Special from Speed51.com
A battle of Super Late Model titans will be held at Lucas Oil Raceway on Saturday, September 7. That battle, known as the Speed51 Super Select, will be a first-of-its-kind Super Late Model All-Star race featuring many of the biggest names in short track racing. Fans unable to make it to Indianapolis for the $10,000 winner-take-all, no-holds-barred race will be able to watch live via a pay-per-view broadcast on Speed51.com.
Race fans can watch drivers like Bubba Pollard, Harrison Burton, Stephen Nasse, Donnie Wilson, Casey Johnson, Brian Campbell and more as they fight for Super Late Model supremacy live on Speed51.com’s pay-per-view broadcast. Live video tickets can be purchased for $19.99 by clicking here.
“We’re so excited to see this inaugural event happen,” said Speed51.com’s Editor, Brandon Paul. “We’re anticipating a wild Super Late Model race as the top drivers battle for a $10,000 payday. We hope race fans from all over will come out to Lucas Oil Raceway to see the race in person, but thanks to our live pay-per-view broadcast fans from all over will be able to watch their favorite drivers in action.”
The Speed51.com pay-per-view broadcast will feature a multi-camera television-style broadcast of the ARCA/CRA Super Series Super Late Model event.
The pay-per-view broadcast will begin at approximately 6 p.m. ET with qualifying for the 75-lap Speed51 Super Select. Race fans will also get to see the 30-lap “Open” qualifying race, which will see drivers trying to race their way into the final starting spots for the Super Select. The pay-per-view stream will resume at approximately 8:45 p.m. ET for the Speed51 Super Select main event.
The inaugural Speed51 Super Select is a 75-lap event broken into three 25-lap segments. The top 12 after the first segment will be inverted for the start of the second segment. The third and final segment will see the drivers line up based on their combined finishes from the first two segments.
Race fans can purchase their online video ticket for $19.99 by clicking here.
Race fans seeking more information on the inaugural Speed51 Super Select at Lucas Oil Raceway can head to Speed51 Super Select Central by clicking here.
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About Champion Racing Association
Champion Racing Association, established in 1997 with the ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS. The Champion Racing Association is one of the top sanctioning bodies for short track racing in the United States, and serves as the sanctioning body for the ARCA/CRA Super Series, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, CRA Late Model Sportsman and CRA Street Stocks. For more information on the Champion Racing Association, visit cra-racing.com.
About Track Enterprises
Track Enterprises is a premier racing promoter in the midwest and operates from their offices in Macon, IL. Track Enterprises operates dirt racing facilities in Macon, IL and Paducah, KY. Track Enterprises also promotes events at the Springfield Mile in Springfield, IL, DuQuoin Mile in DuQuoin, IL, Terre Haute Action Track in Terre Haute, IN, Lucas Oil Speedway in Indianapolis, IN, the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, IN as well as events at other facilities. For more information on Track Enterprises, visit trackenterprises.com.