OSWEGO, NY – Oswego Speedway and its headline Novelis Supermodified division will return to the primetime spotlight tonight (Dec. 4) on MAVTV’s Speed Sport, as May’s Jim Shampine Memorial will re-air at 7 p.m.
The broadcast will again be hosted by veteran announcer Ralph Sheheen and former NASCAR champion and Budweiser International Classic starter Johnny Benson.
Joining Sheheen and Benson on the broadcast will be former NEMA Midget driver turned pit road personality, Derek Pernesiglio. Pernesiglio will not only cover the action on pit lane, but also provide in depth analysis on several informative features throughout the broadcast on Supermodifieds and Oswego Speedway.
Speed Sport showcases traditional forms of racing from across the country on MAVTV. Seeking out the very best American Real motorsports action in our nation, Speed Sport will bring a national viewing audience back to Oswego Speedway and Supermodified racing on Thursday night.
Several of Oswego Speedway’s Novelis Supermodified drivers and teams will be focused on and featured in the 60-minute broadcast, including features on the Muldoon Racing No. 51 Supermodified as well as Speedway veteran Joey Payne of Strong/Graham Racing.
MAVTV is available across the United States through local cable and video providers and via satellite on DirecTV channel 214 and DISH channel 248.
Those viewing in the Syracuse area with Time Warner Cable can find MAVTV on channel 402.
Those in the Central New York area unable to view MAVTV through their local providers can view the broadcast at Lighthouse Lanes, located on Jim Shampine Drive in Oswego.
MAVTV features all things in American Real Motorsports including ASCS Sprint Car Racing, ATV Pro MX, and now The Dave Despain Show.
For more information on MAVTV as well as Speed Sport Magazine and Speed Sport visit www.mavtv.com
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