TOLEDO, Ohio – Race fans can now purchase the pay-per-view access to Saturday’s racing doubleheader from Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, ARCA’s first-ever live online broadcast. Orders for ARCA’s first fully produced on-line event broadcast went on sale at 9:00 AM Eastern Time.
The Southern Super Series “Federated Car Care 100” super late model event will open the broadcast at 6:00 PM Central Time, followed by the ARCA Racing Series “Troop Aid 200” at 8:00 PM.
Both races are available for $29.95, which covers full access to 300 laps of racing broadcast live on www.arcaracing.com.
Those who wish to purchase the program must be a member of the ARCA website (www.arcaracing.com) and must be logged in to access the order function. Those who are not members of the site can sign up for FREE by clicking on the “sign up” tab on the sites upper right hand corner of the home page. Then proceed with the purchase of the race event.
Go here to order online broadcast.
ARCA Racing Network broadcasters Charles Krall and Tim Clagg will call the race with Kristen Beat the pit road reporter.
The live online broadcast of the Troop Aid 200 will be the first fully-produced race event streamed on the ARCA website. The sanctioning body has previously aired streaming video from events, but never a fully produced program, complete with graphics, live “play-by-play” and color commentary.
The Troop Aid 200 will be ARCA’s first race at the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville since 1992 and will be the third race of the national touring series’ 20-race season.
The Southern Super Series Super Late Models will be making their only appearance at the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville this season in the Federated Car Care 100 presented by Crane Cams & Crosley Brands.
-ARCA Racing Series Press Release