As race teams continue to prepare their 2015 racing season,, the 100% Short Track Racing news source, is also busy assembling its staff and firming up plans for the upcoming season.  Today, owner Bob Dillner and the entire 51 management team are excited to announce its five regional editors for the 2015 campaign.


Rob Blount (Northeast), Kevin Ramsell (Midwest), Mark Keeler (Deep South), Tim Quievryn (Southeast) and Spencer Lewis (West Coast and Canada) have all accepted the role of managing the content and news from their specific region this season.


Blount, a native of Long Island, New York, enters his second season with in 2015. During the 2014 race season, Blount could be seen at most NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events and other special events in the Northeast region.  His role with 51 will increase during the upcoming season as he will now be keeping an eye on all of the news in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.


Ramsell, a native of Wisconsin, continues his role of Midwest Editor for the 2015 season.  The Midwest region includes the states of Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Minnesota.  Ramsell, who also serves as Director of Business for, will bring two years of experience with 51 to the table as he hunts down all of the stories in the Midwest region.


Keeler, a resident of Florida, will have his focus on the Deep South region that includes Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas during the upcoming season.  He will be seen regularly covering Southern Super Series events at Gulf Coast tracks Five Flags Speedway (FL) and Mobile International Speedway (AL), as well as other special dirt and asphalt events in the region.


Quievryn, a statistical genius from’s “The Third Turn,” joins as the Southeast Editor for the 2015 season.  Although “Timmy Q” has been covering events regularly with 51 for a number of years now, he will see an increased role in 2015 while serving as the region’s editor.  Quievryn n will be managing all of the news in the busy states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee.


Lewis, a native of Canada, will begin his inaugural season with during the 2015 racing season while handling all of the news north of the border in Canada and on the West Coast.  Lewis is no stranger to short track racing throughout the United States and Canada, which makes his addition to the 51 staff a true win for short track racing fans. Staff Story Names Regional Editors for 2015 Season