DC Bash, BAS Racing Network Bring Berlin ARCA 200 to Airwaves (TOLEDO, Ohio) - Saturday's Berlin ARCA 200, the 12th race of 20 in the 2010 ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX and Menards season, will air live on six radio stations via the BAS...
DC Bash, BAS Racing Network Bring Berlin ARCA 200 to Airwaves
(TOLEDO, Ohio) - Saturday's Berlin ARCA 200, the 12th race of 20 in the 2010 ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX and Menards season, will air live on six radio stations via the BAS Racing Network from Berlin Raceway in Marne, Mich.
Bringing the high-octane power of the stock car racing series to the air will be DC Bash, lead anchor and lap-by-lap commentator for the BAS Racing Network. The BAS broadcast will begin at 8 p.m., with the green flag slated for 8:30.
Stations airing BAS's exclusive coverage of the Berlin ARCA 200 include: 1340 AM WJRW (WJRW-AM, Grand Rapids, Mich.); Eagle 99.1 (WFRO-FM, Fremont, Ohio); Eagle 93.7 (WQIO-FM, Mount Vernon, Ohio); 980 WONE (WONE-AM, Dayton, Ohio); WIZE 1340 AM (WIZE-AM, Springfield, Ohio); and FM100 Talks 100.1 (WNUY-FM, Fort Wayne, Ind.). The broadcast will also be available on ARCARacing.com.
The sounds of DC Bash are well-known to motorsports fans in the Midwest, as BAS also airs coverage of the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series event in Norwalk, Ohio, as well as seven dates at Eldora Speedway in Ohio. Also of note is the network's coverage of the Knoxville Nationals, an annual Iowa sprint car event lauded as the most prestigious of its kind.
Though no live television broadcast is scheduled, race fans will have the chance to connect with the ARCA Racing Series with the series' online video offering, "Inside ARCA."
"Inside ARCA," the series' official pre-race show, is presented by ARCA Nation and will air on ARCARacing.com at 6 p.m. Saturday. The 30-minute show is hosted by Don Radebaugh and will feature several drivers entered in the Berlin ARCA 200. Recent guests include nine-time ARCA champion Frank Kimmel, series points leader Justin Marks, and Craig Goess.
The Berlin ARCA 200 is the first of four races in pursuit of the Bill France Four Crown, the season-within-a-season contest which rewards ARCA Racing Series drivers for success on a diverse slate of tracks. The Four Crown schedule is comprised completely of the ARCA Racing Series races scheduled for August, to be held at Berlin (short track), New Jersey Motorsports Park (road course; August 15), the (Springfield) Illinois State Fairgrounds (dirt track; August 22), and Chicagoland Speedway (1.5-mile speedway; August 27). Parker Kligerman won Four Crown honors last season before finishing second in the final series standings.