Racing will return to the Music City next Saturday, July 4 with eight divisions of racing in action at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. The event will be the first event held at the historic oval following the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the event will be held with a limited grandstand capacity, fans unable to attend will be able to watch a live broadcast of the night’s action on Speed51.
Officials from Speed51 and Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway have joined forces to provide a live pay-per-view broadcast for only $10. The live broadcast will showcase feature racing for all eight divisions including Pro Late Models, Super Trucks, Limited Late Models, Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Front Runners, Legends Cars and Bandoleros.
“We’re excited to partner with Speed51 to provide our loyal race fans with an opportunity to watch racing from Nashville during this time,” said Randy Dyce of Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. “Since we are going to be limited with the number of fans allowed in the grandstands, this will be the next best thing as we work hard to get all of our fans back to the track soon.”
In addition to being the first stock car event held at the track since the COVID-19 pandemic began, next Saturday’s event will also be the first at the track since the All American 400 on November 3, 2019. It will also be the first event held at the track under the guidance of Track Enterprises, the new group in charge of event management at the Nashville facility.
Currently, the exact number of grandstand tickets being sold for the event is not certain. More information on grandstand tickets will be made available by the race track in the coming days.
Those who are out of the area or who aren’t able to watch in person due to the current restrictions will be able to support the event by purchasing a pay-per-view ticket on Speed51 for just $10.
Yearly Speed51 subscribers will receive 10% off the purchase of a pay-per-view ticket.
To order your pay-per-view ticket to watch next Saturday’s racing, click here.
-Text by Speed51 Staff
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