For the first time ever the AIM Recycling Oxford 250 at Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway will be broadcast live on Speed51.com powered by JEGS. All three days of racing (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) will be able to be seen live on 51 TV’s pay-per-view broadcast that will include a professional broadcast team both in the booth and on pit road.
Purchase a live video ticket to watch the Oxford 250 by clicking here.
The coverage kicks off on Friday, August 28th with a slate full of local racing from Oxford Plains and follows-up with more local action plus the Valenti Modified Racing Series on Saturday. Then Sunday it’s time for the big dance. A 51TV Signature event, the Pay-Per-View broadcast of the Oxford 250 will give fans all the action from qualifying races and driver interviews to the call of the prestigious Oxford 250.
Currently over 60 cars make-up the entry-list for the Oxford 250 with more than 70 cars expected. As always, drivers will need to make the field through qualifying races and last chance races, with starting positions determined by driver draw. So that means that stars like Mike Rowe, Travis Benjamin and more will need to race their way into the 250-lap event. It’s one of the toughest fields to make and fans can see all the action live only on Speed51.com.
“We are excited to be able to bring this exciting event live via 51TV to our fans,” said Speed51 Owner, Bob Dillner. “This race has such a unique format and has cemented itself as one of the three biggest Super Late Model events in the country; we know fans will enjoy all the coverage 51TV will provide over the three days and we look forward to calling all the action.”
As a special promotion, one of the first 100 fans to purchase the live 51TV broadcast of the Oxford 250 will receive the broadcast for FREE. That’s right, if you are one of the first 100 fans to purchase either the Sunday 51TV pay-per-view broadcast or the entire weekend package, you will be eligible to watch the Oxford 250 race broadcast free of charge.
Fans can purchase a three-day 51 TV pay-per-view ticket for $51.99. Each individual day is available for purchase as well, starting at $14.99 for Friday, with Sunday’s Oxford 250 available for purchase here for $29.99.