Details Announced for Money in the Bank PPV Broadcast

The Money in the Bank 150 returns to Berlin Raceway (MI) on Monday, June 10, paying $20,000 to win. Fans unable to make the trip to the unique, challenging race track will still be able to watch one of Super Late Model racing’s most anticipated events via a live, pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.

 

“This is such a cool and exciting event, both for its strong purse and its one-day format,” said Zach Evans, a National Correspondent for Speed51.com.  “In just three years, the Money in the Bank 150 has become one of the most anticipated Super Late Model events of the season. Our staff at Speed51 is excited to once again partner with Berlin Raceway to bring this event to a worldwide audience.”

 

The live broadcast on Speed51 will be available to watch for $19.99.  As always, yearly premium members of the Speed51 Network will receive a 10% discount on the pay-per-view purchase, marking the price down to $17.99 for those users.

 

Fans purchasing a pay-per-view video ticket will be able to watch the 150-lap Super Late Model race sanctioned by the ARCA/CRA Super Series, as well as the Main Event Outlaw Tour’s feature event.  The broadcast is slated to begin at approximately 6:30 p.m. ET when last chance races (if necessary) begin.

 

Currently, 24 Super Late Model drivers are entered in the event, including national stars such as Bubba Pollard, Brian Campbell, Donnie Wilson, Travis Braden and Preston Peltier. Pollard and Campbell won the first two editions of the high-paying one-day event.

 

Last year’s Money in the Bank 150 featured a thrilling finish between Pollard, Campbell and NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Busch.

 

In addition to the national stars, a large group of local stars will be looking to defend their home turf and capture the $20,000 check.

 

The latest entry list for this year’s version of the race can be seen by clicking here.

 

To purchase your Speed51 pay-per-view ticket for the Money in the Bank 150, click here.

 

-51 Sports Press Release

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Details Announced for Money in the Bank PPV Broadcast