Chili Bowl Broadcast Times Set

Tulsa, Okla., Jan.5–Fans unable to attend the sold-out 22st annual Dodge Dealers Chili Bowl Midget Nationals at the Tulsa Expo Raceway on January 8-12, can hear the action via the internet. The event can be heard on the internet at . It?s the third straight year will provide the live audio webcast of the country?s premier indoor racing event.

The RacinBoys, Scott Traylor and Kirk Elliott, are co-hosts of a popular Saturday morning Midwest regional motorsports show called “Track Talk with The RacinBoys” on the countries Largest all Sports Radio station the 50,000-watt Sports Radio 810 WHB in Kansas City, Mo.

The Racinboys will be again joined by Bryan Gapinski, well-known open wheel racing announcer. Gapinski has been involved in previous broadcasts of the Chili Bowl, in the area of television, simulcast, radio/webcast and video. Gapinski is also the media director for the Badger Midget Series and founder of the National Midget Driver of the Year. Veteran sprint car announcer Scottie Cook returns, and will cover pit and victory lane interviews.

The evenings broadcasts will start on Tuesday at 6:30 pm CST (local-Tulsa time), Wednesday-Friday Jan. 10-12 at 5:30 pm CST. The broadcast of action on Saturday will tentatively begin at 1:00pm CSTand continue until 7:00pm when broadcasting switches to the HBO pay-per-view portion of the racing action.

“With the addition of the Lucas Oil HBO Pay-Per-View TV on Saturday night, our free coverage gives fans who can’t attend in person a great opportunity to become well-informed of what’s going on leading up to the television coverage,” said Elliott. “It’s a great privilege to be able to serve Chili Bowl fans around the world.”

“We want to thank Emmett Hahn and Lanny Edwards for allowing us to do our third Chili Bowl broadcast,” said Traylor. “The positive response from around the world the last two years has been overwhelming. We had 22 counties and 41,000 log on’s to our broadcast last year.”

American Compressed Steel and the Michael Ross Memorial Foundation has been named the title sponsor of’s audio coverage of the Dodge Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. “We’re excited to be a part of for the Chili Bowl,” said Tony Ross of American Compressed Steel. “I’ve listened to their broadcast of the Chili Bowl the last two years, and they do a great job.of covering this huge event.”

Located in Sedalia, Missouri for over 25 years, American Compressed Steel, Sedalia, Inc. has been serving the reycling needs of large and small industries, local and remote businesses, large and small demolition projects, dealers and individuals without regard to the size of their operations.

The Michael Ross Memorial Foundation is a tax deductible charity and qualifies under the IRS rules governing 501(C)(3) Charities. Tony and Kathy Ross, founders of American Compressed Steel, Inc. in Sedalia, Missouri, and daughter, Nicole Ross, established the foundation and its investment fund in memory of their son and brother, Michael Paul Ross. Michael passed away in 1990 at the age of 5 years old from a very rare genetic disease known as Tay-Sachs disease.

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