Mother Nature may have put a damper on a lot of racing this weekend, especially in the Eastern United States. However, that isn’t going to slow things down on Monday, as Speed51’s “The Morning Bullring” will still be on the air at 7 a.m. ET with the short track racing talk fans have come to expect.
Included in the show will be an interview with David Rogers, as he spoke with our Bob Dillner on the progress of his fight with lymphoma. He also spoke about his future goals now that his cancer is in remission, his observations of racing in his absence, and much more.
One driver got an early start on his weekend, as Peyton Sellers won the Grassroots 200 at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway (VA) on Thursday. We will talk with Sellers about his win on ‘The Morning Bullring.’
We will also look ahead to an Easter weekend filled with exciting racing. The Easter Bunny 150 is coming to Hickory Motor Speedway, and nobody is more qualified to discuss that race than the five-time winner of the event, Preston Peltier.
It will also be a big weekend on the dirt, as the King of the Commonwealth takes place at Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia with the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series and FASTRAK Racing Series headlining the event. Dave Seay, Director of Marketing at Virginia Motor Speedway, will join the show to talk about the event.
Speed51 Editor Brandon Paul will also make his traditional appearance to discuss some of the biggest stories in short track racing.
We’ll also have plenty to talk about in regards to the upcoming Short Track Draft on Speed51.com, an annual draft the ranks the top prospects in short track racing.
We’ll have all of this and much more Monday morning at a new start time of 7 a.m. ET on Speed51 and the Speed51 Five Star Race Car Bodies Facebook Feed. The live show is available to race fans worldwide for FREE.
A full replay of the show will also be available for those unable to catch the show live.
-Text by 51 Staff