Fayetteville, GA -- United Speed Alliance Racing releases its Speedvision broadcast schedule for all 30 races of the 2001 USAR Hooters ProCup Series. Speedvision will air each race on Thursday nights at 9 p.m. (EST) and will re-air at 1 a.m....
Fayetteville, GA -- United Speed Alliance Racing releases its Speedvision broadcast schedule for all 30 races of the 2001 USAR Hooters ProCup Series. Speedvision will air each race on Thursday nights at 9 p.m. (EST) and will re-air at 1 a.m. (EST) to give coast-to-coast prime-time airings. Each race will be televised in a two-hour, tape-delayed format. The races will also be aired the next day at noon (EST), which will be broadcast at many Hooters locations throughout the United States.
"We are very happy to continue our partnership with Speedvision for the Hooters ProCup Series," said USAR President Gene Cox. "Speedvision is the premiere motorsports channel in North America and we are honored they have chosen to air our races for the third consecutive year."
Speedvision reached more than 36 million households in 2000 and expects to increase proportionally during 2001. This will give the Hooters ProCup Series its most visible airing schedule in its history.
The Hooters ProCup Series will visit 23 tracks across 13 states and Canada this season. The series will return to familiar sites on its southern schedule: USA International Speedway for three races; Myrtle Beach Speedway and Hickory Motor Speedway will each host two races in 2001.
The northern division will feature three events at Jennerstown Speedway, one race each at Indianapolis Raceway Park, Chicago Motor Speedway, Winchester Speedway, Louisville Motor Speedway, Illiana Speedway, Holland Speedway, Cayuga Speedway, and Chemung Motordrome twice. The Hooters ProCup Series will visit the home state of Speedvision on May 6th when Thompson Speedway hosts the series for its only scheduled Sunday afternoon race of the season.