NHRA Launches All Access for True NHRA Fans

NHRA All Access

Have you ever wanted to see Sunday morning’s NHRA SealMaster track walk from the comfort of your own living room? Now you can.

The subscription-based service called NHRA All-Access now comes with full admittance to this weekend’s Amalie Oil Gatornationals and the rest of the Mello Yello season that’s available to the general public now for $99.95 a year.

Originating from the website www.nhraallaccess.com fans will get to see nearly everything on track with viewing starting at 8 a.m. EDT on Friday, March 18th and Saturday, the 19th. Sunday’s race day activities begin at 8:30 a.m. entailing all the pre-race ceremonies including driver introductions.

“We’re working toward a level of NHRA coverage that has never been available,” said Ken Adelson, NHRA vice president of broadcasting and digital content. “Being able to watch the event digitally as if you were there will be a great option for our fans on a worldwide basis. At the same time, we’re focusing on bringing NHRA racing to TV networks around the globe. It will all be worth waiting for.”

With fans now being able to watch all the qualifying rounds for the Pros and Sportsman series puts the sport into an entirely new perspective. The live stream of the in-venue feed will include audio from the track announcers and the identical video on the big screen displays giving fans a front row seat.

Fans can activate the service on all their mobile devices with both Android and Apple formats provided.

The new era of the NHRA continues with their All-Access digital channel that’s available to fans starting this weekend, which leads to their next innovation of bringing the smell of nitro in your living room. With this new digital feed, it’s as close as you can get.

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Jay Wells, 61, is a veteran motorsports public relations and marketing official. He spent 33 years at the track working with NASCAR, IndyCar, IMSA, and NHRA series' before retiring in 2009. He began writing for RacingJunk.com in September of 2013 covering the NHRA and NASCAR circuits with post race coverage along with feature and breaking news stories. Wells resides in Mooresville, North Carolina. Follow Wells on Twitter @ jaywells500.
  • JohnL

    I went to the site. I am especially interested in seeing all the sportsman and pro-mod coverage. They have previous races there to watch as well. But I have no way of knowing what this really looks like. NHRA should give one free day before we have to shell out $100, made more important because there is no money back guarantee.

    • Johnstoirvin

      The free tryout before buying is a great idea! Are you listening, NHRA?

    • Melinda Girard

      They have a weekend access option, for $9.95. Not quite a free trial, but a good way to see if you like it before you shell out the full amount.

  • Kevin O’farrell

    I here You JohnL, it is about time they give. Fans of grass roots racing ie.Sportsman, Super Gas,Super Stock Cars ect.
    This Past Wkends. Livestream,BangShift. Spring Fling Million race in Las Vegas,Nv. Was Free to All Viewers for all four days. Live Streaming & Chat feed was Flawless as well & Did i say ” FREE ” *****
    BANGSHIFT LIVE ALSO COVERS MANY OTHER EVENTS LIKE THE ” MARCH MEET ” in Bakersfield ect.
    Look be Advised im just a fan with nothing to gain from any of this and just would like to see More Programming of the Sport I 💚Luv. Drag Racing,
    So NHRA
    Lets Keep it Reasonable and A Free Sample is Not to much to Ask ??? Or Trail Period !!!

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