Over the past few years the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series has added new regional tours throughout the eastern and midwestern United States. They’ve now announced that in 2019 they will expand into the Deep South with a new series.
The ULTIMATE Deep South Super Late Model will sanction races throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. The new expansion will see Huntsville, Alabama’s Charles Raymond Evans serving as the series director.
“I am looking forward to the opportunity to build a brand-new region of ULTIMATE,” said Evans, “The ULTIMATE brand has become the premier regional touring series for super late models. I look to build upon that and hit the ground running, working with the tracks and drivers in the region.”
Operating as a subsidiary of FASTRAK Companies Internationals, the new ULTIMATE Deep South Super Late Model Series will hold races in the Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas area. The ULTIMATE Deep South Super Late Model Series will be the fifth region of ULTIMATE along with the Southeast, Battle of the Bluegrass, Mid-Ohio Valley, and Northeast.
Evans raced asphalt quarter midgets in the Huntsville area and worked as a Series official with the Southern All Stars Super Late Model Series. He will bring years of racing experience with him as he builds the ULTIMATE Deep South Super Late Model Series. Evans will be seeking to hire officials to work with the new series and can be reached at (256)684-5623 or [email protected].
“I’m excited to see the continued growth of the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series,” said FASTRAK Companies International General Manager DJ Irvine, “I know that Charles will do an outstanding job bringing ULTIMATE into a new region.”
The ULTIMATE Deep South Super Late Model Series will have a $10,000 total points fund in 2019, including $5,000 to the champion with the balance being distributed to the remainder of the Top-5 drivers in the final standings.