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August 24, 2008 | By: Jeff Werderman


[boone, IA] - - Race fans not able to make the trip to Boone, IA for the 26th running of the IMCA Super Nationals will be able to tune into www.RaceTalkLive.com. The racing action on Wednesday, September 3, 2008 through Saturday, September 6, 2008 will hit the Internet radio site RaceTalkLive.com.


Each night’s broadcast will start at 7:00 PM (CDT) and will run for four hours. Saturday night’s broadcast begins at 7:00 PM (CDT) and will run until the final A-Main is run. With more sponsor support, that broadcast window may increase. This radio web cast will be offered free to race fans thanks to some great sponsors stepping up to help cover the costs.


Aero Race Wheels (Estherville, IA) and Tri-County Heating (Wisconsin) will serve as the primary sponsors. Fastshafts (Des Moines, IA) has pledge their support as well.


"Aero and Tri-County have really stepped up to help out again this year," explains Bucky Doren. Doren has served as the chairperson to put this free Internet radio web cast together. "Fastshafts has also jumped on board. There are a few others we are still talking with to help, and then maybe we increase the four-hour broadcast each night."


Aero Race Wheels will again host their annual "Blowout Sale" at the Boone Speedway. Visit them on Manufactures Row to take advantage of their unbelievable deals. With Manufactures Row located outside the Pit Area, everyone should be able to cash in on these great year-end prices.


Fastshafts will also be on Manufactures Row, and they are available for any drive shaft or rear gear repairs that may be needed by all competitors racing at this year's IMCA Super Nationals.


Tri-County Heating has been a long time support of dirt track racing. They work on regular basis to help promote racing at the Seymour (WI) Speedway and the Shawano (WI) Speedway.


Joining Doren in the broadcast booth once again is Chris Marchese, and a host of other characters. The Super Nationals Posse may also have other guest dropping by throughout the four nights.


"We understand that with over 700 drivers from across the country, there are a lot of fans who can’t make it to the track," added Doren. "This is a way for those who can’t make it to Boone (IA) to stay up to date."


"We will again have the low-watt FM transmitter at the track," Doren stated. "This way all of 'Trailer City' - as we call it - will not miss a thing."


More information will be posted on Doren’s web site later this week (www.buckydoren.com).

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