Up Next

Schedule TBA

Latest Results

Vado Speedway Park11/18/2023NMMRA Sprints
Full Results

Point Standings

NMMRA-New Mexico Motor Racing Association Scheduleas of 11/18/2023
Full Points


POWRi TV Launches Live-Streaming Service ahead of 2020 season.

POWRi TV Launches Live-Streaming Service ahead of 2020 season.

Belleville, IL. (3/14/2020) With the partnership agreement between POWRi and The SPEED SPORT Network, now comes a brand new streaming service in POWRi TV. Race fans can now enjoy all the action on the track that POWRi offers with the digital media content and technical support SPEED SPORT guarantees. Ready to be accessed at www.powri.tv as well as a standalone app, to be released subsequently, catch all the racing action POWRi TV offers.

Dedicating production support to cover POWRi Leagues ranging from The POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League to the newly sanctioned POWRi Quarter Midget Series, and everything in between. POWRi TV will start the season with a dedicated app that will be available on Roku, Amazon Fire, Android and iOS.

An all-star team has been assembled to handle all the behind the scenes effort with Ryan Bowling and Heather Stasa titled with the Co-Producer/Director roles, leading through a combined twenty-year experience of media teamwork and a shared vision of presenting the best show possible for viewers. Bowling founded Dirt2Media, a SPEED SPORT Network affiliate covering grassroots racing, which in only the first year covers four weekly tracks in Indiana as well as live broadcasts at major events throughout Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee.

Heather Stasa, who has produced some of the most prestigious open-wheel events in the country, stressed a similar mind mentality going into the season. Adding that “There is no ‘I’ in the industry, it definitely takes a team to put on the best broadcast for the fans. With the SPEED SPORT and POWRi partnership, it’s definitely going to be an amazing year and I am excited with the team of people we have put together.”

Another key member of the POWRi TV team includes longtime official POWRi videographer Jimmy Miller continuing the behind the camera duties, bringing viewers the ideal racing action just as he has for the previous seven seasons. Aside from shooting video at the historic Knoxville Raceway, The Chili Bowl Nationals, as well as other notable venues, Miller has also contributed to the over 170 features that will soon be available on-demand on POWRi.TV. “Continuing to grow POWRi TV from the original inception in 2018 to today is special, I personally just want to bring the best live streaming service to the fans, with quality content at the forefront” Miller stated.

Race-Fans can now log in and explore all that www.powri.tv has to offer, with a monthly live-streaming option of $34.99 or a yearly rate available. Can’t catch the event live? POWRi TV has you covered with Video-On-Demand options that are included; keeping with the industry standard all the great POWRi racing content will be in High Definition.

Beginning at the Seventh Annual Turnpike Challenge presented by Super Clean in March. Riivet founder and the SPEED SPORT Network’s driving force Chris Graner will be working closely with POWRi officials as technical support to assure a successful launch that delivers the best content available for the sanctioning body, its competitors, and fans alike. POWRi TV producer Bowling noted that “Through this affiliation came the opportunity to jump on board with POWRi TV and I’ve never been more excited about an opportunity. Kenny has built a tremendous brand with POWRi and cannot wait to contribute to its growth moving forward.”

For further information and all League schedules, visit www.powri.com, “Like” POWRi on Facebook and follow @POWRi_Racing on Twitter.

For Full-Season streaming dates as well as Video-On-Demand, visit www.powri.tv, “Like” on Facebook, and follow along on Twitter @POWRiTV.

Forgot Password?