BRISTOL, Tenn. – Renowned short track website will again offer the exclusive pay-per-view for the 2018 Short Track U.S. Nationals. will offer customers a webcast pay-per-view experience of the Short Track U.S. Nationals (May 18-20). The partnership will once again provide a stage to a worldwide audience for one of the biggest events in short track racing.


Those interested in watching the race will be available to choose multiple tiers at multiple price points. Viewers can purchase the weekend pay-per-view at $64.99 or pay per day for $24.99 at


A subscription for the pay-per-view will include lifetime replays, DVR capabilities (pause, rewind, etc.) and much more. These options will give real-time followers the opportunity to customize their Short Track U.S. Nationals experience. The event also will be available for sale for seven days following the race, giving event participants the option to relive the experience with the added features. As usual, will provide free and easy access for all the up-to-date information, statistics and highlights from the event and the world of short track racing.


“Just the word ‘Bristol’ gets the adrenaline flowing and we believe this year will be even more exciting than the inaugural event,” said Bob Dillner of “Drivers now know what to expect and teams can perfect their machines to handle the physical demands of the high-banked half-mile. We plan to capture all the action with a multi-camera setup through the Pay-Per-View broadcast. We enjoy working with Bristol to make this available for those that can’t make it in May, but it certainly can’t capture the feel of personally being in Thunder Valley.”


More than 500 race cars split among six classes are expected to be in competition during the three-day event, including racing in Super Late Model, Pro/Crate Late Model, Late Model Stock, Modified, Street Stock and Compact. The five sanctioning bodies that will be represented are CRA (Super Late Models, Pro Late Models, Street Stock), CARS Tour (Super Late Models, Late Model Stock), Southern Super Series (Super Late Model), I-CAR All-Star Modified Tour (Modifieds) and the VORES Compact Touring Series (Compacts).


Tickets for the Short Track U.S. Nationals are on sale now. Weekend tickets start out at just $50 while single day tickets start at $20. To purchase tickets, please call the BMS ticket office at 866-415-4158. For more information on the Short Track U.S. Nationals please visit


About Bristol Motor Speedway
Forged amid the scenic mountains of Northeast Tennessee near the Virginia state line, Bristol Motor Speedway is The Last Great Colosseum, a versatile multi-use venue that hosts major auto races, football games, concerts and many other captivating events. The facility features a 0.533-mile concrete oval race track with 28-degree corner banking and 650-feet straightaways that offers racing in several NASCAR touring series, highlighted by two major Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series weekends. While at the track, fans are offered a unique viewing experience courtesy of Colossus, the world’s largest outdoor center-hung four-sided video screen with a 540,000-watt audio system. The adjacent quarter-mile dragstrip, Bristol Dragway, offers more than 70 events annually, including the marquee Fitzgerald USA NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals. Three football games have kicked-off inside the oval, most notably the 2016 Pilot Flying J Battle at Bristol, where border rivals the University of Tennessee and Virginia Tech met before an NCAA-record crowd of 156,990. In existence since 1961, Bristol Motor Speedway was purchased in 1996 by Speedway Motorsports, Inc., a publicly traded company that is a leading marketer and promoter of motorsports entertainment in the United States. For more information, please visit


-Bristol Motor Speedway Press Release to Feature Pay-Per-View of Short Track U.S. Nationals