NHRA All-Access Streaming Service Launches

The National Hot Rod Association has launched a new streaming service, priced at $99.95 per season. The NHRA made the announcement this week:

The Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals marked the beginning of NHRA’s exciting new premium streaming service, NHRA All Access.

For just $99.95 per season, race fans can get live, all-day video coverage from NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series events on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Fans will get the actual in-venue announcing and video feed directly from the Sunoco Vision big-screen display.

In addition, the live stream from each day will be made available for viewing any time as Video On Demand (VOD).

NHRA All-Access is available around the world and will play on most internet-connected devices (mobile phones, tablets, and desktop and laptop computers). Coming soon: Availability for Roku and other streaming-media devices.

Get your season pass today at www.nhraallaccess.com.

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