Speed51’s Short Track America will be bringing one of the Southeast’s biggest Late Model events of the season to a national television audience Wednesday night, May 15. The tape-delayed broadcast of the March Madness event for the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series at Cherokee Speedway will debut at 7 p.m. ET on MAVTV.
“We’re very proud of the show our racers, officials and everyone involved put on during March Madness,” said Cherokee Speedway promoter Scott Childress. “Like many of our fans and racers, I’m very excited to watch the show that Speed51 and MAVTV put together for the event. We hope that fans all over the country can watch the broadcast and make their plans to join us soon at ‘The Place Your Momma Warned You About.'”
The enhanced one-hour broadcast of the $12,000-to-win race will feature a broadcast team including a pit reporter, as well as multiple camera angles and replays never seen before. Speed51’s Bob Dilllner and Wesley Outland will be on the call for the 60-lap feature, with Alan Dietz on pit road bringing you the biggest stories before, during and after the race.
Many of Dirt Late Model racing’s biggest national and regional stars competed in the March Madness event, including Jonathan Davenport, Chris Ferguson, Jimmy Owens, Ross Bailes, Chris Madden, Brandon Overton and Zack Mitchell.
Wednesday’s broadcast of March Madness at Cherokee Speedway is one of 18 short track racing events currently slated to air on Speed51’s Short Track America on MAVTV. Following the debut at 7 p.m. ET, additional airings will be shown at 10 p.m. ET Wednesday night and Thursday morning at 4 a.m. ET.
Fans watching the broadcast on MAVTV are encouraged to Tweet their seat from where they’re watching. Those who Tweet a photo with hashtag #ShortTrackAmerica, while tagging @speed51dotcom and @MAVTV, will be entered into a drawing to win a free t-shirt from Speed51.com.
The full broadcast schedule for Speed51’s Short Track America on MAVTV can be seen by clicking here.
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