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Racing America Reaches Multi-Year Broadcast Agreement with Slinger Speedway

Racing America will continue to broadcast live events from Slinger Speedway, including the track’s marquee event, the Slinger Nationals. Photo Credit: Racing America

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (February 1, 2024) – Racing America and Slinger Super Speedway in Slinger, Wisconsin have reached a multi-year agreement to broadcast racing events at the quarter-mile facility.

Racing America will continue to broadcast live events from Slinger Speedway, including the track’s marquee event, the Slinger Nationals. The Slinger Nationals routinely draws top Super Late Model talent and even NASCAR competitors for the Tuesday night event in July.

“We are pleased to continue our relationship with Racing America in 2024 and into the future,” said Todd Thelen, owner and promoter of Slinger Speedway. “They have been a great broadcast and marketing partner, and we look forward to working with their entire team again as we begin our 77th year of racing at Slinger.”

“We are excited to remain the broadcasting home for Slinger Speedway,” said Racing America president Colin Smith. “Sunday night racing at Slinger has become a staple of our programming, and of course the entire pavement racing community looks forward to the Slinger Nationals each year.”

In 2023, more than 30 cars took part in the Slinger Nationals, including NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Matt Kenseth and NASCAR Cup Series drivers Chase Elliott, William Byron, and Erik Jones. Ty Majeski scored the win in the event, claiming his third Slinger Nationals victory.

Past winners of the Slinger Nationals include NASCAR veterans such as Kenseth, Byron, Kyle Busch, Alan Kulwicki, Dick Trickle, Mark Martin, Rich Bickle, as well as short track standouts such as Larry Detjens, Joe Shear, Butch Miller and Bubba Pollard.

Racing America will also broadcast weekly racing events from the historic Wisconsin venue, traditionally held on Sunday evenings from April until mid-September. These events will be available to RacingAmerica.tv subscribers throughout the season.

CLICK HERE for more information about the benefits of being a Racing America subscriber and join today to get access to over 200 live short-track races each year. Plus, unlock access to years of archived races and highlights, plus behind-the-scenes and exclusive NASCAR Cup Team content.

Stay tuned to Racing America for more updates regarding broadcasts that will be available on Racing America throughout the 2024 season.

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