The Show Me the Money Pro Late Model Series returns to action this Saturday for its season finale at Montgomery Motor Speedway, the Fall Brawl 100.
Saturday’s race marks the sixth and final race of the 2023 Show Me the Money season. Christopher Tullis enters the weekend with the points lead, seeking his third championship in four years.
Tullis’ 12-point lead has been built on the strength of consistency, including three podium finishes. His closest competitor, Hunter Robbins, has three wins and a runner-up finish this season in the Montgomery Pro Late Model battle. However, Robbins missed the season-opening Alabama 200, helping Tullis build his advantage.
They’ll be battling another strong field of Pro Late Model competitors for the final checkered flag of the season. Every race in the Show Me the Money Series in 2023 has seen at least 20 cars entered, and that trend will continue this Saturday with 21 Pro Late Model teams pre-entered as of 9 a.m. CT on Wednesday morning.
Joining the Pro Late Models on Saturday’s racing program are the Shelby Concrete Street Stocks for a 70-lap feature and the Blacksheep Woodlands Late Model Sportsman, who will close out the evening with a 40-lap race.
The grandstands will open at 5 p.m .CT on Saturday, with qualifying beginning at 6 p.m. Opening ceremonies will follow, with feature racing beginning at 7 p.m. CT.
Fans unable to attend the Fall Brawl 100 can watch live on Racing America.
-Photo credit: Daniel Vining