Northwest Super Late Model Series to Broadcast on Racing America

Racing America powered by Speed51.TV will have broadcast rights for the Super Late Model series.

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CONCORD, N.C. (December 16, 2021) – The growth of Racing America powered by Speed51.TV continues as an agreement with the Northwest Super Late Model Series has been signed for broadcast rights to their races.

Starting in 2022, subscribers to Racing America can view all NWSLMS races on Speed51.TV live, or at a later time, on their channel. Events are held at speedways in the states of Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

“The Northwest Super Late Model Series is looking forward to the partnership with Racing America for the upcoming 2022 season,” said Dan Garber, Series Director. “We have some great short track racing here in the northwest and we are excited for fans from all over to see it next year.”

This is the newest venture into the territory as more and more series and tracks become part of the network.

“We are beyond proud to welcome the Northwest Super Late Model Series to Racing America," said Colin Smith, president of RTA Media. “We have made wholesale improvements to our website and network this past year, and having a series of this magnitude come on board is very rewarding.

“With our continued growth, great racing such as their series will get more fans viewing their events. In turn, it shows we are serious about getting more tracks and series in the west and northwest on Racing America.”

For more information about the series, check them out at www.nwslms.com. To become an annual or monthly subscriber, log on to www.RacingAmerica.com where there is also great racing news and information.