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SprintCarUnlimited.TV signs Selinsgrove Speedway to 11-race Pay-Per-View deal for 2021

Kali Landis Productions

It’s been a busy week for SprintCarUnlimited.com’s Jeremy Elliott and the owners of DirtTrackDigest.TV, a Live streaming company based in New York.

On Wednesday, Elliott announced a partnership with Dirt Track Digest’s Mike Mallett and his partners to form SprintCarUnlimited.TV, a new Pay-Per-View platform developed to broadcast races from central Pennsylvania.

Trail-Way Speedway and BAPS Motor Speedway were the first two tracks to come on board with a combined 18 races. And now the new venture has another key component for the 2021 season.

Selinsgrove Speedway has chosen SprintCarUnlimited.TV as its Pay-Per-View provider for the upcoming season. The 11-race schedule will feature eight 410 Sprint Car events, two 360 Sprint shows, and a Super Late Model program.

“We’re really happy to partner with Jeremy Elliott and Mike Mallett and SprintCarUnlimited.TV to broadcast so many of our biggest races to audiences all around the world during the 2021 season,” said Selinsgrove promoter Mike Heffner.

“This deal really is so versatile and viewer and track friendly that it just made a lot of sense to us to showcase our varied schedule to all walks of dirt-track fans through SprintCarUnlimited.TV. We hope that the fans who can’t make it to Selinsgrove this year give our broadcasts a look.”

The first show on the impressive slate will be March Madness for the 410 Sprints and Super Late Models on March 28. SprintCarUnlimited.TV will be back at the speedway on April 25 for the prestigious Ray Tilley Classic, which will also feature the 410 Sprints and Super Late Model class.

Keeping with the diversity theme on SprintCarUnlimited.TV’s schedule, the outlet will broadcast the Super Late Model 46er for Super Late Models, Limited Late Models, and Roadrunners on May 15.

The 360 Sprints will take centerstage for the first of their two shows on June 5, as the United Racing Club invades the Snyder County oval for the Kramer Cup. The 305 Sprints and Roadrunners will also be on the program.

One of the highlights of this year’s Selinsgrove Speedway Pay-Per-View schedule takes place on Sunday, July 4. The best in central Pennsylvania and some of the best 410 Sprint Car drivers in the country will compete in the Jan Opperman/Dick Bogar Memorial/Ralph Heintzelman Memorial. The winner will receive $7,500.

Some of the other big events include the Mach 1 Chassis 21st annual 360 Sprint Car Open (July 10), 75th Anniversary Race for 410 Sprints and Super Late Models (July 20), the Jack Gunn Memorial for 410 Sprints (Aug. 28).

The Selinsgrove season winds down on Sept. 25 with the much-anticipated Jim Nace Memorial 39th annual National Open. It’s one of the biggest races in the region and pays $20,000 to the winner.

“I want to thank Selinsgrove Speedway’s management team for joining our platform,” said Jeremy Elliott, owner of SprintCarUnlimited.com. “Promoter Mike Heffner and the team at Selinsgrove Speedway have worked hard to improve the facility for fans and teams and have put together another solid schedule again this season.

“We look forward to showcasing these events, and we feel adding Selinsgrove Speedway to our platform with Trail-Way and BAPS Motor Speedway gives us an impressive lineup in our first season broadcasting events.”

Look for more announcements regarding SprintCarUnlimited.TV and its 2021 season schedule in the near future.

2021 SPRINTCARUNLIMITED.TV BROADCAST SCHEDULE FROM SELINSGROVE SPEEDWAY

Sunday, March 28: March Madness for 410 Sprints and Super Late Models

Sunday, April 25: Ray Tilley Classic for 410 Sprints and Super Late Models

Saturday, May 15: Super Late Model 46er, Limited Late Models, Roadrunners

Saturday, June 5: United Racing Club Kramer Kup for 360 Sprints, PASS 305 Sprints, Roadrunners

Sunday, July 4: PA Speedweek: Jan Opperman/Dick Bogar Memorial/Ralph Heintzelman Memorial ($7,500-to-win), 305 Sprints

Saturday, July 10: Mach 1 Chassis 21st annual 360 Sprint Car Open with the United Racing Club ($5,075-to-win, 305 Sprints, Roadrunners

Tuesday, July 20: 75th annual Anniversary Race for 410 Sprints and Super Late Models

Saturday, July 24: Summer Championship for 410 Sprints, Super Late Models, and Roadrunners

Saturday, August 28: 41st annual Jack Gunn Memorial for 410 Sprints, Limited Late Models, and Roadrunners

Sunday, September 5: 410 Sprint Car National Open Qualifier, ULMS Late Model Series, Roadrunners

Saturday, September 25: Jim Nace Memorial 39th annual National Open for 410 Sprints ($20,000-to-win) and 305 Sprints

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Barbara Ruth

    February 19, 2021 at 10:05 pm

    how much will it be for each race to see.

    • Kalida Landis

      February 20, 2021 at 4:22 pm

      Each race will be priced separately. Click the event to see individual pricing.

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