Racing America, Montgomery Motor Speedway Reach Multi-Year Broadcast Agreement
Racing America subscribers will be able to watch all seven Show Me The Money Series events at Montgomery during the 2024 season.
CONCORD, N.C. (January 5, 2024) -- Racing America has reached a multi-year agreement with Montgomery Motor Speedway, continuing a partnership with the Alabama half-mile for the coming years.
With the agreement, Racing America remains the broadcasting home of the Show Me The Money Series for Pro Late Models. The Show Me The Money Series kicks off on March 2 with its biggest race, the 60th Alabama 200.
“We are pleased to continue our long relationship with Racing America,” said Stan Narrison of Montgomery Motor Speedway. “We are looking forward to their coverage of our Show Me The Money events in 2024 and beyond.
“In 2023, Montgomery Motor Speedway had over 50 different drivers from all over the US competing in our Show Me The Money Series and Racing America will give their hometown fans that can’t make it to Montgomery Motor Speedway the opportunity to see their favorite driver compete in one of the top Pro Late Model series in the country.”
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Montgomery Motor Speedway,” said Colin Smith, President of Racing America. “Our fans will be excited to watch all of the great racing from the Show Me The Money Series in the years to come.”
All seven Show Me The Money Series events will be available for Racing America subscribers. Click here for more information about the benefits of being a Racing America subscriber, and join today to get access to over 200 live short track races each year. Plus, unlock access to years of archived races and highlights, plus behind the scenes and exclusive NASCAR Cup Team content.
The Alabama 200 is one of the most historic racing events in the Southeast, with a list of past winners including racing greats such as Richard Petty, Bobby and Donnie Allison, Neil Bonnett and Red Farmer, as well as short track legends like Buck Simmons, Jody Ridley and Ronnie Sanders.
More recently, 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Champion Chase Elliiott is a two-time Alabama 200 winner, with victories in 2013 and 2015. NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series competitor Jake Garcia added his name to the list of Alabama 200 winners in 2020.
Last year’s Show Me The Money Series championship came down to a thrilling finale, where Christopher Tullis narrowly claimed the championship over Hunter Robbins. This year’s Show Me The Money Series features seven races, concluding with the Alabama State Championship 100 on October 19.
Stay tuned to Racing America for more updates regarding broadcasts that will be available on Racing America throughout the 2024 season.
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2024 SHOW ME THE MONEY SERIES SCHEDULE
|Alabama 200 Hunt for the Bear
|Pro & Super LM Doubleheader
|Disturbing the Peace 100
|Summer Sizzler 100
|Saturday of Speed 125
|Fall Brawl 100
|Alabama State Championship 100