Saturday, December 8, 2018

How to Watch the 20th Annual Snowflake 100

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After the monsoon of 2018 hit Snowball Derby weekend last Saturday, causing the postponement of the Modifieds of Mayhem, Pro Trucks and Snowflake 100 Pro Late Models, the time has finally come to get this show on the road.

Sunday, December 9th, 2018, Five Flags Speedway hosts the 20th Annual Snowflake 100 in Pensacola, FL. The day looks to be jam packed from the opening of the pit gates through to the closing of the tech shed after the day’s final racing action has ended.

Schedule of Events:

8:00 - Pits Open
11:00 - Driver’s Meeting
12:00 - 12:15 - Modified Practice
12:15 - 12:45 - Snowflake Practice
12:45 - 1:30 - Pro Truck Practice
2:00 - Modifieds of Mayhem 75 lap feature
- Snowflake Qualifying
- Snowflake Last Chance Race
- Pro Truck Qualifying
- Pre Race Ceremonies
- Pro Truck 50 lap feature

For those that plan on attending the races in person, Five Flags Speedway addressed a number of frequently asked questions associated with the amended schedule.

Personal Vehicles in the Pits:

At this time, there will be no personal vehicles allowed in pits on Sunday, just like last Saturday would have been. Haulers will be parked strategically to allow best possible visibility from the grandstands. We anticipate today’s rain (on Sunday, December 8th) to limit parking areas in pit area. ATVs for race teams only.


Anyone still wearing armband from last weekend will be allowed direct pit access. For those not wearing armbands, you can trade last weeks armband for new armband and resign release and waiver form.


Tickets punched with "Mickey Mouse ears" will be granted entrance to grandstands. Tickets punched with "gun" was a Sunday only ticket, and will not be good for entrance this week.
It is important to note, that if you are sitting on a numbered seat, first rights to that seat go to person holding ticket. Simply relocate to different seat.

VIP ticket holders will be required to have both ticket and armband.

General Admission for Sunday $30 adults $5 under 12
Pit passes $40

Reserved Parking:

Reserved parking area will be in same spot as before for those with parking pass. We anticipate an ample amount of free parking on ground for those without pass. There will be no shuttle from fairgrounds unless parking lot becomes full.

Apparel vendors and scanner trailer will be on site.

Pay Per View:

While the best way to experience racing of this caliber is in person, you can still take in all the action via pay per view by

Pay per view video tickets can be purchased here. will be honoring all applicable purchased video tickets from last week as well.

Additional information on all the broadcast info can be found here.

Editor’s Note: I understand that there will still be questions for many of you, but please understand that I can only verify the information that I’ve been provided by Five Flags Speedway and Please direct further questions to them as needed.

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