Big Street Stock Race at Dillon to Be Nationally Televised

The New Year’s Bash returns to Dillon Motor Speedway on January 8-10, 2021, headlined by the 11th running of Dillon’s Street Stock Nationals.  The event will be nationally televised on MAVTV on a tape-delayed basis, shining a national spotlight on the grassroots Street Stock racers.


For the third year, the Street Stock portion of the New Year’s Bash will be televised on Speed51’s Short Track America on MAVTV.  The event attracts competitors from across the United States, all looking for a chance to race during the quiet winter months.


$2,500 will be up for grabs for the winner of the 111-lap feature race at the South Carolina bullring.  More than 40 Street Stocks took part in the 10th Annual New Year’ Bash, and 31 cars will take the green flag for the main event in 2021.


Speed51 TV will produce the tape-delayed broadcast using a multi-camera format that includes replays, network TV–style graphics and on-board cameras. A full broadcast team, including a pit reporter, will be on hand for the New Year’s Bash.


Speed51’s Short Track America will deliver the one-hour broadcast of the race for the viewers on MAVTV. Details regarding this broadcast, including its initial air date, will be released in the coming weeks.


MAVTV, an American cable and satellite television channel owned by the automotive lubricant company Lucas Oil, has become the go-to channel for short track racing events in recent years. The company produces full race broadcasts for series such as the ARCA Racing Series, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, Lucas Oil Modified Series and many more.


MAVTV is available through a variety of nationwide providers, including AT&T U-verse, DIRECTV, fios by Verizon, Spectrum and Fubo TV.


Stay tuned to Speed51 for more information regarding the Short Track America broadcast of the New Year’s Bash, as well as other events on the 2021 Short Track America broadcast schedule.


-Speed51 Press Release

Big Street Stock Race at Dillon to Be Nationally Televised