Racing America, Track Enterprises Reach Agreement on ASA Branded Tour and Regional Tour Events

Racing America has entered into an agreement with Track Enterprises to continue to live stream a majority of ASA Branded Tour and Regional Tour events on RacingAmerica.TV from one of the biggest short track promotion companies in the US.

Racing America will broadcast stand-alone races for the ASA/CRA Super Series and the ASA Southern Super Series, as well as racing from Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway in 2024. With the exception of the All American 400, each race will be available for RacingAmerica.TV subscribers. The All American 400 (which this year will again be the ASA STARS National Tour championship race) will be made available as an a la carte PPV offering for any fans that wish to view the race live that can’t be there in person. These events will also be co-streamed on /


This agreement adds nearly 50 broadcasts that will be available to RacingAmerica.TV subscribers over the course of the 2024 season. Along with the aforementioned series, the agreements include the CRA JEGS Tour, CRA Late Model Sportsman, the CRA Street Stocks and the three-race King of the Highbanks Series featuring the Vores Compact Touring Series and Midwest Modifieds Tour alongside the CRA Street Stocks.

As part of that agreement, the highly anticipated Short Track U.S. Nationals: The Last Lap on April 6 at Bristol Motor Speedway will be available to RacingAmerica.TV subscribers as well. More than 235 entries have already been filed for the event across three divisions, with a waitlist of more than 100 competitors already hoping to receive an invitation.

“Thanks again to Racing America for their support of short track racing,” commented Bob Sargent, President of Track Enterprises. “Race fans who cannot get out to the tracks to see these great events are lucky to have a platform like Racing America…which allows them to enjoy the action from the comfort of their homes.”

“We are extremely happy to announce our continued partnership with Bob Sargent, Tim Bryant and Track Enterprises,” said Colin Smith, president of Racing America. “We have been in business a long time with Bob, and we are pleased to be able to bring another 50 of their races to all Racing America subscribers for another year.”

Other notable events in the agreement include the Deep South Crane Blizzard Series at Five Flags Speedway beginning with round two on April 26, the entirety of CRA’s Five Crown Championship for CRA Street Stocks, the North/South Super Late Model Challenge at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on July 13, and the Friday and Saturday portions of Winchester 400 weekend at Winchester Speedway.

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