CARS Tour Southern National: Start Time, Lineups, TV and More

The most unique touring division in the recent history of short track racing continues today at Southern National Motorsports Park and we have the actual green flag time, the entry lists and some cool facts about the first return trip for the CARS Super Late Model and Late Model Stock Tour.

What time do the races start today?

Featuring twin races for the Super Late Models and Late Model Stock divisions, the Don’t Tread on Me 250 presented by Military Missions in Action is scheduled to go green at 7:30 p.m. The Super Late Models will race first while the Late Model Stocks will follow shortly afterwards.

Race name/distance?

Tonight’s race is the Don’t Tread on Me 250 presented by Military Missions in Action at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, N.C. — the fourth event in the history of the new CARS Racing Tour. Each race is 125 green flag laps, providing a total of 250 laps in Northeast North Carolina.

Television and Live Streaming?

The complete CARS Tour schedule will be broadcast over the internet on RACEFEEDX – a leading digital motorsports streaming provider. The PPV broadcast can be purchased for $18.00, which is two dollars less than a general admission grandstand ticket.

*** NOTE: If you’re out and about today and can’t watch to the race, make sure to follow @Race22 and @MattWeaverSBN on Twitter. They will be tweeting live updates throughout the event. ***


Southern National Motorsports Park has not yet announced a complete sellout but the best seats will go on a first come, first sever basis. The same applies to trackside parking, a hot commodity given the warm weather expected throughout the night in northern North Carolina.

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It’s going to be one hot night in Lucama. The high is expected to reach 90 degrees bit there is virtually no chance of rain – a paltry 10 percent. The temperatures will be in the pleasant mid-70s come the first green flag.

The complete entry lists can be found below.

Super Late Models

About the Author, the Short Track Authority, started out at Star City News, a racing magazine in the early-to-mid 2000s. In 2006, was formed and quickly became a leading news outlet in Late Model Stock Car racing.

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