Two big races await Pro Late Model teams on the Gulf Coast this weekend.
On Friday, June 16, the Allen Turner Pro Late Model Series hits the track at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway, marking the second race of the season in the four-race championship. Many of those teams will then travel north to Montgomery Motor Speedway in Alabama, where the Show Me The Money Series will take center stage on Saturday, June 17.
Dawson Sutton won the Allen Turner Pro Late Model season opener on April 7, finishing ahead of Matt Craig and Gavin Graham.
With bonus points from a second-place qualifying effort at the Five Flags season opener, Bryson Shaffer is third in the Allen Turner points. He also currently leads the Show Me The Money Series points standings, holding a two-point advantage over Chase Spradlin after two races.
Seth Christensen won the Alabama 200 to kick off the Show Me The Money season in March. Most recently, Hunter Robbins was victorious in the Disturbing the Peace 100 in Show Me The Money action.
On Friday at Five Flags Speedway, racing will begin at 8 p.m. CT. There will be Story & Bleich Roofing Crown Stock heat races preceding the 100-lap Pro Late Model feature, with the ZOOM Equipment Pro Trucks and The Dock on Pensacola Beach Sportsmen also joining the card for the evening. Grandstand gates will open at 5 p.m. CT, with qualifying at 7 p.m. CT.
Saturday’s racing at Montgomery begins at 6 p.m. CT. The Grand National Super Series will join the Show Me The Money Series, with entrants including NASCAR veteran Jeremy Mayfield and defending series champion A.J. Henriksen.
Other divisions competing Saturday at Montgomery include the Blacksheep Woodlands Late Models Sportsmen, the Shelby Concrete Street Stocks and the Impact Zone Outlaws.
For fans unable to make the trip down to the Gulf Coast this weekend, you can watch all of the action live on Racing America with a subscription to RacingAmerica.TV.