Performance Motorsports Network To Broadcast Southeast Limited Late Models Beach Bash 150 Live Friday And Saturday

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – (November 8, 2016) – When the Southeast Limited Late Model Series concludes their 2016 season November 10th through the 12th with the Beach Bash 150 Championship Weekend at Myrtle Beach Speedway in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, they’ll have a live radio broadcast each day on the Performance Motorsports Network to help them close the season on a high note.

The race is the biggest of the season for the Limited Late Model division and for the series. Over 70 cars from all across the Southeast and beyond are expected to descend on the 1/2-mile oval this weekend.

PMN Radio, known as The Voice Of Motorsports, will broadcast both Friday’s Race Chaser 50 for the Daytona1 Challenger division and Saturday’s Renegade Race Fuels 100 for the Pro division live, with series Media Director/Announcer Tom Baker providing the race call each day.

“We’re excited to begin a relationship with the Southeast Limited Late Model Series with live coverage of the Beach Bash 150,” said Baker, also the General Manager of the network. “We’re looking for the right partnerships to help us broadcast the entire 2017 series schedule live, so we wanted to get one in this year as a preview of what is to come for next year.”

PMN’s distribution system allows anyone with a smart phone or computer and an internet connection to listen live and take the programming with them.

Listeners can download the free PMN Radio App from their device’s App store, or they can go to PMN Radio’s digital news partner Race Chaser Online’s website ( www.racechaseronline.com) and click on the PMN Radio on the home page to access the live stream.

Performance Motorsports Network programming is also accessible via the TuneIn and Aha Radio Apps.

“We can’t wait to bring our audience two races that should both be exciting right to the wire,” Baker said. “This weekend is the equivalent of the Daytona 500 for the series, and the points battle in the Pro division should make Saturday’s race a real nail biter right to the end!”

“The Young One” Luke Sorrow leads the championship standings in the Pro division by just four markers over Anthony Alfredo, with Colby “The Kid” Howard sitting 24 points back in third and keeping his championship hopes alive.

Thad Moffitt, Grandson of NASCAR’S “King” Richard Petty, will be looking to ice the Daytona1 Challenger championship in his first year of competitive late model racing on Friday afternoon.

The Pro race will pay $4500 to win, and the winner will also receive a guaranteed starting spot in the following weekend’s 225-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series late model race at Myrtle Beach, which pays $1000 to start and $10,000 to win.

The Challenger division will pay $1000 to win on Friday afternoon.

For more information about the Southeast Limited Late Model Series, including purse structure and rules, visit the series website at www.southeastlimiteds.com or contact Ed Cox at 843-421-7276.

2016 Southeast Limited Late Model Series schedule/winners

2/6 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC)
Winner – Chase Purdy – Pro Series only
3/25 -Anderson Motor Speedway (SC)
Winner – Luke Sorrow – both Pro and Challenger
4/23 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC)
Winner – Anthony Aldredo- Pro, Colby Howard – Challenger
5/14 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC)
Winner – Blair Addis Pro, Anthony Miller – Challenger
8/13 – Anderson Motor Speedway (SC) Luke Sorrow – Pro, Thad Moffitt – Challenger
9/10 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC) Colby Howard – Pro, Bob Root, Challenger
10/22- Greenville-Pickens Speedway(SC) Colby Howard – Pro, Bob Root, Challenger
11/12- Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC) Pro/Challenger

Hoosier Tire will award jackets to the top five in season-ending points standings for both the Pro and Daytona1 Lubricants Challenger divisions.

Gale Force Suspension will award a $150 product credit certificate to each Pro division Pole Award winner, and a bonus $1000 in product credit if one driver can win six or more poles in the Pro division in 2016.

Daytona1 Lubricants – is the presenting sponsor of the Challenger Division for 2016. Racers in the Challenger division who choose to become Daytona1 Team Racers by running decals on their cars and purchasing a Daytona1 “Go Fast” kit that will include the quarts of gear lube, engine treatment, power steering fluid, wax, pro spray lube and window cleaner will be eligible for cash and product contingencies each race.

Additionally, becoming a Daytona1 Team Racer gives the teams the opportunity for contingency awards at their home track or any track they run throughout 2016.

AR Bodies will award a body to the Pro division points champion at the season-ending banquet.

Five Star Bodies will award a body to the Daytona1 Lubricants Challenger Series Champion at the season-ending banquet.

