10 Things to Know About the Blizzard Series and Allen Turner Finale

It's a big weekend of racing to close out the regular season at Five Flags Speedway


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The "regular season" at Five Flags Speedway comes to a close this weekend, with the season finales for the Allen Turner Pro Late Model Series and the Deep South Cranes Blizzard Series. Here are 10 things to know about

- There are 30 Pro Late Models scheduled to race this weekend at Five Flags Speedway (FL). At the same time there are 21 Super Late Models on the entry list for their race on Saturday night.

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- The Pro Late Models will run 75 laps on Friday night and 75 laps on Saturday night to finish their 2022 schedule. The Southern Super Series / Blizzard Series will run 125 laps on Saturday to end their season as well.

- If the stars line up and the magic in the moonlight is enough, it is possible at Hunter Robbins could win three championships this weekend. He’s in the mix for the titles and we will know after Saturday night how many titles get awarded to Robbins.

- 11 different states will be represented during the Pro Late Model Race with 10 states being represented during the Super Late Model race.

- William Sawalich will be one to watch as he is running double duty between the two classes this weekend at Five Flags. After his SSS win at Montgomery, and the most recent Blizzard race one has to think he’ll be in the mix each time he takes the green. With double digits wins already this season, watch for him this weekend and when the big race season starts.

- The points for the Pro Late Models are wide open with two races left. Hunter Robbins is tied for the top spot with Dylan Fetcho. They each have 94 points with Jake Garcia just eight points back. Justin Bonnett is there too just points back. Anything can happen with two races and a deep car count.

- Hunter Robbins heads to Five Flags Speedway as the Southern Super Series point leader by 19 points over Bubba Pollard. Robbins also has a 41 point lead on Stephen Nasse. Seeking his first series title, Robbins will have to weather the storm of heading into Bubba Pollard’s house where he has won 23 times in Blizzard Series action. Robbins has had a solid year and hopes to have another good run left in him to claim the title.

- For those who are not seeking a championship, it is important to finish in the top 10 in points in a given series as it could lead to a provisional spot in the Allen Turner Snowflake 100 or the Snowball Derby. Drivers who are in the top 10 are eligible to make it into the show if the champion makes the race on time. The Pro Late Models get two spots for the Snowflake 100, and the Blizzard Series and the Southern Super Series each get one Snowball Derby provisional spot as well.

- Bubba Pollard leads Stephen Nasse by four points going into the final round for the Blizzard Series. Hunter Robbins is third 10 points back. Matt Craig is fourth 15 back and John Bolen is fifth 25 markers behind. Bubba Pollard is seeking his fifth Blizzard title while Nasse and the others are looking for their first.

- If you can’t make the trip to Pensacola, Florida to attend the final weekend then log onto RacingAmerica.tv to watch all the action live with the flag-to-flag coverage.