Braunschweig Racing Signs Stephen Cox for GridLife Run

Braunschweig Racing, a Minneapolis-based sports car franchise with multiple endurance racing wins, has signed Indianapolis driver Stephen Cox to compete in the GridLife Music & Motorsports Festival series. With sponsorship from 104+ Horsepower, Cox will pilot Braunschweig’s Chevrolet Corvette in the Gridlife Midwest Festival, June 4-7, 2020 at Gingerman Raceway in South Haven, Michigan. This forges a reunion of the same team/car/driver combination that set the current World Racing League track record en route to a dominating win at the same track more than four years ago. “We’re really looking forward to getting Stephen back in the car after our Read More

Indiana Sprint Week Trailer Released

The new preview of USAC’s Indiana Sprint Week television show has been released by Sopwith Motorsports. The full program is to be a 30-minute docu-drama with the first episodes completed this fall. Network and time slot details will be announced by USAC. Read More

Sopwith to Produce “Webb’s Auto Body 100 Presented by Boschett Timepieces”

July 21, 2011 (Indianapolis) – The first-ever national broadcast of a Super Cup Stock Car Series racing event will take place at the “Webb’s Auto Body 100 Presented by Boschett Timepieces” at Virginia’s Old Dominion Speedway on July 30th.

Six cameras will be employed to cover the event including a primary overview camera, ground level cameras in Turns 1 and 4, a mobile camera crew working along pit road, and at least two on-board camera systems mounted on racecars.

The show will have a slightly different presentation according to executive producer Stephen Cox of Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions. “We’re going to relax the program a bit. We’re going to talk to some drivers and teams and show off the series in the best light possible. We want our audience to get to know the stars of Super Cup, to see the cars up close and educate them on the series. You’ll definitely see some great racing, but we’re not going to be afraid to leave the racetrack occasionally and let the viewers breathe a little.”

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Sopwith to Produce USAC’s Indiana Sprint Week

July 5, 2011 (Indianapolis) - The 2011 USAC Indiana Sprint Week, which starts tonight at Gas City I-69 Speedway and encompasses seven races in nine nights, will receive unprecedented television exposure through an agreement reached with Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions of Indianapolis. A series of 30-minute broadcasts will be produced covering one of America’s most spectacular motorsports series, which concludes July 16 at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt.

“We are obviously very excited about this agreement,” offered USAC President/CEO Kevin Miller. “We understand the tremendous property Indiana Sprint Week has become and the appeal it has with race fans across the country. It annually attracts fans and partciipants who travel many miles to become part of its rich tradition and history and we are pleased to be able to provide this additional exposure for them.”

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Mecum Auto Auction Visits Des Moines

June 30, 2011 (Indianapolis, IN) – The Mecum Auto Auction visits the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines on Friday and Saturday, July 15 and 16. HD Theater will provide live coverage on Friday from 6-10pm ET, and Saturday from 2-6pm ET. Sopwith’s Stephen Cox will join Scott Hoke, Bill Stephens and John Kraman to host the show as hundreds of classic and collectible automobiles go up for auction. Read More

Silver Anniversary Video

Sopwith's Silver Anniversary video is now available, celebrating 25 years of auto racing by Sopwith Motorsports. The video is a brief look at the progression of Sopwith Motorsports since it's inception in 1986, when the team began operating under the name "Garden Center Racing" at local Indiana dirt tracks.

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Sopwith to Produce Super Cup Series Broadcasts

June 20, 2011 (Indianapolis, IN) – Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions has partnered with the Super Cup Stock Car Series to create a new multi-media platform and bring their racing events to fans through video and television. Read More