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Southern Super Series Racing Returns to the Gulf Coast

Jul 21st, 2015

MOBILE, Ala. – The Mobile Sports Authority (MSA) and the Mobile International Speedway (MIS) will welcome back the Southern Super Late Model Series this weekend as it returns to the Gulf Coast for the Mobile Sports Authority 100. The MSA 100 is the third of the four part series of races and will take place Saturday, July 25, at 7 p.m. at MIS in Irvington.  

The evening of racing competition will also feature Super Stock, Sportsmen, and Bomber divisions. The qualifying round will begin at 6 p.m. The pre-race ceremonies will begin at 6:55 p.m. followed by the first green flag scheduled for 7 p.m.  

“We welcome the Southern Super Series back to the Mobile area for the third year in a row,” said Danny Corte, Executive Director of the MSA. “We’ve seen the series continue to grow each year and I’d like to commend Tim Bryant, Bill Roth, and Tom Claxton and their teams for their work in making that happen.”

The race boasts current points leader Casey Smith and includes 2014’s Southern Super Series winner Bubba Pollard. Fresh from his Rumble by the River 100 win, Smith returns to Mobile International Speedway seeking his second Southern Super Series win of the season.  

Other notables in the field include Ross Kenseth and Harrison Burton, the sons of NASCAR Sprint Cup Champions Matt Kenseth and Jeff Burton respectively.  

The final Southern Super Late Model Series race for 2015 is scheduled for Saturday evening, August 22, at Mobile International Speedway.  

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