Molecule Motorsports will award a complete driver race gear cleaning care kit to the champions of both the Pro and Daytona1 Challenger divisions.

Team Full Throttle , a motorsports media, marketing and promotions company based in Charlotte, North Carolina, will be the Rookie of the Year partner for the Daytona1 Lubricants Challenger Series. The highest finishing rookie who attempted to qualify for all division points races in 2016 will be awarded a customized race team marketing kit at the end of the season.

InLine-Designs, a graphics company based outside Taylorsville, North Carolina, will give away a side wrap at the series banquet and is providing banners and graphic design for the series .

Tri-Star Racewear will also award a firesuit to each division champion at the end of the year as well.

These companies join Daytona1 Lubricants as series partners. Daytona 1 is the title sponsor of the series’ Challenger division.

Racers will be required to display each of these companies decals on their cars at every race.

For more information on series rules, contact Ed Cox at 843-421-9700. For media inquiries, contact Tom Baker at 980-444-2265 or tom@racechaseronline.com.
About The Southeast Limited Late Model Series

The Southeast Limited Late Model Series (SELLM) was founded by Ed and Kelli Cox of Tri-Star Racewear. The mission of this pavement series is to provide Southeast NASCAR Limited Late Model Series racers with a number of affordable, professionally-run shows at premier tracks in the Carolinas region.

The series features two separate divisions. The Daytona 1 Challenger division is designed for racers new to Limited Late Models or those who are on a budget, as this division runs on used tires. The winner takes home $1000 and the Challenger division pays $100 to start.

The Pro division is for the more experienced racers and those who desire to run on new tires. The winner takes home $3,000, and the Pro division pays $300 to start.

The car and motor rules are basically the same in both divisions, allowing teams to easily make the move from Challenger to Pro without a great deal of additional expense.

Challenger features are generally 50 laps in length while the Pro features are 100 laps.

A season-ending banquet is already being planned, and corporate partners for 2016 include Daytona1 Lubricants, AR Bodies, Gale Force Suspension Five-Star Bodies, Team Full Throttle, Molecule Motorsports, Tri-Star Racewear and InLine-Designs.

For more information, including purse structure and rules you can visit their website at http://www.southeastlimiteds.com or contact Ed Cox at
843-421-7276.MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – (November 8, 2016) – When the Southeast Limited Late Model Series concludes their 2016 season November 10th through the 12th with the Beach Bash 150 Championship Weekend at Myrtle Beach Speedway in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, they’ll have a live radio broadcast each day on the Performance Motorsports Network to help them close the season on a high note.

The race is the biggest of the season for the Limited Late Model division and for the series. Over 70 cars from all across the Southeast and beyond are expected to descend on the 1/2-mile oval this weekend.

PMN Radio, known as The Voice Of Motorsports, will broadcast both Friday’s Race Chaser 50 for the Daytona1 Challenger division and Saturday’s Renegade Race Fuels 100 for the Pro division live, with series Media Director/Announcer Tom Baker providing the race call each day.

“We’re excited to begin a relationship with the Southeast Limited Late Model Series with live coverage of the Beach Bash 150,” said Baker, also the General Manager of the network. “We’re looking for the right partnerships to help us broadcast the entire 2017 series schedule live, so we wanted to get one in this year as a preview of what is to come for next year.”

PMN’s distribution system allows anyone with a smart phone or computer and an internet connection to listen live and take the programming with them.

Listeners can download the free PMN Radio App from their device’s App store, or they can go to PMN Radio’s digital news partner Race Chaser Online’s website ( www.racechaseronline.com) and click on the PMN Radio on the home page to access the live stream.

Performance Motorsports Network programming is also accessible via the TuneIn and Aha Radio Apps.

“We can’t wait to bring our audience two races that should both be exciting right to the wire,” Baker said. “This weekend is the equivalent of the Daytona 500 for the series, and the points battle in the Pro division should make Saturday’s race a real nail biter right to the end!”

“The Young One” Luke Sorrow leads the championship standings in the Pro division by just four markers over Anthony Alfredo, with Colby “The Kid” Howard sitting 24 points back in third and keeping his championship hopes alive.

Thad Moffitt, Grandson of NASCAR’S “King” Richard Petty, will be looking to ice the Daytona1 Challenger championship in his first year of competitive late model racing on Friday afternoon.

