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This Thursday night listeners of Racing with Big Sweat with Steve Billmyer @ cohost Chris Creighton along with Jason McMillan our producer at 110 Nation Sports will be all ears as the guests relive the past weekends highlights from the highly touted fan favorite 4th Annual Southern Street Stock Nationals at Whynot Motorsports Park. This past Friday & Saturday #TheHouseofHook roared to life with over 170+ cars including 85 Street Stocks competing for just 30 starting spots in the 50 lap main event. Steve & I will interview several participants & will allow the final segment to be Open Lines for listeners to call in & briefly speak about his or her favorite memory from the weekend.

Here's our time slots & who we will have on:

1) 8:05 Kosciusko, Mississippi16 year old hot shoe #14 Country Pleasin' HighRoller racecars Street stock Ben KidSmooth Keith will open the night with his exciting recollection of the past weekend including his strategy he used to earn his first ever starting position in the 30 car field with 85 other drivers in just his 2nd season driving a stock car. Keith is currently ranked 21st in NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division National points.

2) 8:25 2016 Southern Street Stock Nationals Champion #10 Michael Blade from , will chat briefly with us about winning what could possibly be his Biggest & Most Memorable race in his career. We will get the exclusive on what it took to win this years crown jewel event. 


3) 8:35 #3 Chad Comer of Warren, Texas will be our last interview & will take us to the bottom of the hour as he relives his Highs & Lows from this event. Comer was one of 4 Street Stock feature winners from Friday & finished 2nd in a Top 8 Dash for the front row which featured a 3wide start. 

 

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