American Rally Association to Live Stream all Eight Green APU National Events
Bucky Lasek and Texas Dave to Lead New ARA Live Stream
Speedway, Ind. ~ Live action broadcast from live stages will become a reality for the American Rally Association at its national events in 2023. The ARA is pleased to announce that all eight Green APU National Rally Championship events will have a live stream program this season, starting with this weekend’s Sno*Drift National Rally in Atlanta, Mich.
In partnership with Revolution Media, rally fans from around the world will now be able to follow their favorite drivers throughout the season The new broadcast will feature live action and commentary from all aspects of the rallies, including Parc Expose, the Power Stage and both national and regional podium celebrations. The program will also get an immediate boost of talent, entertainment and knowledge with the tandem of Bucky Lasek and Dave Carapetyan hosting the opening round.
“Bucky and I have collected all the hand warmers in California and Texas and are super excited to be making the trip to Michigan next week for the first round of the ARA championship,” said Carapetyan. “The live stream will be a big step forward for rally fans' ability to sit at home and laugh at people stuck in snow banks while sipping cocoa by a warm toasty fire, and I’m thrilled to freeze my Texan buns off to be a part of it.”
All eight rounds of the Green APU National Rally Championship will be broadcast on the on both the ARA’s YouTube channel, and on the ARA LIVE page on the ARA website (www.americanrallyassociation.org)
The broadcast schedule for Sno*Drift will begin at 3:00 PM Eastern on Friday from Parc Expose and will be followed by live stage coverage and driver interviews throughout Friday night. Saturday’s Parc Expose coverage will begin at 10:00 AM Eastern.
The 2023 Green APU National Rally Championship will feature eight national rounds, starting in February and finishing in October at the Lake Superior Performance Rally. The ARA also offers up three regional championships across 21 events. To learn more about the ARA, go to https://www.americanrallyassociation.org.