The Pro race will pay $4500 to win, and the winner will also receive a guaranteed starting spot in the following weekend’s 225-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series late model race at Myrtle Beach, which pays $1000 to start and $10,000 to win.

The Challenger division will pay $1000 to win on Friday afternoon.

For more information about the Southeast Limited Late Model Series, including purse structure and rules, visit the series website at www.southeastlimiteds.com or contact Ed Cox at 843-421-7276.

2016 Southeast Limited Late Model Series schedule/winners

2/6 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC)
Winner – Chase Purdy – Pro Series only
3/25 -Anderson Motor Speedway (SC)
Winner – Luke Sorrow – both Pro and Challenger
4/23 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC)
Winner – Anthony Aldredo- Pro, Colby Howard – Challenger
5/14 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC)
Winner – Blair Addis Pro, Anthony Miller – Challenger
8/13 – Anderson Motor Speedway (SC) Luke Sorrow – Pro, Thad Moffitt – Challenger
9/10 – Greenville-Pickens Speedway (SC) Colby Howard – Pro, Bob Root, Challenger
10/22- Greenville-Pickens Speedway(SC) Colby Howard – Pro, Bob Root, Challenger
11/12- Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC) Pro/Challenger

Hoosier Tire will award jackets to the top five in season-ending points standings for both the Pro and Daytona1 Lubricants Challenger divisions.

Gale Force Suspension will award a $150 product credit certificate to each Pro division Pole Award winner, and a bonus $1000 in product credit if one driver can win six or more poles in the Pro division in 2016.

Daytona1 Lubricants – is the presenting sponsor of the Challenger Division for 2016. Racers in the Challenger division who choose to become Daytona1 Team Racers by running decals on their cars and purchasing a Daytona1 “Go Fast” kit that will include the quarts of gear lube, engine treatment, power steering fluid, wax, pro spray lube and window cleaner will be eligible for cash and product contingencies each race.

Additionally, becoming a Daytona1 Team Racer gives the teams the opportunity for contingency awards at their home track or any track they run throughout 2016.

AR Bodies will award a body to the Pro division points champion at the season-ending banquet.

Five Star Bodies will award a body to the Daytona1 Lubricants Challenger Series Champion at the season-ending banquet.

Molecule Motorsports will award a complete driver race gear cleaning care kit to the champions of both the Pro and Daytona1 Challenger divisions.

Team Full Throttle , a motorsports media, marketing and promotions company based in Charlotte, North Carolina, will be the Rookie of the Year partner for the Daytona1 Lubricants Challenger Series. The highest finishing rookie who attempted to qualify for all division points races in 2016 will be awarded a customized race team marketing kit at the end of the season.

InLine-Designs, a graphics company based outside Taylorsville, North Carolina, will give away a side wrap at the series banquet and is providing banners and graphic design for the series .

Tri-Star Racewear will also award a firesuit to each division champion at the end of the year as well.

These companies join Daytona1 Lubricants as series partners. Daytona 1 is the title sponsor of the series’ Challenger division.

Racers will be required to display each of these companies decals on their cars at every race.

For more information on series rules, contact Ed Cox at 843-421-9700. For media inquiries, contact Tom Baker at 980-444-2265 or tom@racechaseronline.com.
About The Southeast Limited Late Model Series

The Southeast Limited Late Model Series (SELLM) was founded by Ed and Kelli Cox of Tri-Star Racewear. The mission of this pavement series is to provide Southeast NASCAR Limited Late Model Series racers with a number of affordable, professionally-run shows at premier tracks in the Carolinas region.

The series features two separate divisions. The Daytona 1 Challenger division is designed for racers new to Limited Late Models or those who are on a budget, as this division runs on used tires. The winner takes home $1000 and the Challenger division pays $100 to start.

The Pro division is for the more experienced racers and those who desire to run on new tires. The winner takes home $3,000, and the Pro division pays $300 to start.

The car and motor rules are basically the same in both divisions, allowing teams to easily make the move from Challenger to Pro without a great deal of additional expense.

Challenger features are generally 50 laps in length while the Pro features are 100 laps.

A season-ending banquet is already being planned, and corporate partners for 2016 include Daytona1 Lubricants, AR Bodies, Gale Force Suspension Five-Star Bodies, Team Full Throttle, Molecule Motorsports, Tri-Star Racewear and InLine-Designs.

For more information, including purse structure and rules you can visit their website at http://www.southeastlimiteds.com or contact Ed Cox at
843-421-7276.

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