There’s a new show in town for short track racing fans.  Set for its live debut next Tuesday night (August 8), Short Track Center on will give short track racing fans something they’ve never seen before.


The one-hour online show will be broadcast live from the new, state of the art Studio 51 located at headquarters in Concord, North Carolina.  On Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. ET live on, Short Track Center will bring race fans up to date while discussing and debating the hottest topics in short track racing.


300x250 51 Network 2017(2)Short Track Center will be hosted by longtime motorsports broadcaster, current MAVTV broadcaster and Executive Editor Bob Dillner.


“This is what short track racing fans have been wanting for a long time, a show dedicated only to that style of racing in America,” said Dillner.  “I have a passion for short track racing and so do all the people who are dedicated to this show.  Building Studio 51 has been a huge undertaking both financially and through the hard work and determination of our dedicated team.  Together, we are excited to have reports and analysis from all over the country on this new TV-style show.”


Short Track Center will feature a wide variety of segments that will keep the audience involved.  The show won’t be your normal “this is what happened at this track, look at the highlights” type of show.  Short Track Center will offer race fans the analysis, conversation and opinions they have wanted at the short track level for so long.


“Everybody has always asked why there isn’t an interactive show like this for short track racing.  We’ve listened to those questions and believe we have a product put together that the fans will really enjoy,” said Editor Brandon Paul.  “The team has put a lot of time and effort in to do this the right way, and to give short track racing the attention it deserves.  Short track racing fans will enjoy what they see when the show debuts next Tuesday night.”


Those watching Short Track Center on will also have a chance to often hear from short track drivers and industry experts.  Guests will visit Studio 51 and join the show live in Concord, NC, while others will be join the show on-location from around the US.


Each show, will also catch up with regional experts throughout the country to get their thoughts on the biggest stories in their respective regions.


Of course, we will also keep race fans posted on who won and where, but that will not be the primary focus of the show.  The Shakedown segment, which will be a description of who won and where, will air at the beginning of each show to set the stage for conversation and analysis.


Short Track Center will debut on Tuesday, August 8 at 7 p.m. ET.  The show will also air on Tuesday, August 15 before taking a two-week break for the Oxford 250 and return on September 5.


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-51 Sports Press Release To Debut Live “Short Track Center” TV-Style Show