CONCORD, N.C. (December 31, 2021) – The Vores Compact Touring Series powered by Mercer County Electric and Racing America announced today a partnership to broadcast racing events for the next three years.
The three-year agreement will bring events from the Vores Compact Touring Series (VCTS) to Racing America’s website and live streaming services through the 2024 racing season.
The Vores Compact Touring Series provides a platform for four or six-cylinder front wheel drive compact cars to compete at a touring level in affordable fashion. The series has grown in popularity in recent years while competing at some of the most notable short tracks in America, including Bristol Motor Speedway, Eldora Raceway, Five Flags Speedway, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway and Winchester Speedway.
“It is great to have a three-year contract with Racing America,” said VCTS owner Steve Vore. “Racing America is the premier short track media company in the United States. For them to give our drivers and fans a home says a lot about the quality of racing our drivers put on at every VCTS track.”
“The opportunity that Racing America has given to our series and drivers has been amazing,” added Series Director Dan Redmond. “Now with a three-year contract, that will continue to push VCTS racing to the next level.”
"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the Vores Compact Touring Series," said Racing America president Colin Smith. "It is the epitome of grassroots racing, and we look forward to showcasing the series on Racing America."
The 2022 VCTS schedule includes events at Anderson Speedway, Angola Motorsport Park, Five Flags Speedway, Jennerstown Speedway, Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, Ona Speedway, Shadybowl Speedway and Winchester Speedway.
For more information about the Vores Compact Touring Series powered by Mercer County Electric, visit https://www.voresracing.com. You can also like VCTS on Facebook or follow them on Twitter at @VCTSRacing.