Bob Dillner to Operate "Pit Cam" On 51 TV Broadcast of SpeedFest
Popular "Derby Cam" To Make Return With BD As Operator

Back in December, 51 TV debuted the incredibly popular “Derby
Cam” on the pre-race show for the Snowball Derby.  Well now it’s
January, 51 TV is headed to SpeedFest at Watermelon Capital
Speedway in Cordele, Georgia, and “Derby Cam” is coming back,
only this time with a new name.

For all future races, beginning with SpeedFest, Derby Cam will
now be known as 51 TV’s “Pit Cam.”  Before each race 51 TV will
take viewers down pit road or on the grid to hear the last-minute thoughts
of the drivers and crews just as they get ready to do battle out on the track.

The idea came from Matthew Dillner’s “Garage Cam” show on  He was the man behind the camera at the Snowball Derby, and now his older brother and owner, Bob Dillner, will be the one with the camera at SpeedFest.

“When we debuted Derby Cam in December we expected it to be liked, but we didn’t expect it to be as well received as it was,” said owner Bob Dillner.  “We were thrilled with the feedback that we got, so that’s why we decided to bring it back as “Pit Cam.”  It will be a staple for all of our pay-per-view events in the future, starting this weekend at SpeedFest.”

Fans can catch the return of Pit Cam with Bob Dillner before the start of SpeedFest 2015 when 51 TV goes live at 1:30 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon.

For just $19.99 fans can see the defending SpeedFest winner and the 2014 NASCAR Xfinity Series champion Chase Elliott do battle with the 2014 Snowball Derby winner, John Hunter Nemechek, in addition to many more stars from the Super and Pro Late Model ranks.

A blackout is in effect for those who live within a 100-mile radius of the Watermelon Capital Speedway.

To order the 51 TV broadcast of SpeedFest 2015 at Watermelon Capital Speedway, click this link:

-51 Sports Press Release.

Bob will operate the camera and also help in training reporter, Rob Blount ( Photo).