Following a successful live broadcast of the MAXX Daddy and JR MAXX Daddy this past weekend at WaKeeney Mini Speedway in Kansas, Speed51 and Maxxis Kart Racing announced Tuesday plans to stream additional races live in 2019. A trio of upcoming Maxxis karting events will be streamed live to premium subscribers on the Speed51 Network.
Next up on the broadcast schedule will The Big O Tribute at Patriot Speedway in Blacksburg, South Carolina on Saturday, August 10. The 12th Annual Big O Tribute will feature a $10,000-to-win main event for the Open Modified division, as well as a $5,000-to-win race for the G-Man Pro Limited division.
The month of September will find Speed51 making our way to the Newton Kart Klub in Newton, Iowa for the final scheduled event of the Maxxis Midwest Series season. That event on Saturday, September 14 will once again be streamed live to premium subscribers on the Speed51 Network.
To round out the current slate of Maxxis karting events on the Speed51 broadcast schedule, we’ll be heading to Thunder Valley Motorplex in Neeses, South Carolina for the Maxxis National Championships XIII on Sunday, October 13. That day will feature a full day of feature event racing that race fans will be able to watch live on Speed51.com.
All of these races, as well as a full on-demand replay from the MAXX Daddy at WaKeeney Mini Speedway, can be viewed with a monthly or yearly subscription on the Speed51 Network.
More information about each individual broadcast will be made available in the days and weeks leading up to each event.
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For more information about the Maxxis Kart Racing, visit www.maxxiskartracing.com.