The Alive for Five Series for Super Late Models at Dells Raceway Park (WI) has quickly become one of the hottest happenings in short track racing. With big money on the line, short track racers from throughout the Midwest region have added stops at “The Dells” to their 2019 schedule. However, racers aren’t the only ones adding events at Dells Raceway Park to their schedule. Speed51.com has added a live video stream of Saturday’s Dick Trickle 99 event to the Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brakes schedule.
Race fans throughout the country will be able to enjoy the great racing at “The Dells” via a live video stream on the Speed51 Network. This race will be one of over 70 live races that motorsports enthusiasts will be able to watch with a monthly or yearly subscription to the Speed51 Network.
Saturday’s $4,000-to-win race at the Wisconsin Dells oval is set to feature a few big names and tons of regional Late Model stars. NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series driver Johnny Sauter will be making his most of a one-race suspension from the series by bringing his brand-new Super Late Model out for the first time. Two-time ARCA Menards Series winner Ty Majeski is also scheduled to make another start in his home state and race for the big prize.
Speed51’s live video stream from Dells Raceway Park is dependent upon cellular Internet strength in the area. If cellular service in the area is not strong enough to power a live broadcast of the race, Speed51 Network subscribers will have full access to video highlights following the conclusion of the event.
Summer Thunder TV on Speed51.com will take place during a 12-week period this Summer. During that time, over 70 live races from 34 different race tracks will be streamed live at not additional cost to premium subscribers. For a full list of events available to Speed51 Network premium subscribers, click here and look for any event that indicates “premium network subscription required.”
To sign up for the Speed51 Network and begin enjoying the benefits today, click here.