Summer may be over and with it the Summer Thunder TV series presented by PFC Brakes, but that doesn’t mean the live racing action on Speed51.com is over too. Far from it, actually. Live races available exclusively to premium subscribers will continue on all throughout the rest of the year.
Speed51.com executives are working closely with race tracks and race series around the country to continue showcase short track races to Speed51.com members.
“The number-one thing our fans have told us is that they want to see more live racing,” said Speed51.com’s Editor, Brandon Paul. “We listened and delivered more than 50 live races throughout the Summer Thunder TV run. But we’re not going to stop just because summer ended. We’ve got plenty more coming to the Speed51 Video Network that our premium members will be able to watch for no additional cost.”
Even before summer began Speed51.com was streaming races to our premium members. Premium members got to see big races such as the Winter Showdown at Kern County Raceway in California and the Greenville Meltdown race at South Carolina’s Greenville Pickens Speedway.
Action like that will continue on the Speed51 Video Network for our monthly and yearly subscribers.
A full list of races available to premium members will be made available shortly.
Fans can become a premium member of Speed51.com with either a monthly or yearly subscription. A monthly membership is available for $7.99 per month. A yearly membership can be purchased for $69.99 per year.
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