The QRC Speed51 Open presented by HMS Motorsports at Millbridge Speedway in Salisbury, North Carolina is the biggest and richest Outlaw Kart event in all of America, and this year it will air via a tape-delayed broadcast on MAVTV. Race teams competing in the race have the ability to purchase on-board cameras to be included in the MAVTV broadcast.

 

The MAVTV broadcast can be seen nationwide, and an on-board camera is one of the best ways for a driver or team to expand their marketing reach.

 

Any teams interested in purchasing an on-board camera can do so for $250 per camera position. On-board cameras are available to Open Division drivers and teams only.

 

The MAVTV broadcast is being produced by Speed51.com and will air as part of a special series to be announced at a later date.

 

Teams interested in purchasing an on-board camera can contact Bob Dillner, owner of Speed51.com or Ashly Burnett, co-owner of Millbridge Speedway.

 

About Speed51.com

Since 2001, Speed51.com has been the source for short track news, behind-the-scenes stories, in-depth race coverage and live video broadcasts of short track events throughout North America, from NASCAR’s Touring Divisions (Modifieds & K&N Pro Series), to Dirt Modifieds and numerous forms of Late Model & Modified racing.  Speed51 TV, the live video broadcasting arm of Speed51.com, airs live video productions of short track events on both pavement and dirt.  Speed51 TV also produces race broadcasts for network television.  The Speed51 Video Network carries highlights, interviews and features from short track racing around the country on Speed51.com.

 

About Millbridge Speedway

Millbridge Speedway has been in existence for more than 25 years. The Burnetts took over the speedway in 2011 to transform it into a premier Outlaw Kart track. Over the years the Burnetts have added banking, built new walls, put up new lights, and made numerous changes to the speedway to make it one of the best Outlaw Kart tracks in the country. Millbridge Speedway has been featured on national television multiple times over the past few years, including two televised races over the past two years, with drivers from all over the US and Canada coming to race.

On-Board Cameras Available for MAVTV Broadcast of Speed51 Open