Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville ARCA Event To Re-Air On MavTV

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Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville ARCA Event To Re-Air On MavTV

                For fans who didn’t get a chance to attend the Troop Aid 200 presented by Federated Car Care and Crosley Brands at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville or those who would like to watch it again, you will have the opportunity this week.  The 3rd event on the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule saw point leader Grant Enfinger, along with Matt Tifft, Michael Lira, Kyle Weatherman, Josh Williams, and Austin Wayne Self battle it out with Nashville locals Bobby Hamilton, Jr. and Clay Greenfield.

Mav_TV_logoThe 200 lap affair will air on MavTV this coming Thursday night, April 23 twice, once at 7 PM ET and again at 10:00 PM ET.  Then on Saturday, April 25, the race will have a final showing at 3:00 PM ET.  The knowledgeable crew of Charles Krall and Tim Clagg call the action from the booth, while Kristen Beat reports from the pits.

MavTV can be seen on DirectTV channel 214 and on Dish at channel 248.  It is also available on most other major suppliers including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, and Charter.  Check your local listings for channel information regarding MavTV.

Track Enterprises, the promotion company for the event, has three other ARCA sanctioned events in 2015, two of which already have live broadcasts scheduled.  Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 1 and the Illinois State Fairgrounds event will be on the CBS Sports Network.  The DuQuoin State Fairgrounds event is the final of the three Track Enterprise events this season.

For more info on Track Enterprises and its vast schedule of big events including ARCA, USAC, CRA, UMP, POWRi, Lucas Oil Late Models, and more, visit trackenterprises.com.  For information on the TV motorsports schedule, visit MavTV.com.

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