Dirt Kings Tour at Outagamie to Stream Live on Speed51

The Dirt Kings Tour returns to Outagamie Speedway (WI) for the second round of the Seubert Triple Crown on Friday, July 19.  The event promises to be an exciting one, and it is one that will be broadcast to a worldwide audience as Speed51’s Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brakes continues this weekend.


When the Dirt Kings Tour visited Outagamie for the first round of the Triple Crown, Nick Anvelink scored the win in a field of 26 entries.  Anvelink, a two-time Dirt Kings Tour champion, trails Brett Swedberg by 10 points in the 2019 series standings after six races.


The broadcast of Friday’s Dirt Kings Tour event is available at no extra cost to Premium Members of the Speed51 Network as part of Summer Thunder TV.  Summer Thunder TV, celebrating its third season, brings more than 70 live events over the summer months to racing fans for just $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year as part of a Speed51 Network Premium Membership.


Along with those broadcasts, Premium Members also gain access to our expansive on-demand library featuring thousands of videos from the biggest events in short track racing, including highlights, recaps, on-board videos, exclusive interviews and more.


The stream is expected to start at 8:30 p.m. Central Time (9:30 p.m. Eastern Time) on Friday.  Stay tuned to Speed51’s social media platforms for updates on Friday regarding the broadcast schedule.


Click here to join the Speed51 Network today and gain access to Friday’s Dirt Kings Tour broadcast from Outagamie Speedway, only on Speed51.


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Dirt Kings Tour at Outagamie to Stream Live on Speed51