Fans have quickly become familiar with Speed51.com’s new podcast, “Unfiltered.” One aspect of the podcast that our fans don’t seem to be too familiar with yet is the #Ask51 segment of the podcast. We want our fans to reach out to us on Twitter and submit questions to be answered on the show.
Fans are encouraged to use the hashtag, #Ask51 to ask any short track racing related questions. Our own Bob Dillner will answer the best questions on Unfiltered.
“Unfiltered has been received pretty well from our fans so far, but we really want to get some questions from our fans,” said Rob Blount, Speed51.com’s Social Media Director. “During events we see the questions or comments that our fans have. We know you’re listening to Unfiltered because we see the numbers. So send us your questions. Use the #Ask51 hashtag and get those questions answered on Unfiltered. We want to hear from you.”
So far, Anthony Mahone has the honor of being the only person to have a question of theirs asked on Unfiltered. Mahone asked for a brief explanation on the different types of Late Models in short track racing, which led to a fun segment on the second episode of Unfiltered.
We love hearing from our fans and we want to answer your questions, so start using that hashtag, #Ask51, and we’ll start answering your questions on Unfiltered.
Fans can listen and subscribe to Speed51.com’s Unfiltered podcast on iTunes. Fans can also listen on Stitcher, and those that are premium members of the Speed51.com Video Network can also watch a video version of Unfiltered. Unfiltered will also be available on Google Play soon, so be on the lookout for that as well.
Apple listeners can click here to listen and subscribe on iTunes.
Speed51.com is also currently seeking sponsors for the Unfiltered Podcast. Companies interested in having their brand attached to the podcast are encouraged to email [email protected] for more information.
Since 2001, Speed51.com has been the source for short track news, behind-the-scenes stories, in-depth race coverage and live video broadcasts of short track events throughout North America, from NASCAR’s Touring Divisions (Modifieds & K&N Pro Series), to Dirt Modifieds and numerous forms of Late Model & Modified racing. Speed51 TV, the live video broadcasting arm of Speed51.com, airs live video productions of short track events on both pavement and dirt. Speed51 TV also produces race broadcasts for network television. The Speed51 Video Network carries highlights, interviews and features from short track racing around the country on Speed51.com.