Speed51’s Short Track America returns to MAVTV tonight at 8 p.m. ET with a Super Late Model crown jewel. For the third straight year, the Winchester 400 from the historic Winchester Speedway will be featured on national television.
The 49th running of the event brought new names and old faces to the high banks in East-Central Indiana for 400 laps. Drivers like Bubba Pollard, Travis Braden, Stephen Nasse and Augie Grill all made the trip to the Hoosier State for a shot at the famed rifle.
A series championship would also be on the line at the Winchester 400. Former series champions Josh Brock, Cody Coughlin and Greg Van Alst were looking to add second titles to their accolades, while Michael Simko was searching for his first championship.
Speed51’s Short Track America shines a spotlight on major short track racing events on both dirt and pavement with enhanced broadcasts, featuring multiple camera angles, in-car cameras and exclusive interviews.
MAVTV, a television network with its roots deep in the automotive world, is available through a variety of nationwide providers, including AT&T U-verse, DIRECTV, fios by Verizon, Spectrum and Fubo TV.
Click here for a schedule of upcoming Short Track America broadcasts, and check your local listings and mavtv.com for details
Don’t miss out on the 49th Running of the Winchester 400 on MAV TV. Be sure to tune in to Short Track America tonight at 8:00 p.m. ET.
-51 Sports Press Release