HOW TO WATCH: 44th Annual Hardee’s Ratter 250 at South Alabama Speedway

OPP, Alabama (May 23, 2020) — The 44th Annual Hardee’s Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway is set to roll and you can watch all the racing activities on May 23rd and 24th via online streaming.

While being at the track is the best way to experience a race, the speedway knows that there are many that are unable to attend, and this current time of uneasiness, many that are not ready to be around crowds, even with the multitude of precautionary measures being taken to ensure everyone in attendance a fun, safe event.

That being said, the Saturday and Sunday slate of events will be streamed on as part of their premium membership at no additional cost to members.

Memberships to cost $9.99 per month or $79.99 for the year.

On Saturday, The Speed51 broadcast is scheduled to begin at 3:30 PM CST, in time to see Rattler 250 Qualifying and Baby Rattler 125 Qualifying.

From there, the action continues with local division practice and qualifying leading into the night’s feature events, beginning with the resumption of the Friday Super Stock feature that was stopped at lap 16 for rain, then a Mini-Cup 20 lap race followed by the 15th Annual Grasshopper Pro Late Rattler 125. Saturday night closes out with a 50 lap Modified feature followed up by 35 lap Roadrunner affair.

On Sunday, the broadcast kicks off at 1:30 PM CST with pre-race ceremonies leading into the 44th Annual Hardee’s Rattler 250, the opening event for the 2020 Southern Super Series season.

In addition to the live broadcast on, keep an eye out on for continuing updates throughout the weekend with stories, photos and videos from everything happening at South Alabama Speedway.

– Daniel Vining, Twitter: @danielvining

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