Second Half of Tulsa Shootout Kicks Off Friday With RacinBoys Pay-Per-View

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TULSA, Okla. (Jan. 3, 2014) – The 29th annual Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout has reached the midpoint with two more exciting days remaining at Tulsa Expo Raceway.


RacinBoys, with partners including Speedway Motors and Eagle Motorsports, has broadcast the premier micro sprint event with live Pay-Per-View since the first green flag and will continue the programming on Friday when the action is scheduled to start at approximately 9 a.m. (CST).


Through the first two days of competition, 133 heat races and qualifiers have been contended for the 921 entrants (513 drivers) from 24 states and three Canadian provinces. California drivers Giovanni Scelzi and Austin Stone each have four wins throughout multiple classes as 22 drivers have recorded at least two victories during heat race and/or qualifier action.


Three classes already have the main event polesitter determined with Jonathan Beason starting on the pole for the nonwing outlaw A Main, Mitchell Faccinto on the pole for the “A” class A Main and T.J. Worcester starts on the inside of the front row for the 1200cc mini sprints A Main – all contested on Saturday.


Live video can be purchased at for only $15 on Friday and $20 on Saturday.


Fans can also be treated to a Pay-Per-View broadcast via RacinBoys from the 28th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire from Jan. 14-18. The entire week will be live until MAVTV starts its broadcast during the finale on Jan. 18.




Fans who are new to RacinBoys will need to create a free membership on the RacinBoys website to purchase any PPV options. After logging in, visit for the four-day Tulsa Shootout package of live video for $54.99. Individual days can be purchased for $15 each for Jan. 1-3 and $20 for the finale on Jan. 4.




The 29th edition of the Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout showcases more than 900 entries to the Tulsa Expo Raceway in Tulsa, Okla., Wednesday through Saturday, Jan. 1-4. Classes include 600cc winged outlaw micro sprints, 600cc nonwinged outlaw micro sprints, “A” class, nonwing, restricted “A” class, JR sprint, ECOtec Chevy-RRE-SET Racing and ECOtec Ford Focus, and 1200cc mini sprints. For more information about the event, visit




RacinBoys is in its sixth year of broadcasting the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour events and its ninth for the prestigious Chili Bowl. In 2012, RacinBoys began offering Pay-Per-View for special races and will continue to expand that segment in 2014. For more information, visit




Located in Lincoln, Neb., Speedway Motors is America’s Oldest Speed Shop® and has been a trusted source for high-performance parts for hot rods and racing for over 60 years. Founded in 1952 by “Speedy” Bill Smith – a racer and street rodder himself – Speedway Motors has grown from a one-man operation to become the world’s largest manufacturer, distributor and retailer of street rod and racing products. Its industry-leading fast delivery is the result of same-day shipping from a state-of-the-art, centrally located 500,000 sq. ft. headquarters. Speedway Motors size offers customers unmatched product selection and low pricing, while its excellent technical support and customer service have made it a recognized leader in the rodding and racing industries. For more information, visit




Eagle Motorsports is a leading developer of open-wheel racing technology with countless wins in sprints, midgets and micros. Providing racers with the best quality products, backed by its long-standing dedication to safety and an enduring commitment to customers service, the Eagle Motorsports team of industry professionals stands ready to assist in your racing and fabrication goals through unmatched service and support. For more information, visit