Southern Super Series Unveils 2022 Season Schedule

A 15-race schedule, including two-non points races, makes up the new schedule.


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Pensacola, FL – The Southern Super Series invites the best Super Late Model racers from around the world to join the 15 race Super Late Model Tour in 2022, with the regular season rolling off March 13th with the 46th Annual Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway.

The schedule includes a 13 race regular season as well as two non-points events, Speedfest 2022 at Crisp Motorsports Park on January 30th, and the All American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway the weekend of October 29th.

Featuring the traditional four trips to Five Flags Speedway throughout the year, including a doubleheader weekend April 8-9, the tour will also visit Crisp Motorsports Park for the Georgia Spring Nationals March 26th and Georgia Summer Nationals August 20th, as well as the annual pilgrimage to Montgomery Motor Speedway on June 11th for the Rumble by the River.

The Carolina’s will see the tour visit Southern National Motorsports Park on April 23rd, as well as Greenville Pickens on May 21st, and Tri-County Speedway June 25th.

Also returning to the schedule in 2022 will be a visit to New Smyrna Speedway on July 9th.

Along with providing quality competition for super late model drivers, series partners and fans can expect an enhanced at track experience at all Southern Super Series events during the 2022 season.

“We could not be more excited entering the 2022 racing season, said Tim Bryant. We can’t wait to share the plans we’ve made in the coming days.


For more information:
Southern Super Series – Tim Bryant
Hype Motorsports – Allick Jorgensen

Southern Super Series 2022 Season Schedule

January 30 - Crisp Motorsports Park
March 13 - South Alabama Speedway
March 26 - Crisp Motorsports Park
April 8 - Five Flags Speedway
April 9 - Five Flags Speedway
April 23 - Southern National Motorsports Park
May 7 - Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway
May 21 - Greenville Pickens Speedway
June 11 - Montgomery Motor Speedway
June 25 - Tri-County Speedway
July 9 - New Smyrna Speedway
July 23 - Five Flags Speedway
August 20 - Crisp Motorsports Park
September 24 - Five Flags Speedway
October 30 - Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway

-Southern Super Series Press Release