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WEBBY CAM.Vault Productions have compiled the most watched episodes from the 2014 season.  Episodes from this season of ‘Sid’s View’ were filmed at the Waterford Speedbowl, Thompson Speedway & Seekonk Speedway and as usual were shot from a fan’s perspective.  2014 was the 5th season of the series and the first covering the entire schedule at Thompson Speedway.   The coverage of the Waterford Speedbowl only covered the 1st half of the season, the only season to date which did not cover that track’s entire Saturday schedule.   It was also the 1st season using an Aerial Cam and EyeGlasses Cam


MOST WATCHED SID’S VIEW EPISODES – 2014

  1. VMRS Blast Off 100 (Waterford – Major pile up with Richard Savary on top of Steve Masse)
  2. Ladies First (Nichole Morgillo & Victoria Bergenty win on same night – from 2013 season)
  3. One Freakin’ Awesome Show (Waterford – Tyler Chadwick outduels Keith Rocco in SK Mod race)
  4. Wild N’ Patient Man (Tribute vid to Mini Stock great Danny Field)
  5. Tireless Efforts (Waterford – Infamous night when Craig Lutz’ tire flies down the frontstretch in SK race)
  6. Open Wheel Wednesday (Seekonk – the last leg of the modified Tri-Track Open Series)
  7. 20 Yrs Later: Big Fire at the Bowl (Waterford – documentary short on July 30, 1994 SK Modified wreck)
  8. Duelin’ Rooters (Waterford – Ed Puleo holds off teammate Keith Rocco for SK Mod win)
  9. Back with a Vengeance (Waterford – Craig Lutz’s first career SK Mod win)
  10. Ice Breaker Sunoco Mod 35 (Thompson – season opening event for TSMP premiere division)

Other noteworthy production notes:

  • Ladies First was the first episode from a previous season to crack the Top 10 Most Watched in a Season list.  It also became the most watched Sids View webisode to date
  • VMRS Blast Off 100 was the 1st episode to feature our Aerial Cam.
  • Open Wheel Wednesday marked the 2nd year in a row that the most watched episode outside of the Waterford Speedbowl was shot at Seekonk Speedway