The Morning Bullring presented by Hyperco on Speed51.com returned Monday morning with another jam-packed episode of short track racing talk.
This week’s show looked back on the busy weekend that was in short track racing and featured discussions surrounding the most talked about topics.
Throughout the show, we were joined by a handful of guests as we looked back at the weekend and look forward to big events taking place this coming weekend.
Eddie MacDonald, the winner of the PASS North Super Late Model race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, joined the show to discuss his thrilling victory at The Magic Mile.
Montgomery Motor Speedway General Manager Stan Narrison appeared on the show to reveal the results of the protest filed by Bubba Pollard against the Anthony Campi Racing team last weekend.
Ty Gibbs, the grandson of NASCAR Cup Series owner Joe Gibbs, made his first appearance on the show after scoring his first career ARCA victory on Saturday.
We also heard from another Ty, Ty Majeski, as he joined the show to discuss his Super Late Model victory at Dells Raceway Park.
We were also joined by Jo Jo Wilkinson, who scored a victory in just her second race back since a vicious crash at Five Flags Speedway.
To end the show, we called the west coast to check in with four-time SRL champion Derek Thorn as he prepares for the Summer Showdown at Evergreen Speedway this coming weekend.
Bob Dillner was in Studio 51 to host the show alongside Speed51’s Wesley Outland.
Speed51 Editor Brandon Paul made his traditional appearance early in the show to discuss the hottest topics in short track racing.
Race fans can watch the full show on Speed51 and the Speed51 Five Star Race Car Bodies Facebook Feed. The show is available to race fans worldwide for FREE.