Pay-Per-View Broadcast Announced for Redbud 400

One of the most exciting asphalt Super Late Model races of the year will be streamed via a live pay-per-view broadcast on for the sixth consecutive year.  When the fenders collide and the sparks fly during the prestigious Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway, race fans worldwide will be able to watch live on Monday night, July 17.


The 53rd Annual Redbud 400 will once again feature the stars of the ARCA/CRA Super Series taking on the high-banked quarter-mile bullring in Indiana. The race will be streamed live as a pay-per-view event for $19.99.  Live video tickets can be purchased today by clicking here.


Over the years, the Redbud race has brought excitement to Anderson Speedway, whether it’s a 300-lap race or now, for the third year in a row, a 400-lap race.


Last year’s version of the race had fans on the edge of their seats as young gun Raphael Lessard prevailed in a five-lap shootout to claim the victory.


This year’s Redbud 400 is expected see much of that same excitement as a strong field of drivers will be competing in the event.  The current entry list is highlighted by former Redbud winner and current NASCAR Cup Series driver Daniel Hemric, who will be challenged by a strong field of short track stars including Steve Wallace, Stephen Nasse, Travis Braden and Johnny VanDoorn.


“We’re thrilled to be able to bring the Redbud 400 to our fans for the sixth year in a row,” said Brandon Paul,’s Editor. “When it comes to short track racing in America, rarely does it get much better than the door-banging action you will see at Anderson Speedway.  The last two versions of the race have had fans on their feet, and there’s no reason to think that won’t be the case again this time around.”


The 2019 ARCA/CRA Super Series Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway is available for purchase now for just $19.99. Fans can purchase their online video tickets by clicking here.


Yearly members of the Video Network will receive a 10% discount on their pay-per-view purchase.


Fans need just a basic (free) membership to in order to purchase this pay-per-view event.



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Pay-Per-View Broadcast Announced for Redbud 400