Cole Williams’ big grin all year has been largely indicative of just how good his season has been.
Check out photos from Sunday’s 50th annual Snowball Derby for super late models, held at Five Flags Speedway and won by former Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch!
Kyle Busch returned to his short track roots on Sunday afternoon at Five Flags Speedway and put a bow on his 2017 season by scoring one of the biggest victories of his career.
Bubba Pollard may not run on pavement — or in a Pro Late Model, for that matter — very much anymore, but he proved Saturday night that he can still run with the best when he does.
Longtime veteran Augie Grill dominated Friday night’s Modifieds of Mayhem 75 as part of the 50th annual Snowball Derby, writing his own page of history at Five Flags Speedway in the process.
His car may have been battered and bruised, and “it certainly didn’t look pretty,” but Christopher Hogan survived a wild Modifieds of Mayhem 75 Friday night at Five Flags Speedway, charging from 24th to 12th in the process.
West Coast transplant Preston Peltier may have been the eighth car of 53 to take time Friday night during qualifying for the 50th annual Snowball Derby, but he made sure his time was the one that mattered most.
Spencer Davis’ quest to bring Bond Suss Racing the Tom Dawson Trophy got off to a quick start, but turned sour Friday afternoon at Five Flags Speedway after a motor issue in final practice.
You’d think that trying to make the biggest short track race in the country for one of the most well-known teams in the business would be a stressful situation for most drivers, but Noah Gragson has a different approach going into this weekend’s 50th annual Snowball Derby.
Though he was the king of NASCAR’s mile-and-a-half tracks during the 2017 season, former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Johnny Sauter’s much-anticipated Snowball Derby debut only took a mile and a half to go horribly wrong on Thursday.
Kenzie Ruston started off the 2016 Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco season with high expectations in making her return to the super late model ranks.
PENSACOLA, Fla. – official series release — 51 Sports photo — With the dawn of a new Blizzard Series season at Florida’s Five Flags Speedway just on the horizon, many Southern Super Series presented teams have descended upon the half-mile oval to turn some testing laps. One of those teams has Ryan Luza as their driver. Luza is the 2014 …