radio shows covers Ohio motorsports
Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011
Contact: Brian Liskai
FREMONT, Ohio - Beginning
Thursday, Feb. 3, race fans in Northern and Central Ohio can keep up with
the racing action from across the Buckeye state and beyond by tuning their
radios to Eagle 99.1, the Wolf 92.1; or Eagle 93.7 FM for the Buckeye Speedzone.
The show will air every Thursday
from 6-7 p.m. (EST) and will include interviews with drivers, promoters
and all the movers and shakers of racing.
Buckeye Speedzone host Brian
Liskai and co-host Scott Barman, who began a racing program on WFRO in
Fremont, Ohio, nearly 12 years ago, will once again hit the airways.
Liskai, who is the track
announcer and public relations director for both Fremont Speedway and Attica
Raceway Park - two of the most exciting and successful dirt tracks in the
nation - said he and Barman are extremely grateful to once again share
their love of racing on the radio.
“Scott and I are lifelong
race fans first and foremost. We want to see our sport grow and prosper
and share with others that excitement of racing. We are lucky in Northwest
Ohio to have such great entertaining racing. We have the most knowledgeable,
passionate fans and some of the most talented drivers and crews you will
find any where in the United States and we want to get the word out to
others...we know we can get a lot of other people hooked on this sport,”
For over the past year, Liskai
and Barman have hosted an internet racing talk show called the Last Lap
“The Buckeye Speedzone will
get us to more listeners as we focus on the local racing scene and also
branch out to other forms of racing. If it has a motor and races...we’re
going to talk about it,” said Liskai.
Tom “TK” Klein, co-owner
of WFRO-FM said BAS Broadcasting is committed to racing.
“We’re happy to have Brian
and Scott on our broadcast team. We think the move to Thursday night for
the Buckeye Speedzone is excellent...good for the tracks, the drivers and
their sponsors. We look forward to another exciting racing season,” said
Listeners who live outside
the radio area can go to www.basohio.com to listen over the internet.
The BAS Racing Network is
also planning live race coverage from area tracks in 2011.
Business who would like to
reach thousands of potential customers - studies have shown race fans are
some of the most loyal purchasers in the world - can advertise on the Buckeye
Speedzone. Call Brian Liskai at 419-271-3299 to find out how to help your