Watch Replay: Morning Bullring Short Track Talk Show

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The Morning Bullring on Speed51.com returns Monday morning at 7 a.m. ET with another jam-packed episode of short track racing talk.

 

This week's show will look back on the weekend that was in short track racing and look forward to what's on tap this weekend.

 

Throughout the show, we will be joined by a handful of guests to discuss the hottest topics in short track racing.

 

Nick Sweet, the winner of the final PASS North Super Late Model tune up for the Oxford 250, will join the show to discuss his big win at Oxford Plains Speedway Sunday night.

 

We'll also hear from this year's Redbud 400 winner Johnny VanDoorn to discuss his bid for a third Battle at Berlin 251 victory this coming Saturday.

 

After outdueling Bubba Pollard for the Southern Super Series win at Crisp Motorsports Park, rising star Connor Okrzesik will join the show Monday morning.

 

Casey Johnson, the current ARCA Midwest Tour points leader, will also join the show to discuss the upcoming Howie Lettow Memorial at Madison and his plans to compete in a big race this September.

 

We'll also hear from Greg Satterlee who earned finishes of first and second this past weekend with the ULTIMATE Northeast Super Late Model Series.

 

Speed51's Bob Dillner will be back in Studio 51 to host the show alongside his son, Blaise Dillner.  Speed51's resident Ohio native Patrick Hahe will also be in studio for the first time to deliver the latest short track news.

 

Speed51 Editor Brandon Paul will make 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.

 

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

 

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Watch Replay: Morning Bullring Short Track Talk Show