Winchester 400 Pay-Per-View Broadcast Info Revealed

Speed51’s live pay-per-view coverage of the Winchester 400 will return for the fifth consecutive year, bringing the prestigious and historic event to a worldwide audience.


The live broadcast of the 48th Annual Winchester 400 will show all three days of racing from the famed high-banked half-mile. Many of the divisions in competition throughout the weekend will also be crowning their 2019 season champions, including all four series under the Champion Racing Association (CRA) banner.


There are single-day ticket options available for all three days of the Winchester 400, as well as a three-day ticket priced at $49.99, which will save fans $15 over the course of the weekend.




“We’re excited to once again have the opportunity to partner with CRA and Winchester Speedway to bring this crown jewel event to race fans nationwide,” said Speed51 Editor Brandon Paul. “If last year’s thrilling battle between Jeff Choquette and Chandler Smith is any indication of what we’ll see this year, those at Winchester Speedway and those watching on Speed51 will only need the edge of their seats.”


Friday’s racing on October 11 features the CRA/JEGS All-Stars Tour Pro Late Models 100-lap season finale, as well as the Vores Compact Touring Series’ front-wheel drive competitors.


Friday’s racing also includes “New Stars” features for the Vores Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Series and the Van Hoy Oil CRA Street Stock Series. Video tickets for Friday are available for $19.99.


Saturday, October 12’s program is packed with racing, featuring the I-CAR All Star Modified Tour “Run for the Gun” 50, as well as CRA Late Model Sportsmen, CRA Street Stocks and Thunder Roadsters. Saturday also boasts qualifying for Sunday’s Winchester 400 for the ARCA/CRA Super Series. Saturday’s broadcast will also be available for $19.99.


Lastly, October 13 boasts the 48th Annual Winchester 400, one of the most demanding and exciting events of the year for Super Late Model competitors. Drivers and teams will be pushed to the limit over 400 demanding laps around Winchester’s 37-degree banking. Sunday’s pay-per-view broadcast is priced at $24.99.


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Winchester 400 Pay-Per-View Broadcast Info Revealed