The inaugural Mobile 300 at Alabama’s Mobile International Speedway on Sunday, October 28 just got even bigger. and Mobile International Speedway officials announced on Thursday that the inaugural 300-lap Super Late Model race will stream live on with a pay-per-view broadcast.’s live pay-per-view broadcast will highlight the 300-lap season finale for the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco. Race fans that cannot make it to Mobile can purchase their online video ticket for $24.99, the same price as a grandstand ticket.


“That track has produced some of the most exciting Super Late Model races we’ve seen in the last five years,” said’s Operations Manager, Mark Keeler. “The Lyons family has done a terrific job in their first year operating the facility and they’re going to ensure that this is going to be a fantastic show. I’m glad that we at have the privilege of showing races like this one to a large audience.”


The Southern Super Series heads to Mobile ready to crown its sixth series champion. Casey Roderick is in a position to become the series champion, but a challenge from Bubba Pollard is never out of the question.


Mobile International Speedway’s high banks are known for putting on close, competitive races. Just a few years ago, Mobile was the host of one of the most thrilling finishes in Super Late Model racing when Daniel Hemric, Augie Grill and Jeff Choquette came across the line three-wide with Hemric taking the victory.


Race fans can purchase their online video ticket for just $24.99 by clicking here.


Yearly subscribers to the Speed51 Video Network will receive a 10-percent discount on their pay-per-view purchase.



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