Beginning Thursday night, race fans worldwide will be able to watch seven short track races in four days on Speed51.com’s Summer Thunder TV presented by PFC Brakes. All seven of these races, plus over 50 other live races, can be viewed with a premium subscription to the Speed51 Network.
This week’s broadcast schedule kicks off Thursday night at approx. 7 p.m. ET when the Short Track Super Series North Region takes the green flag at Afton Motorsports Park in New York. The Afton Action 50, originally scheduled for Wednesday night, will see some of the top Dirt Modified stars in the country — including Matt Sheppard and Stewart Friesen — battling for the $5,000 top prize.
From there, Summer Thunder TV will travel to Kalamazoo Speedway in Michigan for a “Prelude to the Klash” on Friday night. The Outlaw Super Late Models, many of which will be competing in the Kalamazoo Klash on August 8, will take center stage on the live broadcast.
Saturday’s broadcast schedule will be jam-packed with four short track racing events in four different states being broadcast live on Speed51.com. Whether you enjoy Late Models, Modifieds, Dirt Late Models or all of the above, we’ll have something for you.
Speed51.com’s cameras will be rolling at State Park Speedway (WI) on Saturday when the track honors the legacy of Larry Detjens with a 100-lap Super Late Model race. That same day, Late Model fans will also be able to watch the final regular season race of the season for the ARCA/CRA Super Series at Baer Field Motor Speedway (IN).
One of the most exciting races of the New England racing season will also be broadcast live on Speed51.com, with the SBM 125 for the Tri-Track Open Modified Series being streamed live from Star Speedway (NH).
Last but not least, we’ll also have something for the dirt crowd on Saturday night when our cameras go live for the FUEL Late Model series main event at Cherokee Speedway (SC).
A busy stretch of live broadcasts will come to an end Sunday night when the Short Track Super Series South Region visits BAPS Motor Speedway in Pennsylvania.
All of these races can be viewed live with a monthly ($7.99) or yearly ($69.99) subscription to the Speed51 Network. In addition to receiving access to the full Summer Thunder TV schedule, network subscribers also receive full access to our on-demand video library that includes highlights, interviews, on-board cameras and more.
Additionally, all yearly subscribers receive 10% off the purchase of pay-per-view broadcasts on Speed51.com.
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