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North/South Super Late Model Challenge and Music City 200: Start Time, Entry List, Broadcast and More

It’s North/South Super Late Model Challenge and Music City 200 race day at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville. We’ve got the race start time, the entry list and some other facts about the CRA/SSS Series combo race and the second ARCA event of 2016.

What time does the race start today?
The North/South Super Late Model Challenge will start at 6:45 p.m. ET (5:45 local), while the Music City 200 will begin at 9 p.m. ET (8 local).

Race name/distance: The North/South Super Late Model Challenge is a 75-lap race that brings together the top teams from the Champion Racing Association and the Southern Super Series. The Music City 200 is the second ARCA race of 2016 and the first on a short track.

Radio and live streaming: The North/South Super Late Model challenge will be streamed on Speed51.com for $19.99, with subscribers receiving a discounted rate of $17.99. The broadcast will be on-air at 4 p.m. ET (3 local).

The Music City 200 can be seen on American Sports Network at 7 p.m. ET on June 2.
*** NOTE: If you’re out and about today and can’t watch to the race, make sure to follow (@Dan_Hodgdon) on Twitter for updates***

Tickets: Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville will have walk-up tickets available. General admission for adults is $25, kids ages 5-12 can get in for $10. Children 4 and under are free.

Weather: The weather in Middle Tennessee will be chilly but clear. Temperatures at race time will be in the low-to-mid 40s with 0% chance of rain and minimal wind.

Last year: One year ago, Daniel Hemric won a thrilling Southern Super Series race, while Grant Enfinger won his third straight ARCA event.

Last night: Dalton Armstrong scored the victory in the ARCA/CRA Super Series race at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville while Donnie Wilson won the Southern Super Series race.

CRA/SSS North/South Super Late Model Challenge Entry List
1 Cody Coughlin CRA
01 Derek Scott Jr. SSS
2W Donnie Wilson SSS
X2 Dennis Reno SSS
4 Dalton Armstrong CRA
5 Quinnton Bear CRA
5W Spencer Wauters SSS
7 Wes Griffith Jr. CRA
9 William Byron SSS
9K Derek Kraus SSS
12 Brian Bergakker CRA
14 Chris Davidson SSS
17 Quin Houff SSS
19 Riley Herbst SSS
20 Cole Rouse CRA
23 Eddie Van Meter CRA
26 Travis Braden CRA
26P Bubba Pollard SSS
29 Spencer Davis SSS
30 Fredrick Moore SSS
31 Kyle Grissom SSS
41 Matt Mills CRA
42 Michael House CRA
42P Dennis Prunty CRA
43 Dennis Schoenfeld SSS
47 Allen Karnes SSS
51 Christopher Bell CRA
53 Boris Jurkovic CRA
55 Dalton Sargeant SSS
58 Tyler Ankrum CRA
66 Stephen Wallace SSS
72 Thomas Woodin CRA
77 Zane Smith CRA
97 Cole Anderson SSS
98 Mason Mingus CRA
98R Kenzie Ruston SSS
98A Justin Ashburn CRA
121 Joseph Meyer SSS
ARCA Music City 200 Entry List
0 Mike Senica
1 Kyle Plott
2 Brad Smith
5Brian Keselowski
05 John Wes Townley
6 Josh Williams
06 Alx Danielsson
9 Thomas Praytor
10 Rick Clifton
11 Ed Pompa
14 Dustin Knowles
22 Kevin Thomas, Jr.
23 Bret Holmes
25 Tom Hessert
27 A.J. Fike
32 Shane Lee
34 Mike Basham
36 Brandon Lynn
38 Sheldon Creed
42 Bo LeMastus
48 Dylan Martin
52 Matt Kurzejewski
55 Cole Williams
58 Kyle Weatherman
59 Travis Swaim
63 Ray Ciccarelli
64 Eric Caudell
66 Christian Eckes
68 Barry Layne
69 Brian Finney
70 Billy Alger
77 Chase Briscoe
80 Scott Reeves
93 Clayton Weatherman
98 Brady Boswell

Marquis comes from St. Charles, Maryland and has a widespread background in journalism, having covered politics in Washington and Maryland as well as nearly every form of auto racing, including NASCAR, IndyCar, AMA Motocross and IHRA Drag Racing. Now living near Emerald Isle, North Carolina, Marquis covers Late Model Stock Cars and Super Late Models in the Carolinas and Virginia.

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