GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Southeast Limited Late Model Series will race into Anderson Motor Speedway this Friday night, bringing two different divisions that should see over 30 cars competing for a total of 140 laps of green flag racing.
Drivers in the Pro division will compete in a 100-lap feature paying $3,000 to win, but they’ll be on the hammer in qualifying as well, vying for the Gale Force Pole Award.
Gale Force will award a $150 certificate for product credit to the fastest Pro division qualifier at each race in 2016 beginning Friday’s event.
Should a driver win six or more poles, he or she will have an additional $1000 in product credit added to their Gale Force account in addition to what they earned for each individual pole.
All drivers in the SELLM Pro Division will be required to have a Gale Force Suspension contingency sticker on their cars in order to be eligible for the award.
The Daytona1 Challenger division will race for the first time this season. This class runs on scuffed tires (the Pro class runs on new tires) and will race for 40 laps paying $1,000 to win.
Among the drivers who are expected to be in action on Friday in one or both classes include veteran Southeast racer Mack Little, Richard Petty’s Grandson Thad Moffitt, Justin Hicks, Anthony Miller, Brandon Cox, Hickory’s Dillon Houser, South Carolina third generation racer Colby Howard, Greenville-Pickens race winner Luke Sorrow, Hayden Humphrey, and many more.
Gates open at 5pm with racing beginning at 8pm. For more information, visit the track’s website at www.AndersonMotorSpeedway.com.
This race will be the first of back to back races in the South Carolina area, as they will run at Greenville-Pickens Speedway next Saturday night, April 2nd.
For more information, including purse structure and rules, visit the series website at www.southeastlimiteds.com or contact Ed Cox at 843-421-7276.
-Southeast Limited Late Model Series Press Release. Photo credit: TFT Photos