One of the biggest asphalt Super Late Model races of the year will be able to be seen live via a pay-per-view broadcast on for the fifth year in a row. The ARCA/CRA Super Series will take to the high-banked quarter-mile bullring of Indiana’s Anderson Speedway on Monday, July 16 for the Redbud 400, and fans will be able to see all of the action live.


The Redbud 400 will be streamed live on as a pay-per-view event for $19.99.


The Redbud race has brought excitement to Anderson Speedway for more than 50 years, whether it’s a 300-lap race or now, for the second year in a row, a 400-lap race.


The 2017 version of the event saw a thrilling battle between one of Super Late Model racing’s young guns and one of the veterans. Canada’s Raphael Lessard squared off against Steve Wallace and Wallace was the one who came out on top in an aggressive battle.


The 2018 version of the Redbud 400 is expected see much of that same excitement as Lessard and Wallace will be back again, and they’ll be joined by exciting drivers such as Stephen Nasse, Johnny VanDoorn, Josh Brock, Billy Van Meter, Chandler Smith, Dalton Armstrong and more.


“We’re thrilled to be able to bring the Redbud 400 to our fans for the fifth year in a row,” said Brandon Paul,’s Editor. “The Redbud last year was a fantastic race from start to finish and our fans were very vocal about how much they enjoyed it. When we started planning what races to stream this year, there wasn’t a doubt in our minds that the Redbud 400 had to be one of them once again. I won’t be at Anderson Speedway to watch in person, but I’ll definitely be watching on”


The 2018 ARCA/CRA Super Series Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Indiana is available for purchase now at 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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Redbud 400 to Stream Via Live Pay-Per-View Broadcast