While some areas of the country continue to battle Mother Nature, a picture-perfect spring day is in store for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Saturday afternoon at Star Speedway. For fans in the New England region, the forecasted weather and on-track action will make it a can’t miss event. For those in other regions who are less fortunate with the weather this weekend, we have good news.
Speed51, Star Speedway and PASS have teamed up to provide a live video stream of Saturday’s race for motorsports enthusiasts worldwide on the Speed51 Network.
The Little Webb’s Tire & Fuel 150, the third race of the PASS North season, will be available to Speed51 Network premium subscribers with no additional purchase necessary. All that is needed to watch is a monthly ($9.99) or yearly ($79.99) subscription, which also gives you access to thousands of on-demand racing video and over 80 select live racing events in 2019.
Throughout the track’s history, the 1/4-mile oval in Epping, New Hampshire has earned the reputation as one of the most exciting race tracks in New England. With little room for error on a tight bullring, the on-track action is some of the best you’ll see anywhere in the country.
A strong field of some of the best Super Late Model racers in the Northeast will be competing in Saturday’s race. DJ Shaw, the winner of the season opener at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, enters the race at the top of the PASS North championship standings. Garrett Hall, the most recent series winner at Oxford Plains Speedway, sits just 11 points back, with others such as Derek Griffith and Gabe Brown hot on their heels.
Other PASS North stars such as former Oxford 250 winner Joey Polewarczyk, Jr., two-time Oxford 250 winner Travis Benjamin, six-time PASS North champion Johnny Clark, five-time PASS National champion Ben Rowe, multi-time PASS winner Reid Lanpher and recent Easter Bunny 150 winner Derek Ramstrom are also entered.
If your race is rained out this weekend or if you can’t make it to Epping, New Hampshire on Saturday, join the Speed51 Network today to watch 150 laps of action-packed Super Late Model racing at one of New England’s true bullrings.
The live broadcast on Speed51 will feature only the 150-lap PASS North feature, with an approximate start time of 6:30 p.m. ET. Speed51.com will be doing research and development with new streaming technology during the event.