CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Racing America will remain the broadcast home of the Rattler 250, streaming the 2023 edition of the event scheduled for March 17-19 at South Alabama Speedway.
The 47th Annual Rattler Weekend is headlined by the Hardee’s Rattler 250, with $25,000 on the line for the winner of the SRL National Tour event.
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While we encourage everyone to make plans to attend the Rattler 250, fans unable to make the trip to South Alabama Speedway will be able to watch the event live on Racing America with a subscription to RacingAmerica.TV.
"We are excited to have Racing America back covering our annual Rattler Weekend yet again," said South Alabama Speedway owner John Dykes. "The staff at Racing America are always very professional and do an outstanding job of providing the coverage and broadcast for our event. The 47th Annual Rattler 250 is just right around the corner and we can’t wait until it gets here."
The Rattler was first contested in 1974 and moved to its current 250-lap distance in 2005. The Rattler Weekend has also included a 125-lap Pro Late Model feature since 2006.
Ty Majeski has won the last three Rattlers, becoming a five-time winner of the race. Other past winners include current NASCAR Cup Series drivers Christopher Bell and Harrison Burton.
Friday’s racing at the Rattler weekend includes Mini-Sportsmen, Mini-Cups, Coyotes, Cuplites and Super Stocks. Modifieds and Roadrunners will joins the Pro Late Models on Saturday’s racing card before the Super Late Models take center stage on Sunday afternoon.
For more information regarding the 47th Annual Rattler Weekend, visit southalabamaspeedway.com.
Click here to become a Racing America subscriber today and watch the Rattler Weekend, along with other live short track racing broadcasts throughout the year.