This Monday morning live on and the Speed51 Facebook Feed, “The Morning Bullring” is set to shift gears into spring as the Speed51 crew takes a final look back at all the racing from this past winter, while getting ready for a busy month of March.


“Morning Bullring” hosts Bob Dillner and Casey LaJoie are back on in Studio 51 with another impressive guest list for this week.


First up, Speed51 Lead Editor Brandon Paul leads off the lineup on the Online Racing School hotline to get up to speed on the busy winter months and what lies ahead this spring.


We will also hear from the winner of Sunday’s $10,000 Ice Crusher 150 for Super Late Models at Florida’s Showtime Speedway.


Looking ahead, Legends Car turned Late Model driver Ryan Rackley calls in to talk about his season plans with Lee Faulk Racing and Development.


A busy first weekend of March also lies ahead on both asphalt and dirt.


On the dirt, South Carolina’s Cherokee Speedway rings in the racing season with the Southern All Stars on March Madness weekend; while the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series gets its wheels turning at North Georgia Speedway. Dirt Late Model star Chris Ferguson and ULTIMATE Series Race Director Kelly Carlton will each be calling into the show to give their thoughts on the big weekend.


On asphalt, the Pro Late Models are set to roar at Montgomery Motor Speedway with the prestigious Alabama 200, the first time this classic event has been run so early in the year. Two-time and defending race winner Casey Roderick and MMS General Manager Stan Narrison will join in to offer their expectations on next Saturday’s big showdown.


Be sure to stay through the entire show as Speed51 and the Kulwicki Driver Development Program announce the semi-finalists for KDDP 2019.


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.  Segments of the show will also be available as a podcast on Apple iTunes and in the Google Play store.


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“The Morning Bullring” Ready to March into March