Somerton, AZ — (November 10, 2014) — RacinBoys will broadcast live Pay-Per-View video of the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour season finale this weekend at Cocopah Speedway.
The price for the Cocopah Cup Challenge is only $34.99 for both nights ($29.99 for premium RacinBoys members) or $22.99 each night ($17.99 for premium RacinBoys members) on Friday and Saturday.
To purchase, click the top banner on the RacinBoys website – http://www.RacinBoys.com – and register as a new member if you haven’t done so from this year’s previous PPV events. There is no membership charge required to purchase RacinBoys live PPV webcasts.
Additionally, RacinBoys will host a free video broadcast special previewing the doubleheader on Thursday at 7 p.m. local (9 p.m. Eastern) from the Cocopah Wild River Entertainment Center. The video link can be found on the home page of the RacinBoys website.
Scott Traylor anchors the webcasts for RacinBoys TV with Bryan Hulbert, the voice of the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, calling the action. Scotty Cook will report from the pits and Victory Lane.
Season-long coverage of the Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Series on RacinBoys is brought to you by Lucas Oil Products and MAVTV American Real. The presenting sponsor is McCarthy Auto Group and Victory Lane interviews are brought to you by SpeedMart.
Also sponsoring season-long coverage of the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour on RacinBoys TV are Rod End Supply, ButlerBuilt Professional Seat Systems, Oilfield Equipment & Manufacturing, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum, Knoxville Raceway, Devil’s Bowl Speedway, Lawton Speedway, Flat Out Magazine and Griffith Truck & Equipment.
In addition, Covington Motorsports has come on board as a partner for this weekend’s broadcast.
Brad Loyet leads the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour championship standings entering the final two races. However, Jeff Swindell, Johnny Herrera, Jason Johnson and Sam Hafertepe Jr. are all within 68 points.
Johnson swept all four Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour races at Cocopah Speedway last season. Rico Abreu won the two previous races at the 3/8-mile track earlier this season.
For those seeking to buy a present for a racing fan during the holiday season, the opportunity to purchase live Pay-Per-View video of the Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout – Dec. 31, 2014, to Jan. 3, 2015 – and the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals – Jan. 13-17, 2015 – are now available at http://www.racinboys.com/broadcast-schedule/ . Premium member discounts are applicable for both events.