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Forecast postpones Snowflake 100 Pro Late Model race to Sunday

The biggest Pro Late Model race of the year will now take place on Sunday …

Bruce Nuttleman | Ultimate Lap Photo via STS

Mother Nature continues to wreak havoc on the Snowflake 100.

With a forecast of thunderstorms and several inches of rain in the forecast, Five Flags Speedway has again postponed the already rescheduled Pro Late Model Classic from this Saturday night to Sunday afternoon. The schedule also includes the Modifieds of Mayhem championship race and a 50-lap Pro Trucks feature.

“With a terrible weather forecast for Saturday, we believe it is in the best interest of our racers and fans to hold the race on Sunday,” said Five Flags Speedway promoter Tim Bryant. “The weather forecasters were right on the mark with their forecast last weekend, so there’s no reason to doubt them this weekend. With good weather coming into the Pensacola area on Sunday, we are looking forward to a great event with all three divisions.”

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The pit area will open at 8 a.m. on Sunday afternoon with a drivers meeting scheduled for 11 a.m. The Modifieds of Mayhem will have a 15-minute practice session. Their qualifying times from Friday afternoon will remain official.

Pro Late Models will have a 30-minute practice session that starts at 12:15 p.m. The Pro Trucks will have a 45 minute practice session that begins at 12:45 p.m.

The Modifieds of Mayhem championship race will take place at 2 p.m. and will last 75 laps.

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Afterwards, the Pro Late Models will qualify for the Snowflake 100 with the last chance race taking place immediately afterwards. Pro Truck qualifying will take place before the Snowflake 100 itself.

The Pro Truck race will proceed following the Snowflake 100.

There will still be a Speed 51 PPV broadcast for the event. Those who purchased either a five-day video pass, a broadcast for last Friday’s Modified race or a pass for the Snowflake 100 will be able to watch the rescheduled event.

For those who want to purchase the event, you can do so now for $24.99 by clicking here.

It remains a mystery exactly how many teams will return after last weekend’s rainout but the original qualifying order can be found below.

  1. Dillon Oliver
  2. Brandon Curren
  3. Augie Grill
  4. Brandon Oakley
  5. Mason Keller
  6. Derek Thorn
  7. Ryan Worsham
  8. Stacey Crain
  9. Jackson Boone
  10. Spencer Davis
  11. Perry Patino
  12. Billy Melvin
  13. Kyle McCallum
  14. John Bolen
  15. Elliott Massey
  16. Corey Heim
  17. Dylan Fletcho
  18. JoJo Wilkinson
  19. Chris Davidson
  20. Jarrett Parker
  21. Connor Okrzesik
  22. Cole Anderson
  23. Dylan Smith
  24. Randall Young
  25. Colt James
  26. Casey Roderick
  27. Kyle Ivey
  28. Bobby Knox
  29. Travis Braden
  30. Bubba Pollard
  31. Chase Purdy
  32. Jeff Choquette
  33. Trevor McCoy
  34. Justin South
  35. Tyler Porter
  36. Ryan Paul
  37. Mason Diaz
  38. Kevin Folan
  39. Jake Johnson
  40. Jake Garcia
  41. Michael House
  42. Stephen Nasse
  43. Justin Wakefield
  44. Kaden Honeycutt
  45. Johanna Long-Robbins
  46. Jack Dossey III

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Matt Weaver is the owner and founder of Short Track Scene. Weaver grew up in the sport, having raced himself before becoming a reporter in college at the University of South Alabama. He is also the associate motorsports editor of Autoweek Magazine and its website, which allows him to cover the highest levels of the sport.

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