At last the winter’s icy grip is thawing away in New England and the region’s great race teams are already set to roll again, as race tracks and touring series launch into their 2019 schedules. Once again this season, Speed51 will be all over the map to bring you all the action on the Speed51 Network. will feature most if not all events for a menagerie of tours in New England through race highlights, recaps, and even live video streams for some races.


Throughout the year, the Speed51 Network will be carrying race highlights for all of the full-bodied Late Model heavyweights of the Pro All Stars Series (PASS), American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Granite State Pro Stock Series.


We’ll also be expanding our coverage of the ground-pounding mighty Modifieds of the Tri-Track Open Modified Series, Valenti Modified Racing Series and the all-new Bullring Bash Quarter-Mile Challenge.


The Speed51 Network will also take you to many tracks including New Hampshire’s White Mountain Motorsports Park, Claremont Motorsports Park, Monadnock Speedway, Lee USA Speedway, Star Speedway, Hudson Speedway, and Speedway 51. Maine’s Oxford Plains Speedway, Wiscasset Speedway, Speedway 95, Spud Speedway, and Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park and New London-Waterford Speedbowl. Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts, and Vermont’s Thunder Road Speedbowl and Devil’s Bowl Speedway.


Viewers can also expect more live races than ever in the region free for all Speed51 Network subscribers. As the “Official Video Home” of the Granite State Pro Stock Series, most of their 2019 schedule will be streamed live on the Speed51 Network.  Speed51 will also serve as the “Official Video Home” of the Bullring Bash and will stream all three races live this season.


You can also watch select rounds of the ACT Late Model Tour, Modified Racing Series, and Tri-Track Modifieds live from multiple race tracks.


We’ll also have some of the biggest short track events live on the Speed51 Network, including the Vermont Governor’s Cup from Thunder Road and the New Hampshire Governor’s Cup from White Mountain, both for ACT-type Late Models. Star Speedway’s SBM 125 for the Tri-Track Modifieds and Star Classic for ISMA Supermodifieds and Granite State Pro Stocks are all back for another year.


This year, Speed51 has also entered an agreement with Seekonk Speedway to offer a live video stream of Open Wheel Wednesday to our premium subscribers.  In recent years, this race was a pay-per-view broadcast; however, this year race fans will be able to watch with a monthly or yearly subscription.


You can also expect many more highlights of a wide-range of racing divisions during the season, plus be on the lookout for a few surprises regarding additional live races.


The current live broadcast schedule for the 2019 season on can be viewed by clicking here.


This season, the number one destination for New England fans is at the track. The rest of the time, be sure to visit and become a Speed51 Network premium subscriber.


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-Story by: Connor Sullivan, Northeast Editor – Twitter: @Connor51CT

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Speed51 Network to Feature Tons of New England Racing Videos