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posted September 05, 2000 01:19 PM
THRILLS ON WHEELS TO BROADCAST LIVE FROM WAYNE COUNTY FAIR

Wooster,OH--- The popular THRILLS ON WHEELS radio program will be broadcasting live this weekend in a special two hour broadcast from the Wayne County Fair in Wooster,OH over radio station WQKT 104.5 FM, a 50,000 watt radio station. The five month old dirt track racing radio program will be broadcasting live from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm with a variety of special guest race car drivers who will be appearing on the program and signing autographs for race fans.

Among some of the guests slated to appear will be All Star Circuit of Champions star Kenny Jacobs and his son, Lee Jacobs, who recently scored his career first Sprint Car feature win and claimed the 2000 Wayne County Speedway Rookie of the Year title. Also appearing will be Sprint Car stars Ed Haudenschild, Matt Lamborn, Late Model racers Ryan Markham,Blaine Aber, Charlie Duncan and Doug “The Kid” Drown, WCS Stock Car champion Mark Thompson, and several other dirt track racing stars.

Race fans are invited to stop by the Wayne County Fair broadcast booth to meet the drivers, collect autographs and perhaps get a chance to appear on the air.

Hosted by Chuck Griffith and Doc Lehman, THRILLS ON WHEELS has amassed a large audience and was recently rewarded with an extra half hour each week. Beginning September 7 THRILLS ON WHEELS will now be broadcast from the studio of WQKT 104.5 FM from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm each Sunday evening.

THRILLS ON WHEELS each week features news and results from regional race tracks and sanctioning groups as well as in-studio guests. Among some of the previous guests to appear include TNN broadcaster Brad Doty, WoO Gumout Series Director Rick Ferkel, Sprint Car drivers Steve Butler, Doug Stanley, Matt Lamborn, Late Model racers Ryan Markham, Doug “The Kid” Drown, Rick Bond, Matt Bee Aber, Took Wiles and many others.


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