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Mission Statement

Keep On Keeping On.........Definitely a simple enough statement to most people, but for the Promoters Racing Organization (P.R.O.) Super Late Model tour it best describes the goal of its forefathers. It's no secret that over the past decade that Super Late Model racing has faced many hardships not only in the Southeast, but across the entire country. Track owners claim that they can't afford to run Super Late Models and Super Late Model drivers complain that they can't afford to run for the purses offered by the track owners. As a result, some of the top tracks in the country have gone without one of the most popular divisions, while several others that have continued to run the division are close to giving up the fight.

In the Mississippi and Alabama area, a group of four individuals, Mike Mauldin, Johnny Stokes, and Rodney Wing have decided to do something to preserve Super Late Models in the area. Thus was born the P.R.O. Super Late Model tour, which offers Super Late Model purses that tracks can afford and that racer's can afford to fund their programs on as well. The goal of the series is to have 10-14 races in its inaugural season to allow drivers race at tracks within a reasonable proximity of their home bases. In addition, the tour simultaneously allows tracks, who haven't been able to afford to run Super Late Models to bring the division in a couple of times a year, while also allowing tracks that still run Super Late Models to be able to continue to do so.

In its first season the tour visited North Alabama Speedway (Tuscumbia, AL), Corinth Speedway (Corinth, MS), Columbus Speedway (Columbus, MS), Greenville Speedway (Greenville, MS), Whynot Motorsports Park (Meridian, MS), Central Mississippi Speedway (Winona, MS), and Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, MS).

During the 2010 season the tour averaged an impressive 32 cars per event as it contested 13 events with eight different drivers claiming wins. David Breazeale claimed the inaugural season's title over Rick Rickman, Kyle Beard, Dean Carpenter, and Brian Rickman.