Thu, 10 Oct 2013, 11:00 AM
Spring Fling Bristol on Television
Courtesy of John DiBartolomeo
This past May, over 500 of the best bracket racers from all over the country
converged on the famed Bristol Dragway in Tennessee for the K&N Spring Fling
20s presented by Sparco to compete for not only bragging rights as to who is
the best of the best, but also for a great deal of cash and awards. If you
missed being there and would like to relive those great moments, this
Wednesday, Oct 2, you'll get that chance.
On that day at 5:00 pm eastern time, the K&N Spring Fling 20s Bristol event
will be televised on the Velocity Channel found on most cable and satellite
systems. Filmed as it happened by Masters Entertainment, the half-hour
program will highlight all of the exciting finals as well as interesting
features on several of the competitors. Be sure to set your DVRs as you are
not going to want to miss the action.
About the Velocity Channel: Velocity (formerly HD Theater and originally
Discovery HD Theater) is an American high-definition, commercial-based,
cable and satellite television channel owned by Discovery Communications.
The channel specializes in nonfictional programming, focusing on expensive
cars, sports related shows, and other programming.
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