Mid-Am Racing Returns to TV in 2014

Categories: TV News.

February 15, 2014

Selected dates from the Mid-American Stock Car Series schedule will once again be televised, both nationally and regionally, during the upcoming racing season. The series will continue its relationship with Sopwith Motorsports Television Productions, which brought Mid-Am racing to television for the first time in 2013.

Sopwith announced this week that Mid-American racing will again be featured on “Sopwith Motorsports TV,” the popular short track program that airs in more than 50 million homes nationwide. Affiliate networks include TUFF TV, Untamed Sports TV, Time Warner Cable SportsChannel 32 of Wisconsin and online at Motorsportworld.TV.

“I'm really pleased that all of our network affiliates enjoyed the program and we had a 100% renewal rate,” said Sopwith executive producer Stephen Cox. “We have excellent coverage in Mid-Am's home state with Time Warner. They're the biggest cable provider in Wisconsin. This gives Mid-Am teams something concrete that they can take to sponsors to raise funds for their teams and get legitimate publicity for their sponsors in their home state.”

Six races are scheduled for television in 2014 with a possible seventh race to be added later.

  • Episode 1 – May 30, Vercauteren Memorial at Wisconsin International Raceway
  • Episode 2 – June 30, ARCA Fest Stock Car Festival at Milwaukee Mile
  • Episode 3 – July 31, State Park Speedway
  • Episode 4 – Aug 20, Slinger Super Speedway
  • Episode 5 – Oct 11, Elko Speedway
  • Episode 6 – Oct 25, Oktoberfest at LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway

Here's how to watch Mid-Am racing on Sopwith Motorsports TV:

  • TUFF TV – TUFF TV » Affiliates
    Select the affiliate in your area, then contact the affiliate directly to verify air times
  • Motorsportworld.TV – click this link (http://www.motorsportworld.tv/search…tZXJpY2Fu/cat/) or go to Motorsportworld.TV and use site search engine for “Mid American”
    All 2013 episodes are now airing, available on demand to subscribers, and available free to non-subscribers on the Stock Car and Dirt Track channel
  • Untamed Sports TV
    Check with your local cable provider to see if this network is available in your area
  • Time Warner Cable SportsChannel 32
    Air times for each episode will be announced in advance at MidAmericanRacing.com and SopwithMotorsports.com


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