at approximately 7:30 p.m. Eastern, available for Speed51.TV subscribers
Super Late Models at Citrus County Speedway
Super Late Model racing returns to Citrus County Speedway this weekend, continuing the battle for its track championship in the Sunshine State. The last time Super Late Models raced at Citrus County, Jared Irvan took the win despite running on just seven cylinders.
Saturday’s broadcast will begin at approximately 7:30 p.m. ET for Speed51.TV subscribers.
-Text by Speed51 Staff