Attica Raceway Park now on DIRTVision
DIRTVision to broadcast “Ohio’s Finest” weekly events in 2020.
CONCORD, NC – March 9, 2020 – DIRTVision and Attica Raceway Park announced today a broadcast partnership establishing DIRTVision as the exclusive broadcast platform for Attica Raceway Park’s full regular-season schedule of events headlined by the Attica Fremont Championship Series (AFCS) 410 Sprint Cars and high-powered DIRTcar Late Models.
"We have established DIRTVision as the world leader in dirt track streaming," said Brian Dunlap, Director of Broadcast for DIRTVision. "Adding Attica Raceway Park, the ‘finest’ weekly dirt track in the great state of Ohio, provides our fans a chance to ‘clap their hands and stomp their feet…’ at the command of track announcer Brian Liskai while watching even more 410 Sprint and Late Model action."
DIRTVision has broadcast a number of events from Attica Raceway Park, including the popular Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic on the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car tour, and has always been impressed with the quality of the racing, facility and staff.
“The investments that John Bores and our local community have made at Attica Raceway Park have put us in a position to be able to showcase our facility, track and partners on a big stage,” said Attica Director of Race Operations Rex LeJeune. “I think all of us at the track follow DIRTVision, and we consider it an honor to have our regular season featured on the network.”
DIRTVision will kick off the 2020 Attica Raceway Park schedule on Friday, March 20 with the Construction Equipment & Supply / Bucyrus Road Materials Season Opener featuring 410 Sprints, DIRTcar Late Models and 305 Sprints. Be sure to keep up with @atticaracewyprk and @dirtvision for the latest news. Pricing will be released before the season kickoff.
Larson, Macedo Among Star Drivers To Race Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic
The prestigious three-day Australian event will be streamed LIVE on DIRTVision Jan. 24-26
WARRNAMBOOL, VIC, AUSTRALIA - January 22, 2020 – Before the best Sprint Car drivers in the world compete for the Big Gator at the DIRTcar Nationals, several of them will be in Australia Jan. 24-26 for the prestigious 48th Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic.
The Warrnambool, VIC Sungold Stadium Premier Speedway event, commonly known as the Knoxville Nationals of Australia, will be live streamed for all North American DIRTVision Fast Pass subscribers. The three-day race will go live at 1 a.m. (ET) each night.
The illustrious event, with a $224,000 purse, will see more than 100 drivers battling to etch their name in history as a Classic winner.
This year, fans can expect to see a number of familiar drivers from the United States, including recent Chili Bowl Nationals winner and NASCAR-star Kyle Larson, 2019 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Rookie of the Year Carson Macedo, 2014 Classic winner Tim Kaeding, 2010 Classic winner Shane Stewart and 2020 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee Tim Shaffer.
Familiar Australian natives such as 2017 Classic winner James McFadden, Three-time Classic winner Kerry Madsen and his brother Ian Madsen will also be in attendance.
“Classic is Australia’s biggest race with a huge car count and all the international competitors,” Kerry Madsen said. “It’s an unbelievable feeling to win it.”
Madsen, of St. Mary’s, NSW, has an exceptional record at the Classic. He won the event in 2005, 2007 and 2008. He’s also recently finished on the podium with a second-place finish in 2016 and a third-place finish last year.
Macedo, Madsen, McFadden and Stewart have already had an impressive season Down Under, winning races all around Australia and New Zealand. But the Classic is the one they all want to win most.
“The Classic is definitely a race that is on the top of my list to win,” said Macedo, of Lemoore, CA. “I enjoy the event every year. The atmosphere of the whole thing is like non other. It’s one of the toughest races in the world, but I know for sure we will put our best foot forward.”
Macedo finished second at the 2018 Classic – the only American in the last four years to finish on the podium at the event.
Thirty-four-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series winner Shane Stewart will be on the hunt to start this decade the same way he started the last – with a Classic victory.
“The Classic has always been a big race for me,” said Stewart of Bixby, OK. “I was fortunate to win one a few years back (in 2010) and it would mean the world to get another win there.”
American drivers have won 17 of the 44 Classics since 1973, including victories from former World of Outlaws champions Donny Schatz and Danny Lasoski. As with the Australian Championship, drivers from New South Wales have dominated the event with 18 wins. The home state of Victoria had to wait until the 20th running of the event to have a homer winner with Warrnambool’s own Max Dumesny winner in 1992. Australian Robbie Farr won the Classic last year.
