The Morning Bullring on Speed51.com returned Monday morning with another jam-packed episode of short track racing talk.
This week’s show looked back on the weekend that was in short track racing and looked forward to what’s on tap next weekend.
Throughout the show, we were joined by a handful of guests to discuss the hottest topics in short track racing.
Following an on-track demolition derby with Jonathan Brown, Bowman Gray Stadium Modified racer Jason Myers joined the show to discuss what happened in what became a viral video from “The Madhouse” on Saturday night.
We also heard from Wayne Helliwell, Jr. about his New Hampshire Governor’s Cup 150 win at White Mountain Motorsports and his health issues that have had an impact on his racing schedule recently.
Casey Roderick, who finished second to Bubba Pollard Friday night at Five Flags Speedway, joined the show to discuss his exciting race and the heat race format used for the first time.
Molly Helmuth joined the show to discuss her unique throwback paint scheme for this Saturday’s CARS Tour Throwback 276 at Hickory Motor Speedway.
A pair of ULTIMATE winners also joined the show. Rick Eckert, the winner of the ULTIMATE Northeast race at BAPS Motor Speedway, joined us, as did ULTIMATE Mid-Ohio Valley winner at Wayne County Speedway, Doug Drown.
We also heard from Montgomery Motor Speedway General Manager Stan Narrison about Saturday’s Show Me the Money Pro Late Model race at the Montgomery, Alabama oval.
Speed51’s Bob Dillner was be back in Studio 51 to host the show alongside his son Blaise Dillner.
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.