For the fourth year in a row, Speed51.com is proud to be live streaming the Kalamazoo Klash at Michigan’s Kalamazoo Speedway for the Outlaw Late Models and ARCA/CRA Super Series template-bodied cars featuring Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch.

 

The Klash sees the best of the ARCA/CRA Super Series duel on the lightning fast 3/8-mile oval of Kalamazoo Speedway, followed by the “wedge cars” of the Outlaw Late Model division of cars in Kalamazoo Klash XXV.

 

300x250 Kalamazoo Klash PPVBoth races from Kalamazoo will air live on Speed51.com on Wednesday, August 9. The Kalamazoo Klash event can be purchased for $19.99 by clicking here.

 

“Speed51 has been an excellent partner to Kalamazoo Speedway over the past several seasons.  Bob Dillner and his team are true racers,” said Gary Howe, owner/promoter of Kalamazoo Speedway.  “We feel that this partnership has provided our event and our track with exposure to a national and even global audience and has made people want to come to this race in the future as well. We’re thrilled that we can have the Kalamazoo Klash streamed on Speed51.com once again.”

 

The ARCA/CRA Super Series championship battle is a tight one heading into the 125-lap showdown at the Klash. Rookie driver Josh Brock leads fellow rookie Hunter Jack by just 10 points heading into the Klash. The two have battled tooth and nail at every race so far this season.

 

The Outlaw Late Model race is almost always Terry Senneker Jr. versus the field. But the big question this year is whether or not “The Rocket” Tyler Roahrig can finally win the Kalamazoo Klash. Roahrig has won every big Outlaw race out there except the Klash.

 

Drivers in both divisions will have to deal with Kyle Busch. Busch will be pulling Kalamazoo Klash double-duty for the first time since 2014. Busch won the template Super Late Model race that year when it was just 100 laps, but he finished 23rd in the Outlaw Late Model, completing just 30 of the 150 laps that night.

 

The Speed51 TV live stream will begin at approximately 3:50 p.m. ET with the start of qualifying for both divisions. Race fans will see all of qualifying, the Outlaw Late Model last chance race, and both 150-lap feature races.

 

Speed51.com’s frontstretch camera will bring you all of the action while race fans listen into the call from the Kalamazoo Speedway public address system.

 

The Kalamazoo Klash XXV is an event that Late Model fans around the country do not want to miss. Secure your live pay-per-view broadcast ticket now by purchasing here.

 

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Speed51 to Live Stream Kalamazoo Klash for Fourth Straight Year