Speed51 PPV Broadcast Announced for Memphis Masters of the Pros

The richest Pro Late Model race in the United States will once again be broadcast to a worldwide audience this Sunday, July 21.  With an exciting shift in venues to Memphis International Raceway for this year’s event, the Masters of the Pros 125 for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will be streamed live via a pay-per-view broadcast on


Live video tickets for the event can now be purchased for $19.99 by clicking here.


This year’s Masters of the Pros at Memphis will pay the winner $10,000, with a possible $12,000 up for grabs with bonuses.  In addition to the big check, one lucky racer will be able to wear the coveted green jacket that has become part of the tradition.


Since its inception, the Masters of the Pros has established itself as a marquee event for Pro Late Model racers and teams.  Previous winners of the race include Chase Elliott, Anderson Bowen, John Hunter Nemechek, Cole Williams and Bubba Pollard.


With the move to a top-notch facility like Memphis in store, racers and fans alike are excited about the weekend.


“The Masters of the Pros has become a crown jewel race for Pro Late Model racers in America,” said Speed51 Editor Brandon Paul.  “We witnessed a great race one year ago at Birch Run Speedway and expect much of the same as the race moves to the 1/3-mile oval at Memphis this weekend.  Nothing will replace being at the track for this event, but our staff at Speed51 will work hard to bring the excitement to those unable to attend the event in person.”


Speed51’s pay-per-view broadcast will air qualifying for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Pro Late Models beginning at 2:30 p.m. CT. The live stream will shut down following qualifying and resume at approximately 4:30 p.m. CT for pre-race ceremonies.


Speed51 Network yearly subscribers receive 10% off the purchase of all pay-per-view broadcasts including the Masters of the Pros.


More information on the Masters of the Pros can be found by visiting and