North American Sprint Car fans can witness the excitement and international competition from Down Under with a DIRTVision Fast Pass subscription for only $39. Sign up now to watch the Sprintcar Classic, as well as other weekly Australian shows.
DIRTVision To Stream 48th Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic LIVE
The illustrious Australian race will feature American drivers like Kyle Larson and Carson Macedo
January 17th, 2020 - DIRTVision is excited to offer North American fans exclusive live streaming of the 48th Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic. The prestigious event is Australia’s biggest Sprint Car race, held each year at the Sungold Stadium Premier Speedway in Warnambool, Victoria at the end of January.
All North American DIRTVision Fast Pass subscribers will be able to watch the best Sprint Car drivers in Australia duel with a plethora of star American drivers, Jan. 24-26, for the $224,000 purse and the accompanying glory of winning in front of tens of thousands of fans. The event will go live at 1 a.m. (ET) for each event.
The Classic will see more than 100 drivers battling to win the illustrious race. This year, fans can expect to see a number of familiar drivers from the United States, including Kyle Larson, Carson Macedo, Shane Stewart, Tim Shaffer, Tim Kaeding and McKenna Haase. Three-time Classic winner Kerry Madsen will also be in the field, along with his brother Ian Madsen.
The caliber of the event and the mid-winter date attract some of the best driver from the United States to Warrnambool to compete against the locals in the crown jewel event. The Classic is essentially the Knoxville Nationals of Australia, with the largest car count in Sprint Car racing. In 2015, the event actually beat out the legendary Knoxville Nationals by two cars with 107 entries.
American drivers have won 17 of the 44 Classics run since 1973, including victories from former World of Outlaws champions Donny Schatz and Danny Lasoski. As with the Australian Championship, drivers from New South Wales have dominated the event with 18 wins. The home state of Victoria had to wait until the 20th running of the event to have a home winner with Warnambool's own Max Dumesny winning in 1992.
North American Sprint Car fans can witness the excitement and international competition from Down Under with a DIRTVision Fast Pass subscription for only $39. Sign up now to watch the Sprintcar Classic, as well as other weekly Australian shows.
Americans Battle Aussies at Perth Motorplex for Australian Late Model Championship on DIRTVision
Saturday morning broadcast showcases top Dirt Late Model racing Down Under
KWINANA BEACH, West Australia – Jan. 10, 2020 – The Australian Late Model Championship — pitting the Americans against the Aussies — converges Saturday on world-famous Perth Motorplex for the finale of the biggest Dirt Late Model event in the country.
All DIRTVision Fast Pass subscribers in Australia and the United States will be able to watch Aussie locals battle it out against the U.S. invaders, with the broadcast for American viewers set to begin at 4 a.m. Eastern and the heart of the action between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. (Locally in Perth, Hot Laps begin at 5 p.m.)
To all of the Australian Dirt Late Model drivers, this event is most analogous to the NFL’s Super Bowl. Like its sister Australian Sprint Car Championship race, it is awarded to a different track each year.
West Australia is home to some of the biggest names in Aussie Dirt Late Model racing, such as Paul Stubber, Kye Blight, Craig and Brent Vosbergen, and Freddy Kinsella; all among others who will contend for the title in Perth this Saturday.
Stubber, from Bunbury, West Australia, is a DIRTcar Summer Nationals regular and the defending Australian Late Model Championship winner. He and Blight, the current Australian Late Model Championship points leader after Wednesday night’s preliminary round, both competed in Eldora Speedway’s prestigious World 100 last September.
Together, they and a host of other Australian racers will go head-to-head with Team USA representatives Joe Godsey, of Bedford, IN; Jeff Roth, of Bentonville, AR; Justin Shaw, of Indiana; and Hayden Ross of Oklahoma. American favorite Tyler Erb and his team has been competing in the Ultimate Speedway Nationals on Australia’s East Coast (races also on DIRTVision) and was planning to compete at Perth, but due to the tragic wildfires in Australia is unable to make the cross-country journey and will continue racing on the East Coast.
Stubber is the defending winner of the Australian Late Model Championship, but he did have a few issues in his preliminary Feature on Wednesday night.
“We experienced a small setback after top qualifying in our group and running second in our first heat,” Stubber said. “We wrecked our primary car, so, it’s time for Plan B. We will be coming from a bit further back than planned, but with Mark Richards from Rocket Chassis and Keith Berner from Accu-Force, we have a strong XR1 [chassis] package that will get to the front.”
