Each year, the Blizzard Series at Five Flags Speedway gives Super Late Model teams a chance to race at Five Flags Speedway, the home of the Snowball Derby, while competing with the stars of the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco. In 2019, all four races of the Blizzard Series will be streamed live on Speed51, starting with the opener on March 29.
The Blizzard Series opener, along with the series finale on September 21, will be available as pay-per-view (PPV) broadcasts on Speed51. More details about the PPV broadcasts, including pricing, will be announced prior to each event.
The second and third races of the series will be free to watch for all premium members of the Speed51 Network. This means that race fans will be able to watch both of these races, as well as over 70 other live races, with one monthly or yearly subscription to the Speed51 Network.
“We like to refer to the Blizzard Series as ‘The Road to the Snowball Derby.’ We’re thrilled to be able to team up with the great folks at Five Flags Speedway to once again showcase these events to a worldwide audience,” said Speed51 Editor Brandon Paul. “If last year was any indication, we should once again expect strong fields and eventful action throughout the 2019 season in Pensacola.”
A full list of scheduled live broadcasts for the 2019 racing season can be found by clicking here.
Becoming a premium member of Speed51.com is easy. All you have to do is click here. You can become a member for $9.99 per month, or you can sign up for a yearly membership for just $79.99. Yearly members will also receive 10% off their purchases of pay-per-view events available throughout 2019.
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