HMS Motorsport Presenting South Carolina 400 on Speed51.TV

Some of the top racers in the Southeast will be at Florence Motor Speedway on Saturday, November 21 for the South Carolina 400.  Whether it’s Late Model Stock Cars, Modifieds or Pro Late Models, you’ll be able to enjoy all of it Saturday on Speed51.TV, with Saturday’s broadcast presented by HMS Motorsport.

 

WATCH THE SOUTH CAROLINA 400 ON SPEED51.TV

 

Saturday’s inaugural South Carolina 400 Charlie Powell Memorial will be headlined by a 225-lap Late Model Stock Car feature, the spiritual successor to the crown jewel Myrtle Beach 400.  Joining the Late Model Stock Cars are the SMART Modified Tour and the Carolina Pro Late Model Series for an action-packed day of racing.

 

The Late Model Stock entry list boasts an impressive of racers, featuring standouts of the discipline and other realms of short track racing alike.  Late Model Stock frontrunners such as Josh Berry, Lee Pulliam and Sam Yarbrough will battle against Ty Majeski, Matt Craig and more for the first South Carolina 400 title.

 

The SMART Modified Tour field also boasts some big names, with Matt Hirschman, Burt Myers, Jason Myers, Tim Brown, Joey Coulter and Max McLaughlin among the entries submitted.

 

Fans unable to attend Saturday’s event at Florence Motor Speedway will be able to watch live on Speed51.TV, courtesy of HMS Motorsport.  HMS Motorsport started life 25 years ago as a New England regional center for performance tuning parts for Mustangs and BMWs and has since grown to become the industry’s leading safety equipment supplier to professional, amateur, and beginning drivers.

 

HMS sells only the finest equipment that will fit the end user’s needs, and pride themselves on firsthand experience with the products they sell.

 

Visit their locations in Mooresville, North Carolina or Danvers, Massachusetts to get the perfect fit for your safety equipment today. You can also find more information by visiting www.hmsmotorsport.com.

 

Fans can watch the South Carolina 400 for free with a subscription to Speed51.TV.  Click here to watch Saturday’s broadcast live from Florence Motor Speedway.

 

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

-Photo credit: Speed51 Photo

 

HMS Motorsport Presenting South Carolina 400 on Speed51.TV