Race of Champions
RACING AMERICA, RACE OF CHAMPIONS REACH MULTI-YEAR BROADCAST AGREEMENT
Racing America has reached a multi-year broadcasting agreement with Race of Champions (ROC), bringing the entirety of the series’ 2024 schedule to RacingAmerica.TV.
The Race of Champions Asphalt Modified Tour began in 1994 and has been a staple across the northeast ever since. Zane Zeiner won the series championship in 2023, with one win and nine top-five finishes in 11 races. The Race of Champions Family of Series also includes Sportsman Modifieds, Super Stocks, Late Models, the FOAR Score Four Cylinder Dash Series, 602 Sportsman Modifieds, Street Stocks and 602 Dirt Sportsman.
"This is a great step for our Series,” said Joe Skotnicki, Race of Champions. “Racing America is one of the top streaming brands in our business. We are proud to partner with Racing America and look forward to a long term rewarding partnership. This partnership enables to provide a greater value for our subscribers from our previous ‘per event’ payment to one payment, which saves every subscriber a great deal of money to watch all of our events over the course of the entire year.”
“We cannot express how excited the team at Racing America is to offer the Race of Champions Tour across our platform in 2024 and beyond,” said Colin Smith, President of Racing America. “This is a massive addition to our growing asphalt lineup, and we look forward to complementing our live streams with new and comprehensive editorial coverage for the series throughout the season.”
All ROC events aside from the Race of Champions 250 will be available to RacingAmerica.TV subscribers, adding to their impressive slate of broadcasts during the 2024 season. Nearly 30 events dot the ROC calendar for 2024, starting on April 13 with the Race of Champions at Lake Erie Speedway.
The Race of Champions, which will be available on pay-per-view, is one of the most historic and prestigious events in all of racing. Billed as the second-longest consecutive auto racing event in North America, the first Race of Champions took place in 1951 at the fabled Langhorne Speedway.
Past winners of the event include some of the all-time greats in Modified racing, including Ray Hendrick, Richie Evans, Geoff and Brett Bodine, Jimmy Spencer, Mike Stefanik and many others. Matt Hirschman leads the event’s history in total wins with eight, including six consecutive wins between 2015 and 2020.
The 2024 edition of the Race of Champions 250 at Lake Erie Speedway will also appear on the newest season of MAVTV’s Short Track America. Short Track America spotlights some of the biggest grassroots racing events each year, and the Race of Champions will be part of that lineup in 2024.
Replays of select Race of Champions events throughout the season will also appear on the Racing America 24/7 Free Streaming Channel. The Racing America 24/7 Channel appears on a growing number of streaming platforms, including Sling Freestream, Tubi, FuboTV, Vizio WatchFree+, LG Channels, TCL, Plex, Xumo, STIRR, and Sports.TV. Additional streaming services and devices are being added in the future.
The Race of Champions is a sanctioning body presenting Modified and Stock Car racing on asphalt and dirt surfaces throughout the Northeast, with events in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey with primary marketing partners Hoosier Racing Tire, VP Racing Fuels, Lucas Oil Products, MAVTV, MAVTV Plus, Airport Collision, Rocket Performance, Waddell Communications, Image X Design, Sherwood Racing Wheels, DirtTrackDigest.com and Speed Sport. The 72nd and 73rd t annual Race of Champions weekend will take place in 2023 at Lake Erie Speedway in North East, Pennsylvania and is the second longest consecutive auto-racing event in North America, second only to the Indianapolis 500.Back to News