Cedar Lake Speedway
DirtonDirt.com going live again at Cedar Lake
NEW RICHMOND, Wis. — For the second straight season, DirtonDirt.com is making big plans to bring Dirt Late Model fans an exclusive live production of the three-day USA Nationals at Cedar Lake Speedway. Exciting lap-by-lap action, compelling interviews and a daily pre-race show are all part of the coverage from one of Dirt Late Model racing's richest weekends on Aug. 4-6, 2011.
"The USA Nationals continues to improve and innovate over the years, and 2011 welcomes the return of the World of Outlaws Late Models and DirtonDirt's pay-per-view coverage to the event," said Jamie Nutzmann, race director at the 3/8-mile western Wisconsin oval that hosts the $50,000-to-win event. "We get the fact that we are outside the Late Model sweet spot geographically, but the racing up here is so good and it's shame everyone can't enjoy it.
"DirtonDirt's coverage is a great opportunity for us to share our great facility and racing with as many fans as possible. The hope is if a fan likes what they see they may decide to visit us next year. Fans who subscribed to the pay-per-view last year enjoyed great interviews, in-depth race analysis and spectacular racing action from multiple angles."
DirtonDirt.com's production promises coverage of a live Dirt Late Model event like none other with a variety of camera views, knowledgable analysts and behind-the-scenes info from the track and the pits at Cedar Lake. Details of the production, including pay-per-view pricing, will be announced soon. DirtonDirt.com subscribers are assured a discount for the live netcast.
The pay-per-view production is provided by an experienced team assembled by DirtonDirt.com and includes complete coverage of the $5,000-to-win Dart Corn Belt Clash event on Aug. 4 and the $50,000-to-win World of Outlaws-sanctioned USA Nationals on Aug. 5-6.
"The ownership group at Cedar Lake has always looked for ways to make racing at Cedar Lake more than just a race. We like to make all our specials an event, a reason to keep coming back," Nutzmann added. "DirtonDirt's involvement the past couple years has helped do just that. We are looking forward to August already and have begun plans to make this year's event the biggest yet."