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Slinger Super Speedway, Racing America Announce 2022 Broadcasting Agreement

Racing America will broadcast the Slinger Nationals as well as Slinger's Elite 8 Series


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Concord, NC (March 17, 2022) – Slinger Super Speedway has reached a new, comprehensive broadcasting agreement with Racing America and RTA Media, which will allow fans to watch racing from the famed Wisconsin quarter-mile throughout the entire 2022 season.

The broadcast schedule will include Slinger’s new Elite 8 Series of $2,500-to-win Super Late Model features, weekly racing events and Slinger’s crown jewel signature event, the Slinger Nationals scheduled for July 12.

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We are excited to announce this comprehensive partnership with the team at Racing America. With the addition of the Elite 8 series, we were looking for a partner that could really help us build out and promote this new brand and we found what we were looking for in Racing America’s new platform. We also wanted one place where all of our fans who can’t make it to the track can enjoy our races.

Todd Thelen, Owner of Slinger Super Speedway

Subscribers of the new Racing America platform will gain access to all Elite 8 Series races and all weekly racing from the “World’s Fastest Quarter Mile Oval.” The Slinger Nationals and its ancillary events will remain a pay-per-view broadcast similar to previous seasons.

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Matt Kenseth, an eight-time Slinger Nationals champion, has already announced his intentions to compete in this year's running of the event.

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Steve Apel (51) and Alex Prunty (11) are among the former track champions at Slinger Super Speedway.

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Luke Fenhaus claimed both the Slinger Nationals and Slinger's Super Late Model track championship in 2021.

Located in the village of Slinger, Wisconsin, Slinger Super Speedway has hosted auto racing since 1948. This year’s Slinger Nationals marks the 43rd annual edition of the event, which has crowned champions such as Alan Kulwicki, Dick Trickle, Mark Martin, Rich Bickle, Matt Kenseth, Kyle Busch, Bubba Pollard and Ty Majeski.

Luke Fenhaus is the defending champion of both Slinger Super Speedway and the Slinger Nationals. Last year, Fenhaus parlayed his Slinger Nationals victory into a race in the Superstar Racing Experience at Slinger, where he finished second to Marco Andretti.

The Elite 8 Super Late Model Series kicks off on April 24 with Slinger’s 75th Season Opener. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the track website at www.slingersuperspeedway.com or call the track office at (262) 644-5921.