Having raced against several of the best Dirt Late Model talents in the US on his DIRTcar Summer Nationals runs in recent seasons, Stubber said he quite enjoys now going toe-to-toe with some of them on his home turf.
“It’s a pleasure showcasing our track facilities,” Stubber said. “We are blessed with a track that produces great three and four-wide racing, and to be out there running wheel-to-wheel with our American friends is just a blast.”
Perth Motorplex promoter Gavin Migro is also very excited to play host to the event this year at the track he’s promoted the past 17 years. He said lining up Australia’s best talent up against the U.S. invaders is sure to excite the fans in the stands and those watching on DIRTVision.
“It’s wonderful, we love to host our American friends,” Migro said. “The great thing about it is that off the racetrack, they’re all friends, but on the racetrack, it’s a bit of a battle for national glory. Obviously, the Americans want to come over here and have a win, but the Australian guys are pretty eager to defend their home turf.
“The people in Perth love having drivers from America come and race in Australia, the fans really buy into that. The local teams really step up their preparation, and they’re eager to put on a good show and race against the Americans to see where they stand on the world stage of Late Models.”
The event kicked off Wednesday with two flights of Qualifying and Heat Races where drivers accumulated points in each event. Saturday begins with Heats, then the top six in points after the heats go into a Pole Pursuit, which is basically battle royale-style group qualifying. The top six get on the track all at the same time and run two timed laps. The slowest two are eliminated after the two laps and that’s row three for the Feature. Then the next two laps decide row two, then the final two laps decide the pole and outside pole starting positions. A Last Chance Qualifier and a 40-lap Feature complete the event.
The broadcast itself begins with Hot Laps and Heat Races in addition to all of the Dirt Late Model races, and includes coverage of two Sprint Car events plus the track’s Speedcar Derby before concluding with Features for each division. The Australian Late Model Championship 40-lap main event is scheduled to be the final race.
Now, dirt track fans worldwide can witness the excitement and international competition from Down Under with a DIRTVision Fast Pass subscription for only $39. Sign up now and watch the events this Saturday from Perth Motorplex, and all season long on the World of Outlaws tours.
2020 Dirt Late Model season set to kick off this weekend live on DIRTVision
World of Outlaws, Summer Nationals, Xtreme DIRTcar and more included in DIRTVision Fast Pass subscription
As the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series season commences this weekend with the inaugural three-day Battle on the Border at New Mexico’s new Vado Speedway Park, race fans can watch every lap live on DIRTVision, the exclusive home for live streaming coverage of the national tour’s entire 2020 schedule.
All 2020 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series will be broadcast live only on DIRTVision through a FAST PASS subscription, while longtime Series partner DirtonDirt.com will remain the exclusive media outlet for highlights, previews and in-depth, behind-the-scenes coverage of the World of Outlaws circuit.
Visit DIRTVision.com to purchase an all-access FAST PASS and watch every World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model race from January through November for just $39 a month.
“DirtonDirt.com has been a great partner throughout the years, and we look forward to supporting their continued coverage and analysis of all things Late Model,” said DIRTVision’s Brian Dunlap. “We are also excited to have combined our Late Model and Sprint Car packages into one all-access FAST PASS, bringing all aspects of our live broadcasts fully under the DIRTVision umbrella.”
“We enjoyed the streaming portion of our partnership with DIRTVision for the World of Outlaws and Summer Nationals and are committed to maintaining world class coverage of both series through the on-demand highlights and unmatched reporting available to DirtonDirt.com subscribers,” said Michael Rigsby, founder of DirtonDirt.com. “The World of Outlaws and Summer Nationals events are at the core of what we do at DirtonDirt.com, and we can’t wait for the season to start.”
Current FAST PASS subscribers can simply log into DIRTVision.com to watch the live racing action. Anyone experiencing log-in problems should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate assistance.
