Outlaw Super Late Models from all over the Midwest will converge at Kalamazoo Speedway (MI) on Wednesday, June 8 for the inaugural Gary Terry ‘Follow Your Dreams’ 125.
A lot of excitement already surrounds this inaugural event with fans all over the country making their plans to be in attendance. But if for some reason you can’t make it to the race track, you’ll still be able to watch the race live.
Speed51.com and officials from Kalamazoo Speedway announced Monday that the Gary Terry ‘Follow Your Dreams’ 125 will be streamed live on Speed51 TV beginning at 6:30 pm ET.
“Two events a year I feel are big enough to be worthy of the pay-per-view with Speed51.com. Those two events would be the Kalamazoo Klash and the Gary Terry ‘Follow Your Dreams’ 125,” said Gary Howe, promoter of Kalamazoo Speedway. “We’re excited to have this inaugural event in Gary Terry’s memory broadcasted to a worldwide audience on Speed51 TV.”
Track officials expect nearly 40 Outlaw Super Late Models to be in attendance for the race, with drivers from four Midwest states already entered. Home track favorites like Rick Senneker, Mike Brooks and Phil Bozell will be joined by a host of invaders, including NASCAR driver David Stremme, who already filed his entry for the race.
“This is an event that race fans throughout the country will not want to miss out on,” said Brandon Paul, Editor, Speed51.com. “Outlaw Super Late Models are some of the coolest race cars that compete on the short tracks of America. It’s great to see Kalamazoo Speedway hosting this race in honor of Gary Terry and we’re excited to be able to bring this inaugural event to race fans worldwide.”
The one-day video ticket to watch the Gary Terry ‘Follow Your Dreams’ 125 can be purchased now for $19.99. Speed51 Network yearly subscribers will receive a 10% discount on the purchase price.
Speed51TV’s single-camera video stream broadcast from Kalamazoo will feature all of the qualifying races and feature action, including the spotlight feature, the 125-lap Outlaw Super Late Model race in memory of the late Gary Terry. The feed will feature audio from the public address announcer at the track and allow fans to hear the same thing they’d hear if they were at the track.
The broadcast will begin when racing begins at 6:30 pm ET on Wednesday, June 8 and has a 100-mile blackout radius around the Kalamazoo, MI area.
Live video tickets to watch the race can be purchased today by clicking here