News For 2020

 

​NOTE February 3, 2020.

As I had alluded late last fall, due to issues beyond my control, we have decided NOT to broadcast out of Crystal Motor Speedway. This is not how I wanted to end my career at CMS, but some days, that is how it goes. I have worked for and with Ron Flinn at CMS since 1994. I will always respect and consider him a friend. ALWAYS. I started doing video out of CMS in 1997, live video in 2002, and in-car cameras in 2003. We know how to live stream video.

However, this does not mean I can not help other tracks do their live broadcasting. There are no costs from ROTW. You just need to have a decent upload speed (650k+ or better), a decent WINDOWS computer, a crew of two or three dedicated people to operate it, an inexpensive sound board, some cables and cameras that can be bought on Amazon/ebay for roughly $100. We provide you with the software. You simply install it on your PC and fill it in with the information we give you, and you are set to go. You can have your own racing show every week and or a host of other events. I have several computers all set up to go that are proven machines.

Email me below.
Thank you!

Verwayne

 

A big THANK YOU! to the fine folks at Engine Pro of 728 S. Division Grand Rapids, MI. 49503 for their continued sponsorship for the 17th year. Engine Pro has been our main sponsor since 2003. You can reach their warehouse at 616-247-6572. When you need parts, ask your engine builder to check for them at ENGINE PRO! 

A 'thank you' also must be given to our friends at 'Success Virtual Learning Center' located at successvlc.com

You can watch our broadcasts by visiting this link! I'm not a huge fan of Chrome, but some devices won't see a thing unless you use it. It's always a pain to figure out you can't see the live stream fourteen seconds before the race you want to see is about to start. Check it out now.

 If you would like to donate to the cause, just click here. Five bucks goes a long way toward supporting our effort.

We have built a brand new and highly improved Roku channel that is now a public channel. Just search for the channel under the name "Races On The Web" and install it. You will have to update your system to see it and then it will appear at the bottom of your channel list. If you have questions, drop me an email. I can be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

I am looking  for new tracks that would like to live stream their events. There is no charge for this service, you just need to have a decent upload stream at the track, some equipment to broadcast, and a one to two person crew. The process has been made very simple, and nearly anyone can make this work. Contact me at this email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thanks for visiting!

Verwayne