Friday, July 30, 2010

Bee Broadcasting To Air K&N Pro Series West Race

Bee Broadcasting To Air NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Race From Montana Raceway Park

KALISPELL, Mont. (July 27, 2010)-Officials with Bee Broadcasting, TTC Thornton and Montana Raceway Park have announced that the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race set for August 7 will be aired live on Montana Country 106.3 The Bear.

The Rumble in the Rockies Toyota Napa Auto Parts Bonus Challenge features drivers from one of NASCAR's premier divisions including Eric Holmes, Paulie Harraka, Moses Smith, Jonathan Gomez, Greg Purlsey, David Mayhew and many more.

Also racing that evening will be the top late models drivers on the West Coast 125-lap shootout featuring Mark Owens, Alex Lessor, Bodie Morton, Billy Salmonsen, Gary Lewis, Brian Lavant, David Garber, Wrango West and many more short track stars vying for a $5,000 payout to the winner.

"Having NASCAR come to the Flathead Valley with the K&N Pro Series West is an honor for our facility, the fans who support Montana Raceway Park and the racers who will be here to take part in the weekend events," said general manager and promoter Justin Rody. "The broadcast of the Rumble in the Rockies NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts Bonus Challenge will be an exciting addition to an already outstanding night of activities put together by TTC Thornton, Bill McAnally Racing and Bee Broadcasting and it's here at the Flathead Valley 's only professional sporting venue."

Leading the play-by-play team will be veteran motorsports writer and announcer, Doug Pace, along with rising on-air talent, Reed Tobol. Providing in-depth reports from pit row is former NASCAR driver, Shane Biles, who has won at Montana Raceway Park and is co-host of Northsound Racing heard on KRKO 1380 AM in the Puget Sound area.

Fans are encouraged to bring their portable radios to hear all the action from the grandstands. Montana Country 106.3 The Bear has a signal strength that should provide quality sound throughout Western Montana and parts of Southern Canada .

For those unable to listen to the broadcast a near live experience will be offered at .

Source — Montana Raceway Park/dp

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