The 2012/13 season saw over 30 hours of TV produced for ANDRA and almost every championship round was shown on Speedweek the weekend following the event.
As well as the ANDRA Drag Racing Series, the Aeroflow Sportsman Drag Racing Championship coverage was also boosted with brackets shown on 21 out of the 30 shows, including two specials.
Drag racing fans are also able to relive their favourite moments online with all episodes from the past two seasons available on the ANDRA website.
ANDRA CEO Malcolm Bulley said more live streaming events are also on the cards for 2014.
"The challenge with TV at the moment is the increasing diversity of options," Bulley said.
"Whereas you used to choose between five channels on TV, now there are some 20 options on free to air alone, plus pay TV and the internet.
"With that in mind and with a couple of successful trials of streaming this past season, I think that will become another avenue for us to increase our audience.
The next broadcast event will be the ANDRA Drag Racing Series opener on January 10 and 11 at Perth Motorplex.