Streamed Non-Winged Special Igniting MSR Season

Streaned Non-Wing Special
Lucas Oil Raceway will host Must See Racing non-winged sprint cars on Saturday. (Tanner Watkins photo)

CLERMONT, Ind. – The Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro will break new ground for its asphalt sprint car series during Saturday’s Indy Summer Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway.

For the first time, fans who are unable to attend the event will be able to watch a full-scale live stream of the event as a pay-per-view through SPEED SPORT Network affiliate Must See Racing TV.

The event will feature the return of non-winged sprint cars to LOR for the first time in nearly nine seasons. The current expected entry list for the Must See Racing non-winged event currently stands at more than 30 cars.

Saturday’s entry pool is headlined by standout drivers like open-wheel ace Bobby Santos III, multi-time Little 500 winner Kody Swanson, Tyler Roahrig, Dakoda Armstrong, Caleb Armstrong, Jimmy McCune, Chris Neuenschwander, Kyle O’Gara and Brian Gerster.

The Midwest Supermodified Series and Midwest Compact Touring Series Presented by Rev-X Oil will also be competing in the blockbuster event.

Tom Bigelow, the 1978 USAC national sprint car champion, will serve as grand marshal.

There are nearly 20 MSS supermodifieds currently entered, including Otto Sitterly, Bobby Santos III, Greg Furlong, Mike McVetta, and Trent Stephens, among others.

The Must See Racing TV production will feature an all-star cast and deliver high-quality content into the homes of those not able to attend the event in person, particularly Canadian race fans, who cannot attend due to the still-closed US-Canadian border.

Derek Pernesiglio and Jacob Seelman will handle co-announcing duties, while Michael McIntyre of Road Trip Productions serves as the on-site technical director.

The event is scheduled to go live at 3 p.m. ET and will cover everything from hot laps, qualifying and heat races through feature events.

Officials do not plan to have any downtime during the telecast and will keep viewers updated with news and interviews when there is no live action on the track.

Pay-per-view passes are just $25 and can be purchased through