With 168 laps lead and 19 of 22 cars on the field lapped, Chris Ginn gave a clinic on how to race on a short track at the 1st Annual Southern Superstars Racing League Snowball Derby, sponsored by ScreenThatPorch.com. The event was hosted at 5 Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida. Ginn, who came in on the pole, wasted no time running away with the lead, leading most of the opening laps and a total of 168 of 300. Hard-charging Greg Evans, who came from the 14th position to finish in second, lead the second most laps with 95 front-running circuits completed. The race saw 13 lead changes between six drivers, including Scotty Formosa, Chuck Chamblee, Maat Vaade and Bobby McBrayer. Between 14 caution flags for a total of 64 laps, pit strategy was key for the top three finishers. “Going into the race, we knew we were going to have to manage our tires,” said pole sitter Ginn. “We got lucky with the yellow flags at the end of the run, and were able to get in and out.” The event is the first of an annual tradition Southern Superstars Racing League is planning on hosting every year. The online aspect is the counterpart to the real event held every year in Pensacola – completing its 43rd running at the beginning of December (Dec. 1-5). To find out more about the real-life event, visit 5 Flags Speedway’s website at http://5flagsspeedway.com/. Southern Superstars Racing League runs year-round leagues in Late Model, Truck, and Cup series racing. To find out more about their league and annual events, visit them online at http://www.southernsuperstarsracing.com/.