One of the most talked about short track events of the year, the inaugural Canadian Short Track Nationals at Jukasa Motor Speedway will be streamed live via a pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.com.
Race fans worldwide will be able to tune in as the top Pro Late Model racers from the United States and Canada battle for the $50,000 (CAD) top prize on Sunday, September 2. Additionally, Speed51.com will offer a live video stream of the APC United Late Model Series on Saturday, September 1.
"We are excited to partner with Speed51.com for the Canadian Short Track Nationals," said Jukasa Motor Speedway General Manager Alex Nagy. "With the amount of teams we have from different parts of North America we felt it was important to allow fans that can't be here in person to be able to see the event live."
The inaugural Canadian Short Track Nationals at the beautiful Jukasa Motor Speedway has drawn interest from many of the top Late Model racers in North America. Drivers from the United States such as Bubba Pollard, Brian Campbell, Johnny VanDoorn and Sterling Marlin will make their way north of the border to challenge the tough Canadian contingent including Brandon Watson, JR Fitzpatrick and Taylor Holdaway.
"When you look at the events that are being talked about the most in 2018, this is certainly one of them," said Speed51.com Editor Brandon Paul. "We've had a lot of race fans asking us if we were going to be offering a broadcast of this race, so we're pleased to partner with Jukasa Motor Speedway to bring this event to those who aren't able to make it to Ontario to see it in person."
Speed51.com's live broadcast of the Canadian Short Track Nationals will begin on Saturday, September 1 with live coverage of the APC United Late Model Series and Outlaw Super Late Models.
Coverage will continue on Sunday, September 2 when Pro Late Models hit the track for their chance at qualifying for the $50,000-to-win (CAD) main event. Speed51.com's live broadcast will cover the Pro Late Model last chance races, as well as the Super Stock feature, leading into the 200-lap Pro Late Model feature.
The cheapest way to watch both days of racing is to purchase a two-day video package for just $34.99. Single day tickets are also available for Saturday ($19.99) and Sunday ($24.99). Please note that all prices listed are USD.
Live video tickets for the Canadian Short Track Nationals can be purchased today by clicking here.