Due to extremely poor internet signal strength, Wednesday’s Short Track Super Series event at New York’s Woodhull Raceway will not stream live. Instead, the event will stream via a tape-delayed basis and will be available to Speed51 Network premium members on Friday evening at 7 p.m. ET.

 

The “Hustlin’ the High Banks 54” will be a 54-lap race paying $5,400 to the winner on Thursday, August 9.  Even though the race will not stream live, it will be made available to all premium members of the Speed51.com Video Network, just like all other Short Track Super Series events this year.

 

“Our fans love when we can stream these races live, and we love giving our fans what they want to see,” said Speed51.com’s Editor, Brandon Paul. “Unfortunately, that isn’t a possibility for this race due to Woodhull’s remote location. As a result, we’re doing the next best thing, which is streaming this race as a tape-delayed stream, just like we did with the event last month at Accord Speedway.”

 

Races at Woodhull Raceway are typically thrillers. Whether it’s Stewart Friesen scoring the win with a late-race pass, or Ryan Godown prevailing in a three-wide throwdown, every race at Woodhull for the Short Track Super Series has been a wild one.

 

Once again, all Short Track Super Series races are available to be streamed for premium members of the Speed51.com Video Network. Thursday’s race will become available on Friday, August 10 at 7 p.m. ET.

 

Fans who are not premium members can get the premium experience for just $7.99 per month or $69.99 for an entire year. Become a premium member today by clicking here.

 

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Short Track Super Series at Woodhull to Stream Via Tape-Delay