SpeedVideo To Live Broadcast U.S. Street Nationals & Snowbirds


Two of the most prestigious drag races in America are the Snowbird Outlaw Nationals, and the U.S. Street Nationals from Bradenton Motorsports Park near Tampa, Florida. These events at BMP always have big car counts, and help kick off the racing season for many racers. Both of these events just got supercharged, as SpeedVideo.com will now be streaming them live and in “HD” with studio-quality audio for 2016 and beyond.


Numerous teams already have each of these exciting races circled on their calendars each year as great opportunities to test, when many other facilities are already closed for the season. “The Snowbird Outlaw Nationals with its over 30 year tradition, and the U.S. Street Nationals with its over 10 year tradition of kicking off the year for outlaw drag racing in the United States are perfect fits for the premier quality of Speedvideo.com,” says Bradenton Motorsports Park’s Alan Chervitz. “Both events are known for monster fields in Pro Mod and small-tire radial classes.”



For all the drag racing fanatics who can’t make the trip to sunny Florida, Speedvideo.com will be broadcasting the Snowbird Outlaw Nationals, December 2-4, 2016, and then will be back at BMP in late January 2017 to broadcast the U.S. Street Nationals. Both of these events will be aired in HD and will have amazing studio-quality audio as part of the broadcast.



The reach from this partnership is something that Chervitz is really looking forward to for these races. “We’ve experienced success with live broadcasting our events already, and we feel that this relationship with SpeedVideo.com will help take our events promotion and picture quality to the next level,” Chervitz says.

You can experience all the killer drag racing action in-person at BMP, or watch it online in HD at SpeedVideo.com. For more event information make sure to visit www.bradentonmotorsports.com, and stay tuned to Dragzine.com for more news about these great events.

About the author

Brian Wagner

Spending his childhood at different race tracks around Ohio with his family’s 1967 Nova, Brian developed a true love for drag racing. When Brian is not writing, you can find him at the track as a crew chief, doing freelance photography, or beating on his nitrous-fed 2000 Trans Am.
Read My Articles

Hot Rods and Muscle Cars in your inbox.

Build your own custom newsletter with the content you love from Street Muscle, directly to your inbox, absolutely FREE!

Free WordPress Themes

We will safeguard your e-mail and only send content you request.