Speed51.com – the online destination of editorial coverage and live streaming of grassroots motorsports – has rebranded as Racing America, powered by Speed51.TV. In short, what this means for race fans is more.
While the name has changed, the commitment to short track racing has increased. Racing America will enhance the current Speed51.TV live event experience while also increasing the overall number of races that air on the platform. If you are a current Speed51.TV subscriber, nothing changes except you will now get more content, more access and more benefits from the team at Racing America.
In partnership with the teams that compete in the NASCAR Cup Series, Racing America will now also provide a dynamic spotlight to document the highest level of motorsports in North America as well. This new platform will take fans behind the scenes of their favorite teams as they embark on the next generation of racing at the Cup Series level.
In part, Racing America is a showcase of the personalities that make up the fabric of the NASCAR Cup Series both at and away from the track. It’s also a celebration of motorsports at every level surrounding the Cup Series.
This new website is an investment back into the grassroots community by many of the legends who helped build Stock Car racing into what it has become today.
Through RTA Media, the content and marketing arm of the Race Team Alliance, the likes of Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing, Team Penske, Richard Petty Motorsports, Roush Fenway Racing, Stewart-Haas Racing and the Wood Brothers aim to give back to the grassroots community while also tying those experiences to what they do in the Cup Series today.
But most of all, Racing America intends to preserve and celebrate short track racing and what it means to the overall motorsports culture.
This year, our platform was the live streaming home the All-American 400, Slinger Nationals, Oxford 250, Thanksgiving Classic, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Southern Super Series, CRA Super Series, Pro All Stars Series, American Canadian Tour and so much more. And of course, we will be covering and streaming the 54th annual Snowball Derby this Decemeber. But there's still more racing coming your way.
While the NASCAR community prepares for a busy off-season, Racing America powered by Speed51.TV will be live on Sunday with coverage of the Battle of the Stars at Goodyear All-American Speedway featuring the biggest names in Late Model Stock competition racing at the Jacksonville, North Carolina bullring.
On Saturday, Nov. 27, over 50 Super Late Model teams are scheduled to race for $20,000 in the Bill Bigley Sr. Super Late Model 128 at 4-17 Southern Speedway in Punta Gorda, Florida. On Sunday, Nov. 28, the Late Model Stock Car season concludes with one of the historical majors in the Solid Rock Carriers Thanksgiving Classic at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, North Carolina.
The short track season all builds to Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida with the Snowball Derby on December 1-5, and we will have live coverage of every lap and storyline surrounding the Super Bowl of Short Track Racing.
Existing Speed51.TV members will see no difference in their accounts and will be able to access all the features of Speed51.TV using their current login information. To all of our current suscribers, we want to thank you for riding with us throughout this year. We hope you have enjoyed the season.
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