Short track racing fans who purchase the live 51 TV broadcast of Saturday’s 7-Up Twin 100’s at Toledo Speedway (OH) will be as close to the action as they can be without being there. Announced today, the broadcast will not only include full coverage of both 100-lap features but will also include in-depth coverage of qualifying for both feature events, as well as multiple pre and post-race interviews.
The 51 TV signature broadcast, which features multiple camera angles, an in-house broadcast team and a broadcast-style graphics package, is scheduled to go live at approximately 1 p.m. ET when the first car rolls onto the track for qualifying. Coverage of Saturday’s event on 51 TV is presented by PFC Brakes and Five Star Race Car Bodies.
Fans can purchase their live 51 TV online video ticket for Saturday’s live broadcast by clicking here.
“Our goal is to bring the fans unable to travel to Toledo closer to all of the action,” said Speed51.com owner Bob Dillner. “By including wall-to-wall coverage of qualifying, as well as multiple driver interviews before and after the race, we believe we give the fans the next best thing if they can’t be in the grandstands at Toledo.”
The live pay-per-view broadcast will be headlined by a Super Late Model combination event featuring the ARCA/CRA Super Series and ARCA Midwest Tour in a 100-lap battle at Toledo. Co-headlining the event on the live broadcast will be a 100-lap main event for the ARCA Royal Truck & Trailer Gold Cup Outlaw Late Models.
Toledo Speedway hosted successful combination events between the ARCA/CRA Super Series and ARCA Midwest Tour in 2013 and 2014, but now fans worldwide will have the opportunity to watch drivers from two of the nation’s premiere short track series wage battle for supremacy. While it is a non-points event for the Midwest Tour, the 100-lap Super Late Model feature on April 11 will kick off the chase for the 2015 ARCA/CRA Super Series championship.
For more information on the 7-Up Twin 100′s, visit www.cra-racing.com and www.toledospeedway.com.
Click here to purchase a live video ticket to watch the event for just $19.99.