RACE22 Radio is broadcasting live in the PRW Chassis Studio at Performancenter Racing Warehouse in Statesville, NC. Tonight’s show is a roundtable discussion on rules and tech with four members of the tech community who join hosts Langley Austin and Roger Johnson for three hours of tech talk.

Tonight’s guests are:

  • Former NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Director of Competition Kenny Hunley
  • Former NASCAR Whelen All-American Series official at Hickory Motor Speedway Scott Kilby
  • Current Competition Director at Southern National Motorsports Park and former CARS Tour Late Model Stock Car Tech Director Mike Bushee
  • Current CARS Tour Tech Director for the Late Model Stock Car series David “Lightning” Saunders

Part 1:

Our guests for the show will be:Former NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Director of Competition Kenny HunleyFormer NASCAR Whelen All-American Series official at Hickory Motor Speedway Scott KilbyCurrent Competition Director at Southern National Motorsports Park and former CARS Tour Late Model Stock Car Tech Director Mike BusheeCurrent CARS Tour Tech Director for the Late Model Stock Car series David “Lightning” SaundersHunley, Kilby, Saunders and Bushee bring decades of experience in short track racing and intimate knowledge of Late Model Stock Car racing to discuss topics ranging from the latest buzzwords such as spindles and engines to other things on the horizon as well as what needs to be done to help fix the challenges in front of decision makers.

Posted by RACE22.com on Monday, February 11, 2019

Part 2:

Our guests for the show will be:Former NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Director of Competition Kenny HunleyFormer NASCAR Whelen All-American Series official at Hickory Motor Speedway Scott KilbyCurrent Competition Director at Southern National Motorsports Park and former CARS Tour Late Model Stock Car Tech Director Mike BusheeCurrent CARS Tour Tech Director for the Late Model Stock Car series David “Lightning” SaundersHunley, Kilby, Saunders and Bushee bring decades of experience in short track racing and intimate knowledge of Late Model Stock Car racing to discuss topics ranging from the latest buzzwords such as spindles and engines to other things on the horizon as well as what needs to be done to help fix the challenges in front of decision makers

Posted by RACE22.com on Monday, February 11, 2019