For the third straight year, the $10,000-to-win U.S. Pro Stock/Super Late Model National Championship at Seekonk Speedway (MA) will stream live as a Pay-Per-View style video stream on


The race on Wednesday, July 18 can be purchased for $24.99 by clicking here.


This year’s race is the third installment of the U.S. Pro Stock/Super Late Model National Championship. The first two have been thrilling races with Tom Scully Jr. taking the victory after Derek Griffith and Dalton Sargeant tangled coming to the checkered flag in 2016. Then, in 2017, Griffith got redemption in another wild one as he got by Eddie MacDonald late in the race to take the win.


The Third Annual U.S. Pro Stock/Super Late Model National Championship race promises to be an exciting event,” said race promoter Gary Sagar. All the New England states and New York and North Carolina are well represented. If you can’t personally be there, will be sure that you don’t miss out an any of the action.”


This event has become a must-see race in New England and one I look forward to being in attendance for,” said’s Editor, Brandon Paul. The first two races have been classics. I can’t wait to see what happens next week. I’m glad that we have the ability to stream this race live so that fans that can’t be there can still see it.”


Plenty of big names are expected to be in competition on Wednesday night at the Cement Palace” of Seekonk Speedway, including defending winner Derek Griffith, Joey Polewarczyk Jr., Reid Lanpher, and Travis Benjamin. Seekonk Speedway’s Late Model division will also be well represented with Dave Darling, Dylan Estrella and more expected to be in competition.


Speed51’s live pay-per-view broadcast is expected to begin at approximately 6 p.m. ET with qualifying, but that is subject to change due to where the track is in the program. Our live pay-per-view stream will show qualifying for the Super Late Models/Pro Stocks, as well as the INEX Legends car feature and of course the 200-lap U.S. Pro Stock/Super Late Model National Championship event.


Race fans can purchase their online pay-per-view ticket for just $24.99 by clicking here.  A basic (free) membership (for PPV registration only) is required to purchase the pay-per-view broadcast.  Yearly Premium Speed51 Members receive a 10% off discount and have on-demand access to thousands of video highlights and interviews updated daily.


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Live Pay-Per-View Announced for US Pro Stock Nat’l Championship