Marketing Opportunities Available for Speed51 Super Select

Eyes from all over the racing world will be on Indianapolis during the weekend of September 7. Not only will NASCAR be in town for the Brickyard 400, the long-awaited inaugural running of the Speed51 Super Select will take place at Lucas Oil Raceway. The $10,000-to-win winner-take-all for Super Late Model’s top competitors will draw attention from short track racing enthusiasts around the country.  That makes the event an excellent avenue for companies to gain exposure through advertising opportunities.


Not only will the Speed51 Super Select feature extensive advertising and promotion leading up to the September 7 All-Star race, it will also be shown on Speed51’s Short Track America on MAVTV, airing Wednesday, October 23.  Advertising partners will gain even more exposure with a national cable audience watching the enhanced broadcast of the race.


The Speed51 Super Select, sanctioned by the Champion Racing Association, is a “winner-take-all” event, meaning that only the winner will be receiving at least $10,000 in prize money.  Typically, a driver can take solace in a strong second-place run, but that won’t be the case at the Super Select.  However, a company can sponsor the “First Loser Award,” which will be given to whichever driver finishes in second-place.


There will also be opportunities to sponsor segments of the All-Star race, as well as the Open race where drivers who do not receive invites to the Speed51 Super Select feature can race their way into the field.


A cornucopia of advertising routes exists for the inaugural Speed51 Super Select, including a Hard-Charger Award, Best Appearing Car, Bold Move of the Race award and just about anything else someone can come up with.


The inaugural Speed51 Super Select is a combination event with the USAC Silver Crown Series on Saturday, September 7 at Lucas Oil Raceway.  The facility is located just up the road from that weekend’s Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


Companies are encouraged to email Bob Dillner at [email protected] and/or Adam Mackey at [email protected] for more information regarding advertising with the Speed51 Super Select.



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Marketing Opportunities Available for Speed51 Super Select