Monday, February 3, 2014

DIRTvision has been updated! Can we get an AMEN?

The World Racing Group has updated their webcasting division known as DIRTvision for 2014. In a statement released today, the site will have a new look and will include more cybercasts and the re-introduction of the chat feature.

What you really need to take from the announcement, other than the announcement of the updated and easier site navigation, is that every fan is going to have to re-register!

That's right, if you were a DIRTvision subscriber before, you'll need to do as instructed at the bottom of the press release to keep enjoying the site!

We'd like to thank the powers that be at World Racing Group for making it happen! Now...can we keep it from going in and out?

Katie Boyer - Production Coordinator | (704)707-0275 Kicks Off Season with New User-Friendly Interface Bright and bold, online streaming site set to broadcast Feb. 11 at DIRTcar Nationals

CONCORD, N.C. – Feb. 3, 2014 – got a makeover this winter and will be big and bright for the 2014 season, which kicks off Feb. 11-22 with the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Summit Racing Equipment at Volusia Speedway Park.’s new look comes with a more user-friendly design, giving fans the best experience available when navigating the site. Plus, there will be more Cybercasts on the schedule than ever before, including several new tracks and some fan favorites. The “chat” feature is back with new-and-improved user access. Fans will now be able to watch or listen to the live coverage and chat with other race fans.
As always, audio broadcasts on DIRTVision’s Dirt Radio Network featuring the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series , the World of Outlaws Late Model Series and the Super DIRTcar Big-Block Modified Series are free. This year’s schedule of live streaming video events will be offered on the industry-standard pay-per-view basis. Events can be purchased on an individual basis through the website, with weekend packages and event packages available throughout the season.
The new will require fans to register to gain access. The process is now easier than ever. Simply go to and click the “Sign Up” button. After you register, an email verification code will be sent to the email address the user provided. The user can click the link from the email to complete the registration process. It’s that simple. The user will then be able to purchase any event. Users struggling with the process can email for technical assistance.
The first Cybercast begins Tuesday, Feb. 11, at Volusia Speedway Park with the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Summit Racing Equipment. Daily subscriptions during the event are $21.99. The entire sprint car/DIRTcar UMP Modified week (Feb. 11-16) is $69.99, or for the full Late Model/Super DIRTcar Series week (Feb. 17-22) is $69.99. Each night’s action will feature multiple cameras, instant replays and driver interviews

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