51TV will be live on the air at 8pm Central Time (9pm ET) tonight with their first of four days of live pay-per-view coverage of the 47th Annual Snowball Derby. The Bomber and Sportsman divisions will square off in 30-lap features to kick off four days worth of live video action.


You can still order all four days of the live pay-per-view broadcast by Clicking Here.


All four days will be available exclusively on Speed51.com.


More than 8,000 feet of cable has been laid to bring this broadcast that will utilize 10 different camera positions with a production staff of professionals from ESPN, FOX Sports, NASCAR Media and more.


Thursday’s broadcast will be 51TV’s “basic” coverage with live video and the Five Flags Speedway announcers Robbie Harvey and Bill Roth calling the action. Thursday’s action is only available for viewers who purchased the four-day Snowball Derby package.


On Friday, 51TV will be live at 6pm central time with a full “51 TV Signature” broadcast to bring fans live coverage of qualifying for the 47th Annual Snowball Derby along with the Modifieds and Super Stocks feature events.


NASCAR broadcaster Bob Dillner and Adam Mackey will have the play-by-play of one of the most intense qualifying sessions in all of short track racing. Jana Wimmer and Derek Pernesiglio will be on pit road to get drivers’ reactions.


Saturday’s broadcast will get underway at 2pm central time with Snowflake 100 qualifying, Snowball Derby and Snowflake 100 last chance races, and the Allen Turner Hyundai Snowflake 100.


Matt “Duke” Kentfield and Matt Prieur will call the play-by-play action of the Snowflake 100 with Jana Wimmer, Mikayla Kugler and Derek Pernesiglio reporting from pit road.


The biggest asphalt short track race of the year, the 47th Annual Snowball Derby, will get the green flag at 2pm central time on Sunday afternoon. 51TV’s live coverage will start at noon with a two-hour pre-race show leading up to the first ever-live broadcast of the 300-lap Snowball Derby.


Matthew Dillner, from NASCAR GarageCam, will kick off the coverage with a special DerbyCam broadcast.


Bob Dillner and Mackey will call the 300-lap race with Kugler, Wimmer and Pernesiglio on pit road.


The PPV has no blackout restrictions and fans can order single day or the multi-day package.


The best package to purchase is the three-day package for $54.99 and it includes access to tonight’s broadcast starting at 8pm central time.


Friday’s price is $14.99 and Saturday’s is $19.99. Just want to catch the Snowball Derby itself; you can get Sunday for only $24.99.




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51TV is Ready for Night One of the Snowball Derby