Head to the store, grab some popcorn and your favorite beverage, and get ready for a show Saturday night on Speed51.com.  For the second straight season, the Southern Super Series season finale at Five Flags Speedway (FL) will be broadcast live on Speed51.com.  The broadcast will be available to viewers for free, courtesy of the folks at PFC Brakes.

 

All that will be needed to access the live broadcast will be a free, basic membership on Speed51.com. The process is simple, no payment information is required and it only takes minutes to sign up today.

 

Once signed up, all that you need to do is visit Speed51.com on Saturday evening, click on the live video page, sit back and enjoy the show.

 

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP TODAY

 

The 150-lap Super Late Model race will serve as the final tune up for the 49th annual Snowball Derby on December 4.  Super Late Model stars from all over the Southeast and beyond will make their way to Pensacola, Florida to prepare for the big race in December.

 

PFC ZR94 300x250Joining regional stars such as Bubba Pollard, Augie Grill and Casey Smith will be a list of invaders including West Coast star Jacob Gomes and NASCAR XFINITY Series racer Corey LaJoie.

 

The live broadcast will also include the Bomber, Sportsman, and Super Stock divisions. Race fans tuning into the live broadcast on Speed51.com will be able to watch qualifying action, pre-race ceremonies and all 150 laps of racing action.  In addition to the racing itself, the 2016 Blizzard Series champions will also be crowned.

 

This event will have a 200-mile blackout (driving distance) from Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.  The blackout will include the cities of Montgomery, Alabama to the north, Mobile, Alabama and New Orleans, Louisiana to the west and Tallahassee, Florida to the east.

 

Speed51 TV, the leader in live Short Track Racing video broadcasts, produced the first live broadcast of Five Flags Speedway’s signature event, the Snowball Derby, in December 2014 and followed that up with another signature broadcast in 2015.

 

Thanks to PFC Brakes, fans across the globe will be able to witness all the fast, high-drama action from Five Flags’ final Super Late Model race of 2016 as the Southern Super Series’ championship event sets the table for this December’s 49th Annual Snowball Derby.

 

PFC Brakes, an industry leader in high-performance brake calipers, rotors and pads for a variety of racing disciplines including short track Super Late Model racing, will present the live broadcast to enhance the exposure of the teams competing in the Southern Super Series’ season finale at Five Flags.

 

In order to watch the live broadcast, race fans will need to sign up for a free account on Speed51.com by clicking here.  By signing up for a free account, race fans will also have the ability to purchase future pay-per-view broadcasts on Speed51 TV.

 

For more information on the event, please contact Five Flags Speedway at 850-944-8400.  For advertising information on advertising within the broadcast, please contact [email protected]

 

-51 Sports Press Release. Photo credit: Speed51.com

Reminder: Free Broadcast of SSS Finale at Five Flags