As the days click off, the launch of the highly-anticipated 51 Network nears closer.  We at have been busy out in the field shooting short track racing events to give you a glimpse of what is to come with the new subscription-based online video network.  Now, we’re putting out a wanted ad for any and all short track racing videos.  Whether you’re a track or series videographer, casual videographer or a race car driver with an on-board camera, we want your videos.


“People love video; racing fans love seeing unique footage and that’s what we are trying to capture on the 51 Network,” said owner Bob Dillner.  “If you are a videographer at any pavement track in America we want to talk to you.  If you are a racer that has an on-board camera, whether it’s a Modified, Late Model, Street Stock or Mini Stock, it doesn’t matter; people want to see that type of stuff.  Send it to us and we will include it on the 51 Network.”


The 51 Network, which is scheduled to launch on Wednesday, June 24, will be short track racing’s highlight and news video hub.  From race highlights, to on-board footage, to exclusive interviews, features and more, the 51 Network will bring fans closer to the action than ever before.


If you are interested in having your video exposed to the large audience on and the 51 Network, please email Bob Dillner at [email protected]  The process of getting you set up to upload videos is simple and the team at 51 will have you set up in no time.  From that point on, all you will need to do is upload your video and our team will take care of the rest.


Having your video on the 51 Network is a great way for videographers to have their product displayed in front of the masses.  It also serves a great way to sell your full-length DVD’s, as videographers will be offered an opportunity to advertise your full product in each video.


For more information on the 51 Network, click here.  To inquire about getting set up with an account to contribute to the 51 Network, please email [email protected]

Calling All Videographers and On-Board Cameras