CHILLICOTHE, Ohio — Indiana-based ISC Sports Network and the Ohio-based Rick’s Truck and Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series announced a partnership that brings each of the 19 BOSS Sprint Car events to the ISC Sports Network.
The ISC Sports Network features select state wide programming from several different sources around the Hoosier state. All 19 BOSS races will be aired the following Monday morning after a race weekend. Races are also available to watch on demand online at ISCSportsNetwork.com or by downloading the ISC Sports Network app, which is now available on Apple and Android.
Founded in 2011 by Aaron Fry, the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series, now backed by Ohio based trucking company Rick’s Truck and Equipment, aimed to be the last true outlaws of racing. The series utilizes 410 non-winged sprint cars at every event.
Theseason features 19 races in Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Now, with the partnership between ISC Sports Network and the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series race fans from around the world can watch BOSS action on their phone, laptop or from the comfort of their home on TV for race fans in Indiana.
The ISC Sports Network partnership enables the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series to expand its media footprint and allow more exposure of the series to racing fans around the world.
BOSS Series Founder/Owner Aaron Fry is excited about the partnership.
“In the short history of the BOSS series, we have developed a competitive series with big car counts,” he said. “I’m excited that we can now share this with a much bigger audience world wide”
All 19 BOSS events will feature a true television production from Southeastern Indiana based ETC Sports producing the content and BOSS announcer Ryan Kent Jr. as the television voice of the series .
Along with full program video being available to fans the Monday morning after the events, fans can now watch A-Main highlights on the BOSS YouTube page along with other driver-based content about the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series.
“This exciting opportunity is a step in the right direction for everyone involved” said BOSS Series Owner/Founder Aaron Fry. “The BOSS tour has been built with the help of many fine sponsors and race teams. This will give them much needed exposure and reward them as well as helping the tour to grow as well.”