Use #SnowballDerby to Follow & Interact About Snowball Derby
Less than three weeks remain until the 49th Annual Snowball Derby, and the anticipation surrounding the race at Five Flags Speedway (FL) is already high. For fans and race teams, one the best ways to share your excitement is to use #SnowballDerby, the official hashtag for the race, on Twitter.
Those using #SnowballDerby will see their Tweets appear in the Snowball Derby Twitter Box presented by ARBodies on the right side of Speed51.com, the official news site of the Snowball Derby.
ARBodies, which will supply ABC bodies for a number of Late Model teams at the Snowball Derby, continues their support of short track racing by presenting the live Twitter Box on Speed51.com.
Fans will be able to visit the Twitter Box presented by ARBodies on the right side of Speed51.com to get the latest information and to see what other people are saying about the 49th Annual Snowball Derby.
Many drivers, teams, fans and media outlets are already using the #SnowballDerby hashtag to discuss the big race weekend on December 1-4 in Pensacola, Florida.
In recent years, those using and following the hashtag have been the first to see some of the unique paint schemes that drivers will use specifically for the Snowball Derby. Racers and teams are encouraged to use #SnowballDerby to give fans a behind-the-scenes look at their Snowball Derby experience.
Following the hashtag will also allow fans to get the latest news and information from Speed51.com, as well as other media outlets covering the race, during Snowball Derby week.
If you want Snowball Derby news and information, there will certainly be no lack of it if you follow #SnowballDerby before, during and after the race weekend.
Whether you’re at the track or watching from home, be sure to use the #SnowballDerby hashtag often and look to see if your Tweets have made it into the Speed51.com Twitter Box presented by ARBodies.
ARBodies has become an innovative leader in the ABC body field, which was developed several years ago to help create a uniform set of body rules for Late Model series and tracks throughout the country, while also offering the bodies at an economical price for racers. ARBodies also offers cutting-edge body technology for a wide range of short track racing cars and trucks.
The 49th Annual Snowball Derby weekend kicks off with the Cat Country/WEAR-TV3 Green Flag Party on Wednesday, November 30. On-track activities start Thursday, December 1, for the opening practice rounds for the Snowball Derby Super Late Models and Snowflake 100 Pro Late Models. The Five Flags Butler U-Pull-It Bombers and The Dock at Pensacola Sportsman divisions will also have feature events on Snowball Derby Thursday.
The top Snowball Derby starting spots will be set on Friday, December 2 during WXBM 102.7 Pole Night at Five Flags. The Five Flags Faith Chapel Super Stocks and Modifieds will also battle in their Snowball Derby features after Super Late Model qualifying.
The Allen Turner Hyundai Snowflake 100 takes center stage on Saturday, December 3 as the top Pro Late Model racers in the country qualify and battle for 100 laps at Five Flags. In addition, Saturday’s action features the final 50-lap qualifying event for Snowball Derby drivers to make one last effort to qualify for the 300-lap Super Late Model race. The Beef O Brady’s Pro Trucks will also have a 50-lap feature on Snowball Derby Saturday.
Then on Sunday, December 4, the green flag will drop on the 49th Annual Snowball Derby at 2 p.m. CT at Pensacola, Florida’s Five Flags Speedway.
-51 Sports Press Release. Photo credit: Speed51.com