Super Late Models will roar around Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway one more time before the Snowball Derby. That last time is when the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco rolls arrives at the legendary half-mile oval on Saturday, September 22, and’s cameras will be there for a live pay-per-view broadcast.


For just $19.99, fans will have the ability to watch the stars of the Southern Super Series, including Donnie Wilson, Stephen Nasse, Kyle Plott, and the most talked about driver in Super Late Model racing right now, Bubba Pollard, as they do battle for the victory. That race will also see a champion crowned in the Blizzard Series track championship as well.


Fans will also see the final race for the Allen Turner Pro Late Models at Five Flags Speedway. That race is the last Pro Late Model race at the track ahead of December’s Allen Turner Snowflake 100.


“This is always a big night of racing,” said’s Editor, Brandon Paul. “Two champions are crowned in the Blizzard Series and Allen Turner Pro Late Models and it’s also the last night that these cars will race at Five Flags before the big one in December. That brings out a lot of cars and makes the racing even wilder than usual. We’ve streamed this race the last couple of years and we’re excited to be able to do it again.”’s live broadcast will include qualifying and features for both divisions. The broadcast will be a multi-camera television-style event.


In addition to being streamed live on, both races are being recorded for a tape-delayed broadcast as part of’s Short Track America program on MAVTV later in the year.


Race fans can purchase their online video ticket for just $19.99 by clicking here.



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