Southern Super Series return to Nashville added to Pay-Per-View Offer

Southern Super Series return to Nashville added to Pay-Per-View Offer

(TOLEDO, Ohio – April 2, 2015) – Officials from the Automobile Racing Club of America announced today that the first-ever live, online broadcast of an ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards event will also include live, flag-to-flag coverage of the Southern Super Series 100 lap super late model event.

The Saturday night, April 11 on-line broadcast from Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville will be available to fans on a pay-per-view basis at, featuring the Federated Car Care 100 Southern Super Series race at 6 p.m. and the “Troop Aid 200” ARCA Racing Series event at 8 p.m. CT. In all, 300 laps of racing will be included in the programming.

“The ability to add the Southern Super Series Super Late Model event to the on-line broadcast is a win-win for everyone,” commented Mark Gundrum, Vice President of Business Development and Corporate Partnership for ARCA. “The fans win, as they now get two races for one price; and the race teams and their sponsors win with added coverage and exposure.”

The live online broadcast of the Troop Aid 200 will be the first fully-produced race event streamed on the ARCA website. The sanctioning body has previously aired streaming video from events, but never a fully produced program, complete with graphics, live “play-by-play” and color commentary.

Fans will be able to place orders for the pay-per-view programming beginning on Monday, April 6 at 9 a.m. ET. The broadcast will be available for $29.95.

The Troop Aid 200 will be ARCA’s first race at the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville since 1992 and will be the third race of the national touring series’ 20-race season.

The Southern Super Series Super Late Models will be making their only appearance at the Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville this season in the Federated Car Care 100 presented by Crane Cams & Crosley Brands.


For more than 60 years the ARCA Racing Series presented Menards has offered race fans a diverse brand of stock car racing on short tracks, dirt tracks, road courses and superspeedways. Founded by John and Mildred Marcum, the ARCA Racing Series is a destination for professional race drivers and a developmental series which transitions and prepares drivers for the advancement of their careers into the highest levels of the sport. 

Brandon S.

Guys remember that to attend the race is atleast $25 and may be $30 on racraceday. So the paperview costs one general admission ticket gIve or take and you can have as many people over as you like.

Remember Nashville needs to be able to sale tickets too and not be under cut by a cheap payperview that makes everyone stay home.

Robert s.

Why doesn't anyone understand, sell more tickets for less, then selling less tickets for more. $30 is ridiculous.

Steve Scott

I look at it like this.

$15.00 per-race !!  Both series highly competitive, & don't have to travel 300 miles

from Mobile !!  I paid to watch the MOBILE ARCA-200 & I live a half-mile from the track !!

ARCA is bringing "real racing" back..... OTOH;... pay for NASCAR ??  NO WAY !!

Teresa Rush

$30? Out of my budget. 

7212 club

$30 for a streaming ARCA race? If its anything like the streaming audio events... still pondering.


Ever since ARCA Moved the champnship race from TOLEDO,OHIO  ( THE HOME OF ARCA) To KANSAS I HAVE LOST FAITH IN ARCA. I would not be paying $ 29.95 to watch it.

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