ROSSBURG, Ohio — A live pay-per-view broadcast of the 20th running of the Dirt Late Model Dream presented by Ferris Mowers June 5-7 at Eldora Speedway will be available to fans on both EldoraSpeedway.com and DirtonDirt.com, marking the first-time the famed speedway and popular website have joined forces.
Fans unable to attend the blockbuster three-day event in person can still watch all of the action live online at EldoraSpeedway.com or DirtonDirt.com by purchasing a pay-per-view package for each night of competition. The coverage includes two complete racing programs on June 5, headlined by a pair of 25-lap, $2,500-to-win features; two more full racing cards on June 6, topped by twin 25-lap features paying $5,000 to win; and the grand finale on June 7, featuring heats, consolations and the prestigious 100-lap Dirt Late Model Dream paying $100,000 to win.
Eldora Speedway’s Manager of Promotions and News Media, Jonathan Bateman, and DirtonDirt.com’s co-founder, Michael Rigsby, will oversee a specially-assembled production team that brings extensive broadcast and video experience to the project. Veteran motorsports cameraman Greg Stephens will direct the multi-camera coverage featuring noted Dirt Late Model videographers Steve Gigeous, Will Gigeous, Webb Dillard and Derek Kessinger and assistance from others.
Announcers Dustin Jarrett, James Essex, Shane Andrews and Ben Shelton will call the action on the broadcasts, providing fans lap-by-lap commentary and in-depth interviews with participants throughout each race night.