The Must See Racing national television programming, with veteran and award winning announcers Rick Benjamin, Tom Bigelow and Dave Argabright, is in place for the upcoming 2013 season featuring ten televised events with outstanding primetime broadcast across the country.
Fans can look forward to the same high quality HD national television programming that MSR has presented for the last three years available to over 90 million households across America. The tape delayed programs will begin airing in June.
Starting the season in March at the Royal Oak Southern Shootout at Five Flags and Mobile Speedways with 29 of the best drivers and teams from across the country and Canada has already started the buzz and anticipation about this season's coveted MSR championship and points chase battle.
A new addition for 2013 to the popular MSR national television programming is a Must See Racing and XSAN agreement to produce live high quality Internet broadcasts using the most current cutting-edge technology.
This addition to the MSR racing entertainment formatting places Must See Racing as the first short track open wheel series to showcase the racing action and first class talented drivers and teams on national television, live Internet, Video on Demand and on hand-held devices.
The Xtreme Speed Challenge from Winchester Speedway plus the Supermodified 50, the annual Must See 60 and legendary Pay Less Little 500 from Anderson Speedway will be broadcast live on XSAN. The coverage will include a full week of live broadcasts, on demand segments, a massive social media promotion, and concluding with the Super Bowl of pavement sprint car racing, the 65th running of the Pay Less Little 500.
The events will also be broadcast tape delayed, on the Must See Racing television distribution network.
The spectacular week begins at Winchester Speedway in Winchester, Indiana, on May 19, 2013, with the Xtreme Speed Challenge combined show featuring both the MSR TruFuel Xtreme Sprint Series and the high flying Must See Racing Supermodifieds. The series then moves west to Anderson Speedway in Anderson, Indiana, where the wheel to wheel racing cranks up again on Monday, May 20, for the MSR Supermodified 50 and the popular Must See 60 on Wednesday May 22nd.
The week of racing concludes with what many fans call the most entertaining race in the world, the 65th Annual Pay Less Little 500 on Saturday May 25.
The racing is sure to be fast and furious with the special Must See Racing “Triple Crown” $50,000 bonus going to the race team that can win the Winchester winged sprint feature, the MSR 60 winged sprint feature and the iconic Pay Less Little 500.
In addition, XSAN will provide unprecedented coverage of the entire week including practice, behind-the-scenes, race highlights, and more on the company's YouTube page, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. All can be found under the username XSANTV.
The Must See Racing May 19, 20, and 22 events are available for purchase and viewing with an XSAN Subscription at $19.95 Per Day. The 65th Annual Pay Less Little 500 on May 25 will be available as a standalone special Pay Per View event and will cost $35.00 to view live.
A special “TRIPLE CROWN” viewing package is also available.
Visit mustseeracing.com for upcoming television distribution and schedule announcements including information on how to view the MSR programming.