Fremont Races to
By Brian Liskai
FREMONT, Ohio (March 21, 2005) - The exciting racing from Fremont Speedway
will again be televised on the Buckeye Cable Sports Network (BCSN), as
the tape-delayed action of seven shows will hit the airways in 2005.
BCSN broadcast a couple of races in 2004, and the tape-delayed program
was such a hit with fans and sponsors, seven race nights will be aired
this season. BCSN will record the racing at "The Track That Action Built"
- Willie's Toro Lawn Mower Night, Saturday, April 30, featuring 410
sprints, 305 sprints and Coors Light Dirt Trucks;
- The Roots Poultry Night on Saturday, May 21 which pits Fremont's
tough 305 sprints against the Sprints On Dirt 360 sprints along with the
- Burger King Mid-Season Championship Night, Saturday, June 25, featuring
the 410 sprints, 305 sprints and Coors Light Dirt Trucks;
- Henry Motorsports Night featuring the Coors Light Dirt Trucks, limited
late models, vintage cars, school buses and truck power puff trucks on
Sunday, July 3;
- Pepsi Presents the Chuck Kear Memorial-Fremont 50 on Saturday, July
30, featuring a 50-lap, $5,000 to win 410 sprint feature along with the
305 sprints. The manufacturers' giveaways will also take place, where all
A-main starters receive a manufacturers' gift.;
- Lee's Famous Recipe Country Chicken Night on Saturday, Aug. 6, featuring
the 410 sprints, 305 sprints and Coors Light Dirt Trucks; and
- Kistler Engines Season Championship Night on Saturday, Sept. 24 wrapping
up the season for the 410 sprints, 305 sprints and Coors Light Dirt Trucks.
The racing action will be taped live and rebroadcast throughout the
following week on BCSN cable systems in the Toledo, Sandusky, and Oak Harbor
areas (times and dates of broadcast will be available later in the year
Last year, racing columnists "Coach" Bob Cundiff and Duane Hancock
provided the commentary for the broadcast, and the "dynamic duo" are expected
to be back behind the mics again for these seven shows.
"We're excited BCSN is coming back with more shows this year," said
Fremont Promoter Jim Ford. "It brings our exciting racing to new fans and
gives our drivers more exposure, along with their sponsors."