With tonight’s kick-off party scheduled for 6 p.m. at Shady Gators in Lake Ozark, Mo., the excitement has begun for this year’s Lake Race, which features a new course in a new location on the lake (read the story).
Once again, the competitive racing action set for Saturday on Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks is going to be available to watch and listen to all around the world. Look for coverage of the race Saturday night on speedonthewater.com. Photo by Pete Boden/Shoot 2 Thrill Pix
Presented by Performance Boat Center in conjunction with MTI, the seventh annual Lake Race—the second stop on the American Power Boat Association Offshore Championship Series—takes place this Saturday (June 1) starting with opening ceremonies from Camden on the Lake Resort at 10:30 a.m. CDT, with racing to follow beginning at 11 a.m. Before that, teams and fans will enjoy the “Festival of Speed on Land and Sea” set for Friday evening at the Camden on the Lake race village and the event’s other host location, Shady Gators.
There’s no doubt the place to be is Central Missouri watching the race from Camden on the Lake, Shady Gators or another spot along the new course between the 5 and 9 mile markers, but no need to worry if you can’t be there in person this year. Thanks to Lake TV and the WH Media Group, along with several of their media partners, there are a variety of ways to watch or listen to the 2019 Lake Race.
What’s also exciting is that there is an all-new team of announcers ready to highlight the before, during and after portions of the race. The team includes a recognizable voice for offshore racing fans—Maryland’s Mike Yowaiski—along with William Holtz of WH Media Group, Chris Schneider, sports director at 107.9 The Coyote (the official radio station of Lake Race), and Dan “The Roundman” Caldwell and Kit “KC” Caldwell—both co-hosts of the “KC and The Roundman” afternoon show and co-owners of 107.9 The Coyote.
Following is a list of the ways to watch or listen to Lake Race:
Lake TV RoKu Channel – Lake TV’s new RoKu Channel is a featured “Travel Channel,” making Lake Race available for FREE in HD and easily accessible to 23.8 million users across the nation.
Facebook Live on Lake TV – The race will stream live to Lake TV’s Facebook page.
Web Stream Live on MyLakeTV.com – The race will stream live on Lake TV’s website, meaning anyone nationwide can access it for free online.
• Charter Spectrum Channel 197 – This is a cable broadcast station available in 35,000 homes, condos and resorts across the Lake of the Ozarks.
• Co-Mo Connect Channel 90 – This is a fiber-cable broadcast station available in 30,000 homes across the west side of the lake (Greenview, Laurie, Sunrise Beach, Versailles, Tipton, California, etc.) as well as extensive parts of Missouri and parts of Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota.
• MediaCom Channel 22 and Channel 722-HD – Featuring an all-in-one platform where TV and Internet work together seamlessly, MediaCom’s Xtream and TV service is available in a wide-ranging area across the Midwest.
107.9 The Coyote – Lake Race will be available on FM radio from 107.9 The Coyote. You can also listen to all the action live via the Tune-In Radio App and online at 1079thecoyote.com.
For more information on Lake Race visit the event website or check out the digital version of the 2019 Lake Race program, which was produced by Lake TV, WH Media Group and Speedonthewater.com.