Waterbury, VT — The American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Racing America powered by Speed51.TV have announced a new live streaming agreement for the 2022 season. The deal means the entire ACT Late Model Tour schedule will be broadcast live with most of the events available worldwide on Racing America.
Under the terms of the agreement, Racing America powered by Speed51.TV is offering live streaming and on-demand broadcasts of all ACT Late Model Tour events except those held at Vermont’s Thunder Road Speedbowl. The broadcasting format for each event will be determined after the 2022 ACT schedule is released. The schedule is expected by Thanksgiving.
Furthermore, the annual Midsummer Classic 250 at New Hampshire’s White Mountain Motorsports Park is being featured on MAVTV Motorsports Network’s “Short Track America” television show. The premiere date of the one-hour episode is to be determined. MAVTV and Short Track America previously broadcast the ACT-sanctioned Vermont Milk Bowl in 2018.
Racing America powered by Speed51.TV will also continue to broadcast all oval track events at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, which is co-sanctioned by ACT and the Pro All Stars Series (PASS). This includes the Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing, Icebreaker Weekend, and the Wednesday Summer Series.
“We’re thrilled to announce this deal with Racing America powered by Speed51.TV for our teams and fans,” ACT managing partner Cris Michaud said. “It’s a win-win for everyone involved. Teams and their sponsors get more exposure, our existing fans get more chances to watch the action, and new fans can be introduced to ACT from anywhere in the world. The 31st ACT Late Model Tour season will be the first where every race is broadcast live, and it’s a fantastic opportunity for the series.”
Racing America powered by Speed51.TV is one of the leading broadcasters of grassroots short track racing in North America. Every year, Racing America airs hundreds of races both live and on-demand along with highlights, driver interviews, and other content. They broadcast some of the biggest short track events in the U.S., including the World Series of Speedway Racing, Oxford 250, All-American 400, Slinger Nationals, and Snowball Derby. They are also an official live streaming partner of numerous touring series and weekly racetracks from coast to coast.
The American-Canadian Tour has a leading sanctioning body of short track racing in the Northeastern United States and Canada since 1986. The ACT Late Model Tour competes at tracks throughout the region and has held special events as far south as Florida. The ACT Late Model rules are used for weekly racing at a dozen different tracks, many of which participate in the New England Late Model Challenge Cup regional series. ACT also sanctions or co-sanctions racing at Vermont’s Thunder Road Speedbowl, New Hampshire’s White Mountain Motorsports Park, and Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park.
For more information, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.acttour.com. You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour. For more information about Racing America powered by Speed51.TV, visit http://www.racingamerica.com, like @racingamericadotcom on Facebook, or follow @racingamerica on Twitter.