The Morning Bullring short track racing talk show on Speed51.com will air at a new start time on Monday morning.  In order to give those getting ready for work and traveling to work an opportunity to watch more of the show, the live version of the show has been moved up to 7 a.m. ET.

 

This week's show is shaping up to be one of the most-anticipated shows yet, with an impressive list of guests on tap.

 

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Technical Inspector Ricky Brooks, a member of the Sealed Engine Alliance Leaders (S.E.A.L.), has agreed to join the show to discuss the hot topic from this past week involving Hamner Racing Engines.

 

Four-time USAC Silver Crown Series champion and two-time Little 500 winner Kody Swanson will join the show to discuss what's on tap this year after a historic season in 2018.

 

Giovanni Bromante, the winner of the Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway, will also appear on the show via a tape-delayed interview with our Casey LaJoie. Bromante won the prestigious race Sunday afternoon in his Super Late Model debut and his first race back from a back injury.

 

Following a rollercoaster ride Saturday in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season opener at Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC), five-time champion Doug Coby will appear on the show to talk about his up-and-down day.

 

Dennis "Rambo" Franklin will also join the show to talk about his emotional victory in Saturday's Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series season opener at Lancaster Speedway (SC).

 

With Casey LaJoie traveling back from The Rattler this past weekend, Brannon Earnest will step in the studio to join Bob Dillner as a guest co-host.  We'll also have "Mamba" Dylan Smith in studio to deliver the latest short track racing news throughout the show.

 

Speed51 Editor Brandon Paul will also make his traditional appearance to discuss some of the biggest stories 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.

 

Interviews from the show will also be available in podcast form on Apple iTunes and Google Play in the coming days.

New Start Time & Big Guests on Monday’s Morning Bullring