CORONA, Calif. – On the heels of its most successful year of growth to-date, Lucas Oil Racing TV is ready for even greater expansion during the upcoming season, with a dynamic collection of motorsports.
Lucas Oil Racing TV serves as a one-stop shop for racing disciplines of all kinds, and has seen exceptional growth since it was introduced in 2016, with an average audience increase of 37% year over year.
With 90 different show categories available on Lucas Oil Racing TV, users have on-demand access to more than 4,500 shows that cover an array of racing disciplines, including circle track, drag racing, tractor pulling, motocross, motorcycles and ATVs, off-road and road course racing, watercraft and more.
This collection of content provides a platform that can fulfill the needs of any racing enthusiast, and the hallmark of Lucas Oil Racing TV centers around its hundreds of hours of live streaming coverage across a multitude of regional and national racing series.
This season on Lucas Oil Racing TV has already provided its dedicated and passionate audience with a slew of exceptional racing, and that trend will continue with action from the ARCA Menards Series, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, the SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour Series and the Spears Manufacturing SRL Modified Series presented by Lucas Oil.
The ARCA Menards Series recently made the journey to the Florida panhandle for its second race of the year at Pensacola’s Five Flags Speedway. Michael Self of Venturini Motorsports left Pensacola with the victory in the 200-lap short track event.
This weekend, the world’s premier short course off-road racing championship will bring some winter heat to Southern California as the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series hosts its opening round of the season from San Bernardino’s famed Glen Helen Raceway.
Reigning Pro 2 champion Rob MacCachren and Pro 4 champion RJ Anderson will lead the most talented off-road racers on the planet into the General Tire SoCal Shootout on Saturday with a nighttime showcase of bumping, banging and action under the lights.
Coverage on Lucas Oil Racing TV begins at 10 p.m. ET.
The month of March concludes with an SRL doubleheader from Irwindale Speedway in Southern California. This highly competitive regional series has been the proving ground for some of NASCAR’s biggest names, like Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick, Ron Hornaday Jr. and Matt Crafton.
On March 23, the RJ Allen Inc. 100 will mark the second race of the season for both the SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour Series and Spears Manufacturing SRL Modified Series. The Southwest Tour will go door-to-door over the course of two 50-lap segments, while the Modified Series will bang wheels for a pair of 40-lap segments.
All the drama will unfold on Lucas Oil Racing TV starting at 10 p.m. ET.
Both returning and new subscribers can log directly onto LucasOilRacing.TV and watch the action from the convenience of their browser.
Additionally, Lucas Oil Racing TV is available on streaming devices including Roku, Apple iOS, Android devices, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Google Play and Xbox One.