Summer may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean the live racing action on is coming to an end. Even as the summer starts to draw to a close, the action on the track continues to heat up, especially in the Late Model world. Over the course of the next week, fans will be able to see up to nine different Late Model races live on


The action begins Saturday as the APC United Late Model Series heads to Jukasa Motor Speedway for their part of the Canadian Short Track Nationals. The action is part of a two-day pay-per-view package that is bringing fans from the Canadian Short Track Nationals. The $50,000-to-win Pro Late Model feature will take place on Sunday at Jukasa Motor Speedway and will headline the weekend up north. Fans can watch all of the action live with a two-day online ticket package priced at $34.99. Fans can purchase a Sunday-only ticket for $24.99 and a Saturday-only ticket for $19.99.


In addition to Sunday’s racing from Jukasa, four other events will also be streamed live on Sunday. That’s right, five total events will be streamed live throughout the day on Sunday. Racing from Winchester Speedway (IN), Thunder Road (VT), Claremont Speedway (NH), and Montgomery Motor Speedway (AL) will all be streamed live during the penultimate weekend for this year’s Summer Thunder TV series presented by PFC Brakes.


Sunday is the first day of racing action at the World Stock Car Festival on the high-banks of Winchester Speedway in Winchester, Indiana. On the racing card that day are the Pro Late Models of the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, and the Vore’s Compact Touring Series.  This race will be available for Speed51 Premium Network members only.


Also for monthly or yearly subscribers, in Barre, Vermont, at the legendary Thunder Road International Speedbowl, the ACT Late Models are returning to their home track for the annual Labor Day Classic.


One state to the east of Thunder Road is New Hampshire, and that is where the Granite State Pro Stock Series will be on Sunday at the Claremont Speedway for their longest race of the season, the Rocky Ridge 150.  That race will be shown live for Speed51 Premium members as well.


Completing the day’s action will be the Alabama 200 in the capital city of Alabama at the half-mile Montgomery Motor Speedway. The Southeast’s best Pro Late Model drivers will be on the “Hunt for the Bear” at Montgomery and there will be a live video stream for paid network subscribers.


That’s a lot of racing action across just two days, but it gets even bigger from there.


On Labor Day Monday, the place to be is Winchester Speedway. The ARCA/CRA Super Series, CRA Late Model Sportsman, CRA Street Stocks, I-CAR All Star Modifieds, CRA Street Stocks, Vore’s Compact Touring Series and are all in action on the 37-degree banked half-mile facility. All of the action is available on Monday as part of Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brakes for premium network members.


Then on Saturday, September 8th, all eyes turn to the legendary Lucas Oil Raceway (formerly known as Indianapolis Raceway Park) in Brownsburg, Indiana for the inaugural Speed51 Super Select and the Rich Vogler Classic for the USAC Silver Crown Series.


The Speed51 Super Select is a $10,000-to-win 75-lap Super Late Model all-star race. Bubba Pollard, Noah Gragson, Derek Thorn, Harrison Burton and more will all be in action in a winner-take-all showdown. The event will be available via a live pay-per-view broadcast. More details on the pay-per-view will be available soon.


The wild week of Late Model racing concludes with the Granite State Pro Stock Series back in action at New Hampshire’s Star Speedway as part of the Star Classic on Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brakes.


As we said, even though the summer is drawing to a close, the action on is still heating up.


Race fans can find the entire live events schedule by clicking here.



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Nine Late Model Races to Stream Live on This Week