Stafford Speedway And FloRacing Extend Live Streaming Partnership Through 2028

(Press release from Stafford Speedway)

Stafford Speedway and FloRacing have agreed to extend their live streaming partnership through the 2028 season.

Stafford and FloRacing announced a groundbreaking partnership in 2021 with Stafford becoming the first pavement track on the streaming platform. Since the partnership began in 2021, weekly racing action from the Connecticut half-mile has been consumed by thousands of race fans throughout the country. 

“FloSports is proud to be the broadcast home for Stafford Motor Speedway. In our earliest days in short track pavement racing, The Arute family believed in our mission to grow grassroots racing in America. We’re grateful for their partnership, leadership, and vision and look forward to continued growth in the years to come.”  – Mike Levy, Vice President, Global Rights Acquisition & Partnerships, FloSports 

“When we began our partnership in 2021 it was very clear to all of us at Stafford that FloSports was going to be the long-term streaming home for our events. It’s not often that you find a partner that is so closely aligned with our mission of growing short track racing. To be side by side with world renowned racing properties like Eldora, Chili Bowl, Lucas Oil Late Model, USAC, and ASCOC is something that we take great pride in and our entire team is looking forward to bringing the best in pavement racing to the FloRacing platform each week.” – Paul Arute, COO, Stafford Speedway

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  1. Anyone else notice that Arute mentions a bunch of tracks and series but fails to mention Nascar in his rundown of what is covered by Flo racing. I am sure it was just an oversight. I just found that interesting for some reason.

    Anyway, this is great news. I have been a Flo subscriber for several years and will be for the foreseeable future. For a race fan there is no better value. Flo has scaled back some of its coverage this year. They are more selective with what they cover. It is nice to see their partnership with Stafford will continue for at least another 5 years. Speaking of streaming it doesnt look like there is any streaming available for Thompson tomorrow or Seekonk next week. I checked racing America and Flo neither had them listed as of today Hopefully that changes for Seekonk.

  2. Suitcase Jake says

    I am happy for Both parties ….We really enjoy watching each Friday Night. It must be working well for them to extend it to 2028…Seems like the racers are enjoying some of the money too…which is great … Good news…

  3. “Speaking of streaming it doesnt look like there is any streaming available for Thompson tomorrow”

    That is true. However in the ACT press release June 14 they had this:

    “Post Time for Wednesday, June 21 is set for 6:00pm with Adult General Admission tickets available for $30, kids 12-6 for $10 and children 5 and under free! Pit Gates will open promptly at 2:30pm with Adult Pit Passes on sale for $45 with kids 12 and under available for $20. Streaming on Pay-Per-View through Racing America is also available for $30. “

  4. Tony Bonnelli says

    It wasn’t an oversight that Mark Arute didn’t mention Nascar. He got out from under their thumb and has built the best short track racing program in the country without them.

  5. The best thing that the arutes did was to get rid of NASCAR NASCAR racing sucks NASCAR on TVs born everybody gets fined they only got a couple more years in NASCAR won’t be on TV anymore you got to go back to the grassroots small truck racin

  6. Bad news, Gary, NASCAR is about to sign a billion dollar or more a year TV deal. A massive increase from their current one.

    You’ll have to deal with them on TV a lot longer. You even have to see them have a significant spot on Amazon Prime.

    Speaking of streaming, anything pick up OWW?

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