The Southern Super Series 16-race slate brings together five racetracks in four different states and includes such legendary races as the World Crown 300 and the All-American 400. Alabama's Mobile International Speedway and Montgomery Motor Speedway, Florida's Five Flags Speedway, Georgia's Gresham Motorsports Park and Tennessee's Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville make up the facilities that some of the best Super Late Model racers compete at throughout the year.
Taking a page from southern racing history, the series was formalized in Prattville, Alabama, the birthplace of the former All Pro Series that legendary promoter Bob Harmon created.
With the exception of the World Crown 300 at Gresham Motorsports Park in Jefferson, Georgia, and the All-American 400 at Fairgrounds Speedway in Nashville, Tennessee, the remaining 14 races will be 125green-flag laps, and each of the regular distance races will be based on a 32-car starting field. The 125-lap races will have a 10-minute break at lap 75 for teams to make adjustments to their cars. A limit of six tires per race will be governed for regular distance races.