51 TV to Present Live Online Broadcast of the Kalamazoo Klash

51 TV to Present Live Online Broadcast of the Kalamazoo Klash

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It is one the most prestigious Outlaw Late Model events in the county! This year it is getting even bigger, better and now ROWDY!

The 22nd annual Kalamazoo Klash presented by Boyne Machine Company and Enterprise Iron and Metal will take place on Wednesday, August 13th at Kalamazoo Speedway in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Today Kalamazoo Speedway is pleased to announce that “The Klash”will be broadcast live on 51 TV Pay-Per-Vew through Speed51.com powered by JEGS.

Along with the famed Outlaw Late Model 150-lap race, the ARCA/CRA Super Series will have a 100-lap Super Late Model race as well to make it an all-star double header.

Both races will have something in common, as NASCAR star Kyle Busch will pull the double by racing both the CRA Super Series and the Outlaw Late Models as part of the Kalamazoo Klash.

“The Kalamazoo Klash is our signature event each year and we are excited to partner up with Speed51.com to show this to a larger audience,”said Gary Howe, Promoter of Kalamazoo Speedway. “It will be a great showcase of asphalt late model racing where you can watch the best in Outlaw Late Models and Template Late Models race in one night at one track. It will be memorable.”

51 TV will carry a live online broadcast of the Kalamazoo Klash. Fans from all around the world will have a change to watch Kyle Busch attempt to win two more prestigious short track events to add to his already impressive racing resume.

The pay-per-view broadcast will feature both the 22nd Annual Kalamazoo Klash and the ARCA/CRA Super Series 100, and can beginning Monday for only $19.99.

“When we started to plan our 51 TV schedule, the Kalamazoo Klash was a definite event on our list,”said Bob Dillner, Speed51.com founder and NASCAR on FOX broadcaster. “Now with Kyle Busch throwing his hat into both big races, this is definitely going to be a must-see event. If you are not in the area and cannot make it to the show, now fans can watch it on 51 TV.”

The Klash itself is a three-segment, 150-lap event that will pay $10,000 to the winner. Some of the top guns competing include defending winner Terry Senneker, multiple-time winner Andy Bozell and current Kalamazoo point leader Mike Brooks.

Speed51.com will also have its popular free Trackside Now live updates of the Kalamazoo Klash from the time practice begins and up to the live broadcast. When 51 TV goes on the air, Trackside Now updates will pause until the conclusion of the live video broadcast.

To see the event in person, keep your eye on kalamazoospeedway.com for pre-sale ticket information.

Advertising opportunities on the 51 TV live broadcast of the Kalamazoo Klash are available. For affordable advertising package information, contact Speed51.com Director of Business Kevin Ramsell at kevin@51sports.net.



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