For just $39 a month, the DIRTVision FAST PASS offers fans the entire World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series, World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, DIRTcar Summer Nationals, Summit Modified Nationals, Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series, Ultimate Sprintcar Championship, Australian Late Model Championship and more, including the best dirt track racing from Down Under. Highlights of a massive calendar of upcoming events includes:
• Jan. 3-5 World of Outlaws Late Model s Vado Speedway Park (NM)
• Jan. 4 Ultimate Sprintcars Valvoline Raceway (AU)
• Jan. 8 & 11 Australian Late Model Title Perth Motorplex (AU)
• Jan. 16-18 DIRTcar Sunshine Nationals Volusia Speedway Park (FL)
• Jan 17-18 Speedway Nationals Valvoline Raceway (AU)
• Jan. 18 Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Cherokee Speedway (SC)
• Jan. 25 Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Cochran Motor Speedway (GA)
• Feb. 4-15 DIRTcar Nationals Volusia Speedway Park (FL)
• Feb. 8 Ultimate Late Models Valvoline Raceway (AU)
• Feb. 25 Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Modoc Speedway (SC)
Calendar year 2020 broadcasts commence this weekend, Jan. 3-5, with the World of Outlaws’ inaugural visit to the new state-of-the-art Vado Speedway Park. Tune into DIRTVision.com for hot laps at 6 p.m. MT (8 p.m. ET) on Jan. 3 and 3 p.m. MT (5 p.m. ET) on Jan. 4-5 and be sure to watch the race preview, extended highlights and interviews and read exclusive stories on the events at DirtonDirt.com.
DIRTVision Announces All Access FAST PASS
FAST PASS Subscribers will now have access to Sprint, Late Model, Modified and Midget Racing
December 13th, 2019 - Two years after the introduction of the Sprint and Late Model FAST PASS options, DIRTVision is excited to announce the new all-access FAST PASS, offering subscribers access to all World of Outlaws events — both Sprint Cars and Late Models — along with the DIRTcar Summer Nationals & Summit Modified Nationals tours, the new Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series, and a full slate of Australian action, including the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship, Ultimate Speedway Challenge along with Valvoline Raceway, Perth Motorplex and more.
“Our fan and subscriber base is the heart and soul of DIRTVision. As we grow, we are consistently looking to give each subscriber as much value and compelling content as possible,” said Director of Broadcasts Brian Dunlap. “Since its inception in 2018 the FAST PASS subscription program has increased fan engagement night in and night out. By combining FAST PASS subscriptions our goal is to give more fans access to more content, further increasing engagement and ultimately driving attendance at the track.”
Current subscribers need not take any action. The two existing subscriptions will simply be merged into one all-access DIRTVision FAST PASS for the same price of $39/month. The DIRTVision FAST PASS will now offer the best Sprint Car, Late Model, Modified and Midget racing in the World, from the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Fans can view the upcoming DIRTVision schedule and sign up for the new all-access FAST PASS at DIRTVision.com, effective immediately.
DIRTVision to Broadcast Perth Motorplex Sprintcars, Late Models, Speeedcars & More
DIRTVision, world leader in dirt track live streaming and the home of the World of Outlaws, announced today a partnership with Perth Motorplex to live stream races from the ultra-fast 1/3-mile speedway to fans in both Australia and American as well as across the globe for the first time ever. Celebrating its 20th anniversary season, Australia’s West Coast Motorplex is known for the many slide jobs delivered on a track where the outside wall often doubles as the cushion.
Coverage begins Saturday, October 26, with the season opener, Shannon’s Power Palooza. The blockbuster event kicks off at 5:00 p.m. (in Perth) with two hours of drag racing, followed by two hours of Sprint Cars, Late Models, Speedcars (Midgets) at 7:00 p.m. in Perth; 7:00 a.m. eastern in the U.S., capped off with a burnout contest.
While big events dominate the calendar at the Motorplex, American stars will take to the track during the John Day Classic Western Australia Sprintcar and Speedcar Title for the Race Heard around the World. USAC National Midget points leader Tyler Courtney will join Pennsylvania’s Alex Bright and New Zealand’s Michael Pickens against the best drivers from Australia in pursuit of the massive AU$14,000 winner’s share of the AU$50,000 purse… unless of course they have the guts to start from the rear of the field, in which case a win is worth a whopping AU$39,000!
World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car star Shane Stewart will be joined by Mark Dobmeier and more as they take on Australian stars Jason Kendrick, Ben Ellement, Shaun Bradford, Andrew Priolo and more during two nights of USA Speedweek action December 26 and 28.
Widely known for having one of the strongest Dirt Late Model programs in Australia, Perth will welcome American standout Tyler Erb this year as one of the first Americans entered to take on Australia’s defending Champion Paul Stubber (also a veteran of the U.S. DIRTcar Summer Nationals), along with Brent Vosbergen and others January 8 and 11 for the Australian Late Model Championship, the most prestige Dirt Late Model event in the country.
