Last December, David Rogers made history with his 33rd start in the Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway , breaking a tie with Red Farmer for most starts in the biggest Super Late Model race in the country.   He did so after receiving the “Derby Dedication Award” from Five Flags Speedway officials, along with a […]

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Super Late Model racers will have at least 10,000 more reasons to be excited for the Peach State Classic at Gresham Motorsports Park on May 16-17.   Interest is already surging for racing’s return to the Jefferson, GA speedway for a good, old-fashioned family fun weekend; a weekend that is only a start of […]

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The 2020 Southern Super Series season will kick off its seventh season with the 44th running of the Rattler 250 at South Alabama on March 20-22. The race has established itself as one of the biggest in Super Late Model racing, bringing a stout field of competitors from around the eastern part of the country […]

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The sound of race cars graced the Gresham Motorsports Park for the first time since 2014 during a successful tire test on Wednesday in advance of the May 17 return to the Georgia track.  Super Late Model stars Stephen Nasse and Bubba Pollard were on hand with race promoters Tim Bryant and Bob Dillner for the session to get an idea […]

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Following the success of the first ever Speed51 Elite Snowball Derby, Speed51 and Five Flags Speedway have announced a donation of $1,000 to Pensacola's 98.7 Cat Country’s Christmas Wishes program.   Held during the week leading into the 52nd Annual Snowball Derby in December, the first-ever eSports Snowball Derby was broadcast live on Speed51 and […]

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Southerners lover their Late Models, and recently a group of radical-looking machines have burst onto the scene.   Over the past two years, fans along the Gulf Coast have seen an explosion in Outlaw Late Model competition and participation. The cars are closely related to super stock divisions at other tracks, with the obvious difference […]

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When Speed51.com reported Monday that Dan Spence was stepping down from the Five Flags Speedway / Southern Super Series race director position, the first question people asked was, “Who will be the new race director?”  That question was answered Tuesday, as Nicholas Rogers will step into the role for the 2019 racing season.   Rogers […]

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