This past weekend saw beautiful weather throughout much of the country, which meant that many people went and did outside activities instead of staying inside and watching a race on the computer. That means there’s a good chance that you missed three exciting races that aired live on Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brakes. But, you the race fan should not fret, because all three of those races are now available as on-demand replays on the Speed51 Network powered by JEGS.
The first race in our Summer Thunder TV tripleheader took place on Barre, Vermont’s legendary high-banks of Thunder Road International Speedbowl. The local Late Model warriors battled with Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch in the Vermont Governor’s Cup 150. Oh yeah, the actual governor of Vermont, Phil Scott, was in the race as well.
Marne, Michigan’s Berlin Raceway always poses a challenge to any Late Model driver that attempts to race there. On Saturday the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Pro Late Models took to the tricky Michigan oval for the Beach Bash 100. Veteran driver Brian Campbell and young teenager Carson Hocevar battled for the lead throughout much of the race.
Finally, the ARCA Midwest Tour went to Illinois’ Grundy County Speedway for the Wayne Carter Classic. That event saw a $1,000 bounty on the door of Ty Majeski’s No. 91. Could anybody stop Majeski or would the three-time ARCA Midwest Tour champion roll into victory lane once again?
All three of these races and more are available for premium members of Speed51.com to watch anywhere they please at any time they please. Race fans can become premium members of Speed51.com for just $7.99 a month of $59.99 for a whole year by clicking here.
Not only do premium members have access to these three races, but premium members also have access to race highlights, interviews, features, more on-demand race replays and all live Summer Thunder TV races as well.
The next race in the Summer Thunder TV lineup takes place on Saturday, July 22 when the Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Tour rolls into New York’s Holland Speedway.
-By Rob Blount, Speed51.com Southeast Editor – Twitter: @RobBlount
-Photo Credit: Speed51.com