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MMRA on YouTube

Back in 2005, MMRA worked out a deal with Empire Sports Network to air eight half hour TV shows highlighting our 2004 Touring Series.  Unfortunately, after the first episode aired, Empire Sports Network went out of business and the shows sat on the shelf back at MMRA.

Now a few years later, YouTube has made it easy to post video content so we pulled the shows off the shelf and have begun uploading them to YouTube.  They have turned out to be something of a time capsule as you'll see racers like Jacob France and Chad Willis just starting their careers in Future Stars.  Since then, Jacob has won three MMRA championships and Chad has moved on to Late Model stock cars.

We have cut out the commercials, and YouTube limits videos to 10 minutes, so in general we have reduced down to 2 - 10 minute videos per show.  Here is what you will see in each video:

Episode 1, Segment 1 - Here you will see the full intro for the show, and also the famous interview with Carl Edwards the day after his big Craftsman Truck series win at Daytona.

Episode 1, Segment 2 - This video features heat race action from Orlando Speedworld at Speedweeks 2004.  These were the very first Baby Grand races under MMRA sanctioning.  It's interesting to see all the cars had old style bodies, and they still didn't have mufflers so they sounded very buzzy. 

Episode 2, Segment 1 - This video features minicup racing from the now-closed Riverview Speedway and also an interview with Chad Willis who earned his first Touring Series win in the Riverview Speedway Future Stars feature.

Episode 2, Segment 2 - In this video you'll get to see the exciting Open Division Feature race from Riverview Speedway and also get an up-close look at both minicup and Baby Grand racecars. 

 

Click here to visit the MMRA YouTube Channel