Full SPEED Ahead for WSORR TV Schedule TINLEY PARK, Ill.-- SPEED Channel has announced the air schedule for the entire 2007 Lucas Oil World Series of Off Road Racing (WSORR) television series. WSORR has garnered a much coveted and exclusive ...
Full SPEED Ahead for WSORR TV Schedule
TINLEY PARK, Ill.-- SPEED Channel has announced the air schedule for the entire 2007 Lucas Oil World Series of Off Road Racing (WSORR) television series. WSORR has garnered a much coveted and exclusive weekend 3 p.m. EST time slot that will hold for the duration of the series.Television episodes begin airing on Saturday, November 3, 2007 with explosive Round I action from Owatonna, Minn. Every single show -- 18 episodes in all -- will be broadcast on Saturday's in the
3 p.m. prime time sports programming slot.NeWave Television Productions has produced over 300 television programs for SPEED and is proud to include the Lucas Oil World Series of Off-Road Racing into their stable of action-packed, race results programming. "The air dates and time is exceptional," stated Steve Grein, Executive Producer for NeWave Television Productions. "With consistent air time and dates, viewers will easily be able to tune in and watch this exciting racing. WSORR's exclusive prime-time sports slot is the fast track to deliver the ratings that sponsors and racers need and want," he said.
The goal at the onset of this series was to bring the viewers, drivers, sponsors and teams a television package that was attractive to die-hard fans and newcomers to short course off-road racing."There is no question that Lucas Oil Products and NeWave Television Productions have approached the Series programming with a fresh perspective and have delivered," said Harold "Gus" Frank, chairman, Forest County Potawatomi. "As a key World Series sponsor, our number one priority was to have all races shown at the same day and time, week after week. We believe this is the best way to build interest and generate larger and larger viewing audiences," said Frank.
"SPEED Channel is the true motorsports network," said Grein. "The heart of their audience consists of race fans and we are fully confident that WSORR will be attracting a new generation of fans," he said. "Tell your friends, tell race fans now: Tune in to SPEED at 3 p.m. every Saturday this coming November and beyond," he said.
With only a handful of rounds of racing remaining on WSORR's Tour 2007, Lucas Oil Products and NeWave Television Productions are already looking forward to 2008.