Full schedule with a few TBAs in October (probably Midwest dates). The west coast swing looks to be back for next September, Missing; Fairbury, TSS Haubstadt , Willamette (no great loss racing-wise, but it's the only track in Oregon they have been at). Trying again at the new I-70.
Very disappointed to see the 2021 schedule. WoO skipping Oregon for the first time in I don't know how long.
Is this something they have done before for other drivers?
Parsing this, the upshot is that if you commit to the $299 annual subscription, Knoxville Nationals are included in that. They are still not included in the $39 per 28 days plan that most DIRTVision subscribers are on, myself included. The latter comes out at $507 per year.
It comes down to how important watching WoO is for you. It's definitely made me a bigger fan than I was previously. The streams and production are pretty good quality and have continually improved since I've been a subscriber in 2019. All of these services still lag behind true TV style presentation, but that can have its own charm.
FloRacing provides the ability to pause the live stream or rewind to a previous point, at least via a computer. DIRTVision does not. If you walk out of the room or lose connection and miss five minutes, you've missed it until the race gets posted to the archive.
I'm subscribed to DIRTVision, FloRacing, and Lucas Oil Racing TV, and there are definitely conflicts and times when I feel like I'm watching too much. Subscribing to these services tends to turn one into a more loyal viewer than if the broadcasts were free.
FloRacing is a great value at $150 annually for the amount of content (ASCoC, USAC, Chili Bowl, lots of independent and local racing). Production standards tend to be inconsistent and sometimes lacking, but I haven't seen any problems during races this year. DIRTVision is a good deal and has become progressively better if you buy into the idea that WoO is king on dirt.
I lost track of Schatz and when I saw him sticking his nose in there at first I thought he was a lapped car.Track was much better for the feature tonight. Brad Sweet wins the WoO opener. Schuchart second, and Donny Schatz turns his night around with an incredible 18th to third drive. Gravel and Macedo follow. Kahne ran a very respectable ninth.