Speed51.com, the 100% short track racing news source, has partnered with Berlin Raceway (MI) to bring the second running of the Money in the Bank 150 to a worldwide Internet audience.  The $20,000-to-win race on Monday, June 11 will be broadcast live via a pay-per-view video stream on Speed51.com.


“We are excited to have Speed51 joining us for the second straight year in covering the the Money in the Bank event,” said Berlin Raceway General Manager Nick Mesman.  “With their knowledge of the sport and expertise in covering an event, the Money in the Bank is going to be an event race fans are not going to want to miss. We look forward to working with Speed51 to keep everyone engaged on what’s going on at the track.”


The live broadcast on Speed51.com will be available to watch for just $19.99.  Fans who purchase the broadcast will receive a multi-camera video stream with audio from the track’s public address system.


Currently, 40 Super Late Model racers are entered to compete in the race.  Thirty of those drivers will start the main event, with 24 qualifying through group time trials and six through a last chance race.


“It’s really cool to see this event return after a great inaugural race last year.  We are glad to partner with Berlin Raceway so that race fans who cannot make it to the track will still be able to see the event,” said Brandon Paul, Editor of Speed51.com.  “With Kyle Busch returning for a second straight year to challenge a stout field of national and local Late Model stars, it will be interesting to see how the race plays out.”


Joining Busch on the entry list for the Money in the Bank 150 is former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Matt Crafton, defending race winner Bubba Pollard and Rattler 250 winner Harrison Burton.  NCWTS driver Stewart Friesen, 2017 Snowball Derby runner-up Jeff Choquette, Battle at Berlin 251 winner Brian Campbell and Summer Showdown winner Preston Peltier have also filed entries for the race.


The latest entry list for the race can be seen by clicking here.


In addition to the 150-lap main event for the Super Late Models, race fans will also be able to watch the Must See Racing Sprints feature race.


Fans can see all of the action, including group qualifying, the last chance races, and both feature races for just $19.99, which is the same price as a grandstand ticket at Berlin Raceway. Speed51 Network yearly subscribers will receive 10% off their purchase of a live video ticket.


To purchase your Speed51 TV pay-per-view ticket for the Money in the Bank 150 on Monday, June 11, click here.


-51 Sports Press Release

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Speed51.com to Offer Pay-Per-View for Money in the Bank 150