Pensacola, FL –Saturday, September 26, 2015 at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida, will be a historic day for the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco.  It will mark the first free, online-television broadcast for the third-year Super Late Model tour.  PFC Brakes is making this six-camera, full broadcast possible through TV powered by JEGS.


The Deep South Cranes 150 is the season finale for the Southern Super Series and is also a tune-up for the 48th annual Snowball Derby at FFS in December.  While fans at the track will surely be on their feet as drivers vie for one last checkered flag and one driver brings home the championship hardware, a worldwide audience will be able to watch it as well with a live TV broadcast presented by PFC Brakes.


“It is going to be an intense night and we understand that there will be a lot of people hundreds of miles away that have family or work commitments that will not be able to be here at Five Flags Speedway.  That’s what makes what PFC Brakes is doing for those people so special,”said Tim Bryant, Series Director of the Southern Super Series. “With the trend of live video being part of the future for short track racing, we’re excited to have this broadcast, not only for us, but for the racers as well because it gives them an increased amount of exposure for their sponsors.”


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


“Television broadcasts don’t work for all short track races, but this is the season finale for the Southern Super Series, so PFC Brakes wanted to make this possible for fans that can’t make it to the track,”said Bob Dillner, Executive Editor of  “It’s a really big thing for all involved; even for the families of the racers that cannot make it to the track.  They will be able to watch their significant others, children, grandchildren, siblings, or whatever the case is, on a full-blown live broadcast, for free.”


51 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, last December. 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 2015 as the Southern Super Series’championship event sets the table for this December’s 48th 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 aid the track and teams of the Southern Super Series’.


PFC Brakes strives to excite the customer by exceeding their expectations with the absolute best brake product, delivery and value through a total commitment to product and process integrity. For more on PFC, visit, search Performance Friction Brakes on Facebook and follow @PFCBrake on Twitter.


51 TV is the live-event broadcasting arm of, the “100% Short Track Racing”news leader. Launched in June of 2015, the 51 Network is an enhancement to the live broadcasts with a constant flow of new video content such as race highlights, in-depth interviews with short track newsmakers, retro video clips and more. For more information on the 51 Network and 51 TV, visit


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-51 Sports Press Release

Worldwide Audience to Watch SSS Finale for Free on 51 TV