“Perth Motorplex is a standout in the Australian speedway scene, and adding their events to our calendar is consistent with our mission to keep DIRTVision the home of the highest quality racing from around the globe,” said Brian Dunlap, Director of Broadcast for DIRTVision. “We know that Australian fans will be excited to watch, and we are proud to add more high-quality Sprint Car, Late Model and Speedcar (Midget) racing for our American customers.”
All 12 events from Perth Motorplex will be available to Australian and American subscribers — and other subscribers across the globe — with either a Late Model or Sprint Car FAST PASS, at a price of just US$39 per month. Individual events will be available on a pay-per-view basis with prices starting as low as US$19 per event.
“Perth Motorplex is one of the greatest dirt track’s in the world, and we can’t wait to showcase our facility and drivers on DIRTVision," said Gavin Migro, Speedway Racing Manager at Perth Motorplex, "Whether it is a local fan who just can’t make it to the track because they have to work late, one of our mates from the East Coast (Australia) who can’t get to sleep after a night at their favorite speedway, or an American enthusiast who wants to catch a little racing over breakfast, we believe that this is a big step towards broadening our audience at the Motorplex.”
Tune in Saturday, October 26 at 5:00 p.m. (in Perth) for live coverage of Shannon’s Power Palooza. See DIRTVision.com for complete schedule and details.
XTREME DIRTCAR SERIES RETURNS AS WINTER LATE MODEL TOUR
October 11th, 2019 -- DIRTcar Racing announced today the revival of one of the most storied brands in Dirt Late Model racing with the launch of the Xtreme DIRTcar Series for Super Late Models. The Series is set to feature 6-8 races in the Southeast starting in late November and wrapping up with its championship finale in February.
The Xtreme DIRTcar Series is designed to give racers and race fans a chance to get their fix through the winter months with a handful of high-quality special events at some of the South’s finest facilities. The schedule will feature $5,000-to-win, $500-to-start, 40-lap events with the Series opener and finale to include increased purses. Racers will also be competing for their share of a $45,000 point fund with $20,000 to the champion, $10,000 to second place, $5,000 to third place and $1,000 to each driver who enters every event. The Series points chase will however provide racers with some flexibility; entering every event will not be required for point fund eligibility, and drivers will only count a certain number of their highest point nights towards the championship.
Five races have already been confirmed for the 2019/2020 season, with the Inaugural Xtreme DIRTcar Series winter event being the 29th Annual Blue Gray 100 at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC on Sunday, Nov. 24. The event will feature its traditional format, paying $10,000-to-win, and it will be co-sanctioned with the Carolina Clash as they will crown their 2019 Champion at the event.
“We are honored to be the inaugural event for the new format Xtreme DIRTcar Series,” said Scott Childress, Promoter of Cherokee Speedway. “Dirt Late Model racing in the South is almost a year-round sport as it is, but the Xtreme DIRTcar Series really gives us something to look forward to and build around.”
The Series will move on to Lavonia Speedway for a Sunday afternoon, 40-lap, $5,000-to-win affair on Dec. 15, followed by a 40-lap, $5,000-to-win event at Cherokee Speedway on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020 and another 40-lap, $5,000-to-win event at Cochran Motor Speedway in Cochran, GA on Saturday, Jan. 25. The Series finale is set for Saturday, Feb. 29 at Modoc Raceway in Modoc, SC. The format, purse and laps for the Series finale will be announced in the near future.
While Dirt Late Model enthusiasts across the Southeast will have the chance to visit their favorite tracks in person, snowbound race fans from across the country will be able to do the next best thing as each event will be broadcast live on DIRTVision and made available to both Late Model and Sprint Car FAST PASS subscribers.
Another announcement finalizing the 2019/2020 schedule with the addition of two to three more dates is expected soon, along with the naming of a Title Sponsor. Racers and tracks can contact Sam Driggers (email@example.com) or Casey Shuman (firstname.lastname@example.org) with interest and questions about the Series.
DIRTVISION TO COVER AUSTRALIA’S ULTIMATE SPRINTCARS, LATE MODELS, MIDGETS & MORE
October 5th, 2019 -- DIRTVision announced today a far-reaching broadcast partnership establishing DIRTVision as the exclusive North American broadcast home for the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship, the Ultimate Speedway Challenge, Valvoline Raceway, Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway, Hi-Tec Oils Speedway and other major events from Down Under.
