The anticipation for this weekend’s 52nd Annual People’s United Bank Milk Bowl at Vermont’s Thunder Road International Speedway is palpable. The local fans of one of the most prestigious short track events in the country have gobbled up tickets and fans across North America have been signing up to watch the event live on Speed51.com’s 51 TV live pay-per-view video broadcast.
Not able to attend this weekend’s Milk Bowl festivities in person? It’s not too late to sign up to watch the action live on 51 TV. Click here to purchase Saturday’s Qualifying Day action for just $9.99, Sunday’s Race Day festivities for $19.99 or a special two-day package for just $24.99.
Fans purchasing the 51 TV live broadcast will be able to tune in to all of Saturday’s Late Model Time Trial and 50-lap Qualifiers that will set the field for Sunday’s main event. Also Saturday, 51 TV will air the Street Stocks’ 25-lap Mini-Milk Bowl Segment 1 and the 35-lap Mini-Milk Bowl Segment 1. To close out Saturday’s action on 51 TV, fans can whet their appetite for Sunday’s Milk Bowl with live video of the final Late Model practice.
With the autumnal foliage as a backdrop, 51 TV goes live on Sunday at 10am with live video coverage of the final Milk Bowl practice. At 12:30pm, witness all the pageantry of the the pre-race ceremonies of the 52nd Annual Milk Bowl. Cameras will roll as the first 50-lap Late Model Milk Bowl segment will go green at 1:30pm. At the conclusion of the first Late Model segment, the Street Stocks will battle for 25 laps in their championship event. The second segment of the Milk Bowl, which will invert the top 24 finishers from segment 1, will then go green at Thunder Road. The Tiger Sportsman segment 2 will go green afterwards and will be followed by the final segment of the 52nd Annual Milk Bowl. The third and final segment of the Milk Bowl will also feature a 24-car invert from the finishing order of segment 2. All of the feature racing action Sunday will be spotlighted on 51 TV.
At the end of the third segment, 51 TV will air live the traditional ‘Kissing of the Cow’ ceremony in victory lane as the winner of this year’s Milk Bowl event is honored by giving a smooch to a local dairy cow.
All times and order of events are subject to change.
For more information on the 52nd Annual Milk Bowl at Barre, Vermont’s Thunder Road International Speedbowl, visit www.thunderroadspeedbowl.com.
– 51 Sports press release. Photo credit: Speed51.com