Racing America to Broadcast Montana 200 on July 15
The Montana 200, a highlight of the summer racing season, will be held at the Mission Valley Super Oval in Polson, Montana.
Racing America, the premier destination for motorsports enthusiasts, is thrilled to announce that it will once again provide live coverage of the Montana 200. The 32nd annual event is set to take place on July 15, with the green flag scheduled to drop at 9 PM ET.
The Montana 200, a highlight of the summer racing season, will be held at the Mission Valley Super Oval in Polson, Montana - the state's only asphalt race track. This event continues to draw top-tier super late model drivers from across the northwest, all vying for the coveted Montana 200 champion title.
"We're happy to again have Racing America broadcast Montana's biggest race of the year, with the 32nd running of the Montana 200 on July 15," commented Mission Valley Super Oval owner Tony Undem. "With added tech and race direction support from the Northwest Super Late Model Series, help from Racing Dynamiks, and promotion and management by Kevin Striegle at Kevtron Media, we believe this year will be the largest in the event's prestigious history."
Initially constructed as a 1⁄4-mile oval, the Mission Valley Super Oval underwent a transformation in 1996, morphing into a 3/8-mile tri-oval with a 14-degree banking.
The event has a rich history that began in 1991 and has been held annually, with the sole exception being 2020 due to the closure of Montana Raceway Park. B.J. Tidrick has emerged victorious in the last two Montana 200's hosted at the Mission Valley Super Oval.
-Kevtron Media Release