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5 Features for only 5 Bucks Tonight ive classes of racing ou can also expect F for only $5.00!!! You Y another side by O might say “no one does side battle in the that any more”, but oh yes they do and that is exactly what you’re going to get tonight. When the night is over you will probably feel like you owe us more money, but you don’t. This is our way of saying THANK YOU to the greatest fans in the world.

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hese five classes will consist of Modifieds, Pro Trucks, Sportsman, Bombers and last but not least, the Southern Vintage Racing Association, who will make the first of two appearances at the track tonight. They are scheduled to return on August 22nd. These old Coupes and Sedans will bring back a lot of memories for some of us who have been coming to this track for many years. They really put on a great show for the fans last year and we expect no less this year. That’s why we booked them twice in 2014.

open wheel Modifieds with point’s leader Okie Mason and rival Donnie Hamrac, along with several others. Brannon Fowler will attempt to continue his dominance in the Beef O Brady’s Sportsman division as Hunter Ward will attempt to do the same in the Butler U Pull It Bombers. Jay Jay Day will aim for two in a row in the Pro Truck class. e will return to W action next Friday night, June 13th with

the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East cars. Drivers from all across the U.S. will be here to do battle on one of the fastest half mile race tracks they will ever compete on ANYWHERE. Last year Ben Kennedy, grandson of NASCAR’S’ Bill France, took home the trophy. Who knows who will claim the win this year? You can purchase advanced tickets at the Speedway Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, or call the office at 944-8400.

n a sad note, once again we must say goodbye to a member of our racing family.

Randy Brooks, brother of our head technician Ricky Brooks, passed away Thursday, May 29, 2014 in Rogersville, Tennessee. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. ake sure you keep M up with future events by logging on

to our website, snowballderby.com and join Tim and Steve on ‘IN THE GROOVE” on BLAB/TV every other Monday night at 6:00 pm, and we’ll SEE YA AT THE RACES!!

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June 13, NASCAR K&N, SS, SP, B June 27, Mods, Pro Trucks, SP, B, Kids Bikes July 11, PLM 20/30, Pro Trucks, SP, B July 25, Deep South Crane Blizzard #3,SS, SP, B Aug 8, Mods, SP, B, Demo Derby, Faster Pastor Aug 22, PLM 20/30, SP, B, Vintage Sept 5, Pro Trucks, SS, SP, B Sept 19, Blizzard #4, SS, SP, B Sept 27 Saturday Nite of Champions, Pro Late

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Drivers 5 years to 75 years old.

“Where Racers Begin”


By Chuck Corder Some people treat the past as a dead-end street. But Five Flags Speedway embraces its history like a casual Sunday drive through the country. It’s why for the second straight year, the track is ecstatic to welcome back tonight the 1932 and ’34 Ford and Chevy open-wheeled coupes and trucks from the Southern Vintage Racing Association. The association has already grown leaps and bounds since we last saw them in September, but the drivers that wheel these vintage rides always treat Pensacola’s high banks as sacred ground. Read Chuck’s entire story at: www.5flagsspeedway.com

And their return tonight is a chance for you fans, young and a little less young alike, to harken back to yesteryear and what racing looked like a halfcentury ago. And the door-to-door action doesn’t stop with the vintage vehicles tonight. The Pro Trucks, Home Depot Modifieds, Beef “O” Brady’s Sportsmen and Butler U-Pull-It Bombers pick up where they left off in their respective seasons.


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