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BRP Modified Tour Broadcast Return To The Dirt Track Channel, TV Broadcast Plans Announced

For Immediate Release

February 12, 2016
The ground-pounding excitement of big-block modified racing in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio got a long overdue boost for their future today.

Shawn Wood, President of Shawn Wood Productions, the rights holder to The Dirt Track Channel ( web site has announced that the BRP Modified Tour race broadcast are returning to the web site for the 2016 season while unveiling future television plans for the Tour races.

“The history of modified racing in the region is tremendous and we want to see it continue for a long time along with helping it to grow,” Wood said. “It is great to be back and working with the staff and drivers’ of the BRP Modified Tour and we’re looking forward to the season ahead.”

As for the television broadcast, Wood noted the ultimate goal is for every race to air on television. Included in the future broadcast package will be a one-hour pre-season special and a one-hour end-of-the-season special.

“We have some nice options for our broadcast to air on TV which will gain exposure for the Tour, its drivers and the tracks on a global basis,” Wood said.

Last year, Rex King, Sr., of Bristoville, Ohio, won his sixth title by 21 points over Dave Murdick, whose father Carl retired from the sport after racing for 55 years.

Additional details on the race broadcast will be announced in the future.

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The Dirt Track Channel Debuts Its Streaming Video Broadcast With The 39th annual Belleville Midget Nationals

Additional video broadcast from Belleville planned for the future

For Immediate Release
Contact: Shawn T. Wood

February 11, 2016

LOST CREEK, Pa. -- The Dirt Track ( will broadcast its first-ever live, multi-camera, high-definition video broadcast from The Belleville High Banks on August 5 and 6 for the 39th annual Belleville Midget Nationals.

The Dirt Track Channel was the first-ever web site ever to stream audio from the Midget Nationals in 2003. It also broadcast the record-setting event in 2012 when Jerry Coons, Jr., became the first-ever three-time winner of the event.

“It has been a long-time coming, but we are really looking forward to doing our first-ever video stream and we couldn’t be more happy than to make it happen at Belleville,” Shaw Wood, President of Shawn Wood Productions said. “We look forward to working with the Belleville High Banks Race Committee as we expand our broadcast schedule in the coming years at the track.”

Bryan Clauson, of Noblesville, Ind., won the 38th Belleville Midget Nationals last year, joining Coons as the only two drivers' to win the race three times. Rico Abreu, the two-time defending winner of the Chili Bowl, won last year’s preliminary feature.

Details about the pay-per-view broadcast will be released at a later date.

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