Speed51.com powered by JEGS will again offer extensive coverage of the prestigious Snowball Derby in 2015 through Trackside Now coverage and a live online TV style pay-per-view broadcasts on Speed51 TV. However, this year the bar for Snowball Derby coverage on Speed51.com will be raised once again with exclusive videos being made available on the Speed51 Network.
All kinds of unique content will be offered on the Speed51 Network throughout the weekend beginning on Wednesday afternoon. The annual Derby Diaries, which chronicle a driver’s week at the Snowball Derby, will be only the beginning of the videos offered throughout the week.
Speed51.com will have an in-car camera specialist mounting cameras on race cars all weekend long in order to have those videos on the Speed51 Network. There will also be unique behind-the-scenes videos, interviews and more available to subscribers.
For $7.99 a month, Speed51 Network members will have the ability to access it all. In addition, a yearly subscription for $59.99 allows viewers to see frequent action and stories from around the country every week.
It will all be part of the oodles of exciting video not to be missed during the longest running and most prestigious asphalt Super Late Model race in the country.
The 48th Annual Snowball Derby weekend kicks off with the Cat Country/WEAR-TV3 Green Flag Party on Wednesday, December 2. On-track activities start Thursday, December 3, for the opening practice rounds for the Snowball Derby Super Late Models and Snowflake 100 Pro Late Models. The Five Flags Butler U-Pull-It Bombers and Beef ‘O’Brady’s Sportsman divisions will also have feature events on Snowball Derby Thursday.
The top Snowball Derby starting spots will be set on Friday, December 4 during WXBM 102.7 Pole Night at Five Flags. The Five Flags Faith Chapel Super Stocks and Modifieds will also battle in their Snowball Derby features after Super Late Model qualifying.
The Allen Turner Hyundai Snowflake 100 takes center stage on Saturday, December 5 as the top Pro Late Model racers in the country qualify and battle for 100 laps at Five Flags. In addition, Saturday’s action features the final 50-lap qualifying event for Snowball Derby drivers to make one last effort to qualify for the 300-lap Super Late Model race. The Better Built Tool Box Pro Trucks will also have a 50-lap feature on Snowball Derby Saturday.
Then on Sunday, December 6, the green flag will drop on the 48th Annual Snowball Derby at 2 p.m. CT at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway.
Fans unable to make it to Pensacola, Florida for the Snowball Derby can watch all of the action through a live online TV style pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51 TV. A four-day video ticket can be purchased now for $59.99 allowing fans to watch all of the action from Five Flags Speedway. Single-day video tickets are also available. Visit Speed51.com for more information.
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