Speed51’s Oxford 250 Broadcast Will Feature Multiple Cameras

While originally billed as coming in September 2020, the way of the future for watching live racing and on-demand videos from Speed51 has arrived. The premier of Speed51.TV is here with a great menu of live races, including one of the big ones, the 47th Oxford 250.

 

WATCH THE OXFORD 250 ON SPEED51.TV

 

The hallmark of the Pro All Stars Series and Super Late Model racing in the Northeast, the top Late Model stars of the region and beyond are set to converge on Oxford Plains Speedway this weekend, August 28-30, and Speed51 will provide one of the best seats in the house.

 

This weekend’s pay-per-view event will feature multiple cameras which will keep an eye on not just the PASS Super Late Models, but all the weekend’s racing divisions. Including the ACT Late Models who will go for 150 laps on Saturday night, the PASS Modifieds, Northeast Mini Stock Tour, plus much more.

 

It all culminates with the toughest one-day show for Super Late Model racing on Sunday, August 30; heat races, consolation races, a last chance race, and the big dance itself, the 47th Oxford 250.

 

Fans will also be able to enjoy a live scoring ticker to see where their favorite driver is running during Sunday’s Super Late Model action. (Live scoring is contingent upon access to scoring company information.)

 

Saturday and Sunday’s live broadcasts will also feature instant replays of the biggest moments.

 

Will Travis Benjamin claim a record setting fourth 250 win? Can Bubba Pollard match his magical win of 2018? Does Derek Griffith have what it takes to conquer this race in his story book season? Is this the year that all the pieces finally fall in place for six-time PASS champion Johnny Clark? Or, can Dave Farrington Jr. cap off an amazing month of August at Oxford with the ultimate prize?

 

60 drivers, a big $25,000 check, one big trophy, and for you: an all new viewing experience. Catch the 47th Oxford 250 this weekend live on Speed51.TV. Click here to learn more about how to watch the Oxford 250 this weekend.

 

-Story by: Connor Sullivan, Speed51 Northeast Editor – Twitter: @Connor51CT

-Photo credit: Speed51

Speed51’s Oxford 250 Broadcast Will Feature Multiple Cameras