Monday on Speed51’s “The Morning Bullring,” there will be a slight change in the studio, but there are still plenty of great guests lined up as we prepare for another February in Florida.


With our Bob Dillner down in Florida covering Speedweeks as the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series kicked off this weekend at Golden Isles Speedway, Alan Dietz of the Pro All Star Series will join Casey LaJoie to co-host the weekly morning show.


Bob Dillner will call in for a segment of the show from Florida to discuss the weekend of racing, both in Florida and around the country.


We’ll also have several guests looking forward to their own trips to Florida, with the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway just around the corner.


One of those guests is Ryan Preece.  The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year contender will be climbing into a Tour-type Modified for the World Series, looking for his fourth title in five years in that division.


Logan Seavey is another guest lined up for Monday’s “Morning Bullring,” before the USAC standout makes the trip to Florida to pilot a Wimmer Motorsports Super Late Model in the World Series.


New England standout Derek Griffith will also join the show before he takes the high-banks of New Smyrna in his Super Late Model.


We’ll also be joined by Ty Majeski, after he picked up the $30,000 paycheck with a win at the 5th Annual Winter Showdown at Kern County Raceway Park on Saturday.


Also joining the show will be Matt Weaver, Associate Motorsports Editor of Autoweek and Founder of Short Track Scene, looking back on the Winter Showdown and ahead to Speedweeks.  You’ve seen Weaver and Alan Dietz converse on Twitter, now they’re bringing it to the Bullring.


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Get Ready for Speedweeks with Monday’s ‘Morning Bullring’