For the first time in 2019, Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models will hit the track on Saturday, February 23 during the Winter Meltdown 200 at Dillon Motor Speedway. When the green flag waves, race fans worldwide will be able to join in on the fun by watching a live pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.com.
The live broadcast will be the first of its kind for a PASS Super Late Model National Championship event at Dillon Motor Speedway. Race fans will be able to purchase a live video ticket to watch the event for just $19.99.
“We’re really looking forward to kicking off the 2019 PASS season at Dillon and are glad we can share that with all the fans on Speed51.com,” said PASS President Tom Mayberry. “The PASS races at Dillon are always great and there’s added excitement this year with the debut of the Gen 6 bodies.”
The Winter Meltdown 200 will be the first time that east coast fans will be able to watch the new Five Star Gen 6 bodies on the race track. With many drivers including Ben Rowe, Matt Craig and Mike Hopkins ready to debut the new look, the race has become a highly-anticipated event on the short track schedule.
“In the middle of February, a two-hundred lap Super Late Model race is enough of a reason to get excited. Add in the fact that this race will be the first time for race fans to witness something new and you have a must-watch event for short track fans,” said Speed51.com Editor Brandon Paul. “We’re happy to team up with the Pro All Stars Series and Dillon Motor Speedway to bring this event to fans who otherwise wouldn’t be able to make it to the race track.”
Stars from both the north and south are expected to be in attendance at the 4/10-mile oval to kick off the 2019 PASS National Championship season.
The current entry list for the race includes big names who will be contending for the $6,000 victory. Two-time PASS North champion Travis Benjamin, defending PASS National champion Derek Griffith, five-time PASS National champion Ben Rowe and three-time PASS South champion Matt Craig are just a few of the drivers expected to be in attendance.
To purchase your live video ticket to watch the Winter Meltdown 200 at Dillon Motor Speedway, click here.
For more information on the event, visit www.proallstarsseries.com.
-51 Sports Press Release
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