Can't get enough talk about auto racing and cars? If that's the case, then do we got a show for you! The Racing Line is a radio show broadcast each Tuesday evening, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern Time, out of WVLT-FM 92.1 in Vineland, New Jersey. It is hosted by longtime Sports Car Club of America member Bill Von Suskil.
The Racing Line first hit the airwaves in 2016, starting out with shows being broadcast every fifth Saturday. Then and still today, the topic is everything SCCA -- with a particular focus on events occurring in the general area of New Jersey. And since Bill is a member of SCCA's South Jersey Region, special emphasis is often paid to that Region's activities.
There have been many exciting guests interviewed on the show. Lee Holman, of Holman & Moody, has been on the program, as has successful racer George Alderman. And recently, it was Courtney Rivers, Program Manager for SCCA's Track Night in America Driven by Tire Rack program, who spent some time talking with Bill about what's in store for the coming year for Track Night. You can listen to that show by clicking the link below.
It doesn't matter the type of racing -- HillClimb, autocross, dirt, drag racing, lawnmower, pro or amateur -- The Racing Line has fun talking about anything. If you're not in the general vicinity of Vineland, New Jersey, to hear the broadcast on an FM radio, you can listen online. Tune in through WVLT.com, TuneInRadio.com, SJR-SCCA.org, and PerformanceMotorsportsNetwork.com.
Don't forget that registration is currently open for Track Night in America Driven by Tire Rack events taking place around the country through May. And on April 1, registration will open for events taking place in June. As always, be quick if you want to reserve a spot at one of those events since they fill up fast! Visit the Track Night in America events page to see what's coming up near you!
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