As the leader in short track racing coverage, Speed51.com will take another step towards giving race fans what they want in 2019.  The Morning Bullring, a free morning talk show dedicated to short track racing, will debut on Speed51 on Monday, January 14 at 7:30 a.m. ET.

 

The two-hour talk show will air live from the state-of-the-art Studio 51 in Concord, North Carolina every Monday morning from 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. ET.

 

Each week, hosts Bob Dillner and Casey LaJoie will be joined by a variety of guests, including driver and industry professionals, to discuss the hottest topics and events in short track racing.

 

“We want to give fans a way to listen to short track racing discussion when they wake up on Monday morning.  Whether someone is having coffee, brushing their teeth or driving to work, they will be able to hear from some of the playmakers and insiders from the short track racing world,” said Speed51.com Executive Editor Bob Dillner.  “I am a big fan of Golic and Wingo on ESPN; that show is simulcast on the TV network and radio and that’s exactly the way we will be handling The Morning Bullring.  People will be able to consume it in a variety of ways.”

 

Each live episode of The Morning Bullring will be available to watch for free on Speed51.com.  Plans are also in place to simulcast the show on one of Speed51’s social media outlets.  In addition to that, Speed51 is working toward having the show air in an audio-only format on a popular radio streaming site.

 

“We’re going to start out by finding out exactly what short track racing fans want,” said Speed51.com Editor Brandon Paul.  “We plan to air every episodes on one of our our social media channels and whichever outlet gives us the most interaction and most views will become the second home for The Morning Bullring.”

 

For those unable to watch live, all episodes of The Morning Bullring will be available to watch on-demand after the conclusion of each show.  The show will also be available as a podcast on Apple iTunes and in the Google Play store.

 

When the 2019 racing season gets underway, the show will serve as the go-to source for fans wanting to recap each race weekend.  Throughout the season, The Morning Bullring will also feature on-location shows from short track events throughout North America.

 

Every episode will be available to fans absolutely free on all outlets including Speed51.com, social media, Apple iTunes and Google Play.

 

Marketing opportunities are currently available for businesses interested in supporting The Morning Bullring.  Interested parties should contact [email protected] to discuss the available options.

 

-Story by: Speed51.com Staff

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Free Short Track Talk Show to Debut on Speed51.com