JEGS.com will continue their long tradition of supporting motorsports by joining forces with Speed51 to power a full slate of live racing broadcasts during the month of June.
Based in Delaware, Ohio, JEGS provides automobile enthusiasts of all kinds with parts, accessories and tools to go fast and stay safe. From the local grassroots level to the higher levels of the sport, the family-owned company has supported stock car racing for many years.
“We’re excited to be a part of Speed51! Bob (Dillner) and team does such a nice job promoting and reporting short track racing of all kinds across the USA,” said John Coughlin, Vice President of JEGS. “51 has really been a big part of telling the globe about the new kids on the block, as well as the seasoned racers and professionally helped spotlight the winners. JEGS wants to be a part of winners and Speed51 is just that.”
Throughout the month of June, JEGS will partner with Speed51 to provide fans with an opportunity to view an array of live broadcasts. Fans tuning in to view live short track racing on Speed51 will also see representation from JEGS throughout the broadcasts.
This weekend alone, JEGS will power six live broadcasts on Speed51 from four different states. Of those six live broadcasts, four of them will be available at no additional cost to monthly and yearly Speed51 subscribers.
The week of live racing will begin on Thursday night with a live broadcast of the Flip Merwin Memorial for Super Late Models at State Park Speedway in Wisconsin. One night later, on Friday, fans will be able to watch the Modifieds of Mayhem Tour at Five Flags Speedway, home of the Snowball Derby.
Friday night will also kick off a doubleheader weekend for the return of the Southeast Dirt Modified Tour on the dirt in North Carolina. Both Friday night’s race at Fayetteville Speedway and Saturday’s race at County Line Raceway are scheduled to be broadcast live on Speed51.
A pair of pay-per-view broadcasts will also be held on Saturday, including the ARCA/CRA Super Series 125 at Anderson Speedway in Indiana. That event will be streamed live on Speed51 for $19.99.
Dirt Late Model fans will also have the ability to watch Super Late Model racing, as the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series visits 311 Motor Speedway (NC). Fans around the country will be able to watch the live broadcast on Speed51 for $19.99.
Whether you prefer dirt or asphalt, there’s a live broadcast awaiting you this weekend on Speed51. And whether you need parts for your car at home or at the race track, visit JEGS.com for the best high-performance parts and accessories.
-Speed51 Press Release & Photo