The ARCA/CRA Super Series rolls into Michigan’s Berlin Raceway on Saturday, August 26, and Speed51.com will be there to stream all of the racing action live from the Battle at Berlin 251. Race fans unable to make the trip to Marne, Michigan to watch the prestigious event will be able to watch all of the action from the comfort of their own home via a live pay-per-view broadcast.
The race will be produced by Berlin Raceway officials and streamed live through Speed51.com for just $19.99 for a video ticket.
Saturday’s entry list is jam-packed with talent. Leading the entry list is the red-hot Travis Braden from Wheeling, West Virginia. Also on the list is Terry Senneker Jr., Dalton Armstrong, Steve Dorer, Raphael Lessard, Chase Purdy, Brian Campbell, Johnny VanDoorn and more. Bubba Pollard, the winner of the Money in the Bank 150 earlier this season at Berlin, will also be racing.
“The Battle at Berlin 251 is widely considered as one of the most exciting annual Super Late Model events,” said Brandon Paul, Speed51.com’s Editor. “We’re excited to work with the staff and productions crew at Berlin Raceway to make this race available once again to race fans worldwide. And if the Money in the Bank 150 earlier this year was any indication, fans will be in for one heck of a show on Saturday.”
The Speed51.com live stream will begin at approximately 6 p.m. ET with the start of pre-race ceremonies. Race fans will get to see the last chance race for the ARCA/CRA Super Series, the 25-lap Sportsman race, the 60-lap Outlaw Late Model feature, and of course the 251-lap Battle at Berlin.
The last two years have seen wild action through all 251 laps with Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Erik Jones winning each time. Jones is not in the field this year, so now it’s once again anybody’s race to win.
Race fans looking to purchase their Battle at Berlin 251 live video ticket can do so by clicking here.
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