SpeedVideo and Haltech World Cup Finals have officially extended their live broadcast agreement for the next three years.
The Import vs. Domestic: Haltech World Cup Finals event is one of the largest of its kind in the nation, taking place at the Maryland International Raceway. With SpeedVideo, drag racing fans all over the world can enjoy the event.
“Miller Brothers Productions’ commitment to pitting some of the fastest domestics against some of the fastest imports in the world makes this a must see event,” said Tom Bobolts, SpeedVideo general manager. “We couldn’t be happier to be working with them for the next three years, and we’re excited to bring the action LIVE to the entire world. We’ve got some great new things planned for this event this year that should make it the most exciting broadcast of the WCF yet.”
Over the course of the past couple of years, the partnership has proven more than successful, racking up astronomical views on SpeedVideo.com as well as leading social media platforms.
“We have been extremely pleased with the live coverage SpeedVideo has produced for the Haltech World Cup Finals and look forward to continuing our relationship in the future,” said Jason Miller, event promoter. “For this year’s WCF event, we have added a second manned scaffold right beside the quarter-mile stripe so cameras can pan the action all the way to the finish line! Miller Brothers Productions and SpeedVideo.com are going to offer our fans live coverage that will take our broadcast and event to the next level!”
View the schedule of upcoming live streams as well as past events from the World Cup Finals, and more, on SpeedVideo.com.
Find out more information about the Haltech World Cup Finals at importvsdomestic.com.