Speed51.com’s Pay-Per-View TV broadcast of the 42nd annual AIM Recycling Oxford 250 will bring fans everything from Pro All Stars Series Super Late Model practice and local racing divisions to the qualifying races and big show on Sunday afternoon, August 30th from Oxford Plains Speedway in Maine.

 

Coverage kicks off Friday at 5pm (EST) with two hours of tape-delayed Super Late Model practice.  Then at 7pm live action picks up with a night of Oxford’s local race divisions, including Figure 8’s, Outlaws, Sport Trucks and Bandits.

 

“We wanted to be able to provide fans and drivers alike some of the Oxford 250 Super Late Model practice,” said Bob Dillner, owner of Speed51.com TV powered by JEGS.  “Fans can get an early taste of all the action they will see throughout the weekend, while Oxford 250 competitors will be able to watch their own practice just 30 minutes after it ends.  Crews can see how their cars handled around the track while the fine-tune it for Sunday.”

 

51 TV’s coverage picks back up again on Saturday at 4pm (EST), again, with two hours of tape delayed Super Late Model practice.  Starting at 6pm, live coverage begins and will include Legends, Street Stocks, OPS Mods and then the Valenti Modified Racing Series and North East Mini-Stock Tour highlight the night.  The Modified Racing Series event will feature a TV-style broadcast with play-by-play announcers and a pit reporter.

 

Sunday is the big day chalk full of Oxford 250 coverage from beginning to end.  51 TV goes on-air at 1pm with the pre-race show featuring Bob Dillner, Brandon Paul and Mainely Motorsports’ Steve Perry in the booth and pit reporter Spencer Lewis.

 

Heat races, where drivers must finish in the top four to transfer to the Oxford 250, begin at 1:30pm and will be followed by local racing heats and the Oxford 250 last chance race.  The AIM Recycling Oxford 250 is set to hit the track at 5:30pm (EST).  Speed51.com TV will bring you all the action from this exciting day of racing.

 

Fans can purchase a three-day 51 TV pay-per-view ticket for $51.99.  Each individual day is available for purchase as well, starting at $14.99 for Friday, with Sunday’s Oxford 250 available for purchase at $29.99.

 

As a special promotion, one of the first 100 fans to purchase the live 51TV broadcast of the Oxford 250 will receive the broadcast for FREE.  If you are one of the first 100 fans to purchase (by Friday, August 28) either the Sunday 51 TV Pay-Per-View broadcast or the entire weekend package, you will be eligible to win a ticket to watch the Oxford 250 race broadcast free of charge.

 

In-car cameras for competitors and last minute advertising for the broadcast is available through Speed51.com by contacting Jana Wimmer (Director of Business for Speed51.com) at [email protected].

 

-Photo credit: Lindsay Ellison

Tons of Racing on 51 TV’s PPV Oxford 250 Broadcast