The arrival of the month of May heralds in many great racing moments. For short track fans in Wisconsin, it means the arrival of the racing season itself. Poised to hit the track is the TUNDRA Super Late Model Series, back for its 11th season in ‘The Badger State’.
The six-race championship will once again put many of Wisconsin’s best Super Late Model drivers against each other at a mix of the state’s plentiful paved short tracks. For 2021, Speed51.TV will bring the TUNDRA Series to an online global audience.
The Speed51-TUNDRA broadcast partnership will see the majority of the schedule live on Speed51.TV, while providing video-on-demand of all six rounds for Speed51.TV monthly and yearly subscribers.
In addition, Speed51 will provide in-depth coverage of the TUNDRA Super Late Model Series in 2021 on Speed51.com and social media.
“The TUNDRA Super Late Model Series couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with the number one voice in short track racing,” said TUNDRA representative Matt Panure. “We look forward to promoting our brand of old school, hard-nosed Super Late Model racing to fans across the country. We’re confident that Speed51 is the best platform to bring our exciting events to its large base of followers.”
TUNDRA enters the 2021 season as one of the fastest-growing SLM series in the country. Many of the Midwest’s biggest stars including four-time champion Casey Johnson, rising Wisconsin star Justin Mondeik, and many more will be taking on the six race bout.
It all gets underway at Wisconsin International Raceway on Saturday, May 15 with Round 1. Marshfield Motor Speedway hosts Round 2 on June 12; Jefferson Speedway for Round 3 on July 17; Round 4 on August 7 at State Park Speedway; Round 5 at Golden Sands Speedway on September 6, and finally Round 6 will conclude the season on September 26 at Dells Raceway Park.
Purchase your Speed51.TV subscription if you haven’t already, to enjoy not just the TUNDRA Super Late Model Series, but much more short track racing from across the country.
-Text by Speed51 Staff
-Photo credit: TUNDRA