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Apr 3, 2022
Race fans will be able to watch Super Late Models all weekend long this weekend on Racing America. Both the Southern Super Series and ARCA/CRA Super Series will be on track throughout the weekend, and Racing America subscribers will be able to catch all of it live on RacingAmerica.TV.
The Road to the 55th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway begins in a big way this weekend. Not only will the Pepperjack Kennels Twins offer two chances for drivers to go to victory lane at the famed Pensacola, Florida half-mile, one driver will leave with a spot in the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) field when that series comes to town in June.
On both Friday and Saturday, April 8-9, the Super Late Model stars of the Southern Super Series will compete for 100 laps, with at least $10,000 going to the winner each night before bonus opportunities such as the Southern Super Stars bonus program. It will be the first chance for these teams to get on track at Five Flags Speedway this year, the site of the biggest Super Late Model race of them.
However, perhaps the greatest prize of all on the weekend will go to the best average finisher between the two nights of racing. That driver will be rewarded with an opportunity to race against the SRX superstars on June 18.
Five Flags Speedway SRX Lineup - June 18 (TICKETS)
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While tickets are still available for this weekend's racing at Five Flags and we encourage everyone to witness the action in person, Racing America will provide fans unable to attend the chance to watch everything unfold. Both Friday and Saturday night's races will be available for Racing America subscribers on RacingAmerica.TV.
Subscribers will also be able to watch another Super Late Model broadcast on Racing America this weekend, the ARCA/CRA Super Series at Anderson Speedway. Originally scheduled for Saturday, a forecast of inclement weather led officials to postpone the event to Sunday, April 10.
This means fans unable to make the trip to the Indiana quarter-mile will be able to enjoy the race live on Racing America on Sunday afternoon. Racing will begin at 4 p.m. ET, featuring some of the top Super Late Model drivers in the Midwest.
Fans can also watch some dirt racing on Friday, April 8, as Racing America will be live from Carolina Speedway for its local racing program.
There is also the pay-per-view broadcast of the second day of racing from the Thompson Icebreaker, postponed from one week ago due to inclement weather. Fans who did not already purchase a two-day pass from last weekend's event can click here to watch Saturday's racing, headlined by the Outlaw Open Modifieds.