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HIGH SPEED
Streaming at Bonneville Speed Week

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Published on Thu, Aug 1, 2013

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

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Bonneville Speed Week in 2012 (Osmer)

SCTA Announces Audio Streaming of the 2013 Bonneville Speed Week For the first time, there will be a live audio broadcast of the 2013 Bonneville Speed Week. The high speed streaming of this high speed event is courtesy of the Southern California Timing Association through its website at scta-bni.org. “This is a first for the SCTA in officially releasing real time audio information from the famed Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah during this year’s Speed Week,” says SCTA Secretary and Chief Timer Scott C. Andrews. The announcers are none other than LA Car’s Harold Osmer and Ron Christensen. “Sponsors, fans, supporters and families of those in competition can join with Osmer and Christensen during the entire week of speed trials and record setting attempts this year,” says Andrews. The SCTA is expecting in excess of 500 vehicles in competition this year. To hear this year’s show, go to the SCTA site at scta-bni.org and look up the link under 2013 Bonneville Speed Week information. After you have clicked on the link, you’ll be sent to a special page with the show streaming live.

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(LandSpeed Louise)

About the SCTA The Southern California Timing Association (SCTA) sanctions land speed racing trials in two locations. Racing is conducted six times each year at the El Mirage Dry Lake bed in Southern California and also the world renowned Bonneville Speed Week in August combined with the World Finals in October of each year at the Bonneville Salt Flats in north western Utah.

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Bonneville Speed Week: The view from behind the wheel (Osmer)

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