Coverage begins Saturday October 12 with the first round of the Ultimate Speedway Challenge and run all the way through the winter months, peak season in Australia. The Challenge features all three of Australia’s top divisions, delivering 410 Sprint Car, dirt Late Model and Midget triple headers. While Australian Sprint Car racing’s import/export business has been well documented, dirt Late Model and Midget racing is strong across the continent. The DIRTVision schedule will also feature the Australian V8 Dirt Modified Title (Northeast Modifieds) from Valvoline Raceway February 21-22.
The Ultimate Sydney Speedweek will be broadcast in its entirety on DIRTVision, including six big nights of 410 Sprint Car racing from Valvoline Raceway between December 28 and January 11. Ultimate Sprintcar Championship stars Sam Walsh, Robbie Farr, Matt Dumesny and more will share the track with current World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series points leader Brad Sweet, Ollies Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions Presented by Mobil 1 Champion Aaron Reutzel and World of Outlaws Rookie of the Year contender Carson Macedo.
“We’re excited to add some of the best racing Australia has to offer to our schedule,” said Brian Dunlap, Director of Broadcast for DIRTVision. “For years the drivers we have watched and followed all summer have headed Down Under to race the greatest Australian Sprint Car drivers at world class venues. We can’t wait to take the fans along for the ride at a time when many dirt tracks across America are covered in snow.”
With more than 30 races in total and 20 events from November through February alone, DIRTVision fans will be entertained throughout the winter. The entire schedule of Sprint Cars, Late Models, V-8 dirt Modifieds, Midgets (called Speedcars in Australia) and more will be available to both Late Model and Sprint Car FAST PASS subscribers.
The Ultimate Sprint Car Championship (USC) features three separate points battles, resulting in three champions: USC – New South Wales at the dirt palace that is Valvoline Raceway in Sydney, New South Wales (NSW); USC – South Australia at Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in Murray Bridge, South Australia (SA); and USC – Queensland at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba, Queensland (QLD). USC races regularly draw anywhere from 20 to 60 Sprint Cars per event.
“The Ultimate Speedway Challenge, Ultimate Sprintcar Championship, and Valvoline Raceway, along with many of the other tracks and major events in Australia, deliver world class dirt track racing,” said Barry and Felicity Waldron, USC Owners. “Our teams are going to be fired up to know that DIRTVision fans across the pond will be watching and following their seasons. It’s a great opportunity for us to further prove that we have some of the greatest drivers on the planet.”
Tune in Saturday morning, October 12th for live coverage of Ultimate Speedway Challenge Round #1 from Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba, Queensland. Australian broadcasts will also be available all day long (just in case you sleep in). See DIRTVision.com for the complete schedule and details.
WORLD FINALS NOW INCLUDED IN FAST PASSES
October 3, 2019 -- DIRTVision and the World of Outlaws are excited to announce that this year’s Can-Am World Finals will now be included in its entirety as part of the DIRTVision FAST PASS — available to both Sprint Car and Late Model pass holders.
Nothing beats watching the legendary season finale live and in person from The Dirt Track at Charlotte, but if you can’t be there in person, the next best thing is watching LIVE on DIRTVision.com.
All three nights of the November 7-9 crowning glory will be broadcast live on DIRTVision. Current Sprint Car and Late Model FAST PASS subscribers can watch at no additional cost. Those without a FAST PASS, can subscribe for $39/month or purchase as single-day pay-per-view events at DIRTVision.com.
Fast Pass subscribers will also get the Driven Racing Oil World Short Track Championship from the Dirt Track at Charlotte, October 31-November 2. The World Short Track Championship features over 400 entries across 9 divisions ranging from Pro Late Models and Modifieds to Hornets and Monster Minis.
The 2019 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series and World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series Championship banquets will also be broadcast live on Sunday, November 10t and included for Sprint Car and Late Model FAST PASS subscribers at no additional cost. Watch season recaps, driver acceptance speeches and over $1.3 Million in prize money distributed on the richest night in dirt track racing.
Close out the season with two weeks of can’t miss, championship action at The Dirt Track at Charlotte: a three-day dirt racing family reunion, followed by three thrilling nights of racing with the three premier series in the country: the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series, and the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds. You won’t want to miss the legendary three-series four-wide! And you definitely won’t want to miss the crowning of this year’s champions.