Nashville, TN (December 16, 2023) – The United Late Model Rules Alliance (ULRA) has released the 2024 Pro Late Model Specifications & Guidelines for those across the country who utilize the ULRA standard rule book. The ULRA continues to bring a common rules package to the country from north to south for Pro Late Model competitors.
Organizations utilizing the ULRA Specifications & Guidelines include Champion Racing Association’s JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, Crisp Motorsports Park, Five Flags Speedway, Mobile International Raceway, Montgomery Motor Speedway, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, and New Smyrna Speedway. The Z-MAX CARS Pro Late Model Tour will also follow the ULRA Specifications & Guidelines with minor variances specific for the 2024 CARS Tour season.
A copy of the Pro Late Model rule book can be found on participating organizations websites. Updates for the 2024 season are indicated in red print.
United Late Model Rules Alliance: [2024 Pro Late Model Specifications & Guidelines]
The United Late Model Rules Alliance has streamlined the building process and enables teams to compete in major Pro Late Model events across the nation with ease; events such as the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing, Alabama 200, Masters of the Pros 185, Snowflake 100 and many more.
The first major Pro Late Model event of the 2024 season is the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Protect Your Melon – Buckle Up Speedfest 100 non-points race on Saturday, January 20 at Crisp Motorsports Park in Cordele, GA. The ASA/CRA Super Series and ASA Southern Super Series will also be in action with a co-sanctioned 150 lap feature race [learn more].