This Saturday, July 11th the historic race track along North 600 East just outside of Fremont will see a spotlight like the track has never seen before, as the event's high speed on track action will be broadcast on national television for the first time in Angola Motorsport Speedway history.
Speed51.com, a short track racing website centerpiece will be bringing its cameras for a live Pay-Per-View internet broadcast for the night's events feature the Vore's Welding & Steel Compact Touring Series event that is the headline race at Angola Motorsport Speedway, and in addition taping the race for a future broadcast on MAV-TV.
The VCTS 30 Lap Feature Event known as the "Vore's Cup," will air in the coming weeks on a tape-delayed basis on MAV, while it along with all of the usual Angola Motorsport Speedway classes will be shown as part of the live Pay-Per-View broadcast Saturday Night. Late Models, Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and much more will all be in action Saturday Night.
Adult General Admission tickets are just $15, Kids tickets from ages 11-16 are just $5, and Kids 10 and under are admitted FREE of charge with the first green flag for racing scheduled to fly at 6:30 P.M.
For more information, you can visit their website www.raceangola.com
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