By Gary Thomas
Fresh off the season opener in Antioch last week “KWS Tonight” will be back this Thursday with race winner Tim Kaeding and Fremont, California’s Shane Golobic as featured guests at 7pm on http://www.kwssprints.com
Golobic tied Rico Abreu for the Pit Stop USA hard charger award last weekend at Antioch and will be on the line to speak about the night, as well as his career. The 20-year-old San Jose State student will be running quite often with KWS this season and is a welcome addition to more regular action.
Kaeding raced to a 30-lap flag-to-flag victory this past Saturday and is looking forward to this coming weekend’s “Chris & Brian Faria Memorial” at the Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway. The “TK Express” will talk about his win last week and how confident he is right now behind the wheel of the Roth Motorsports KPC.
The “Kaeding Performance Flashback” will showcase highlights from the 2003 “Chris & Brian Faria Memorial” at the Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway, which was Jonathan Allard’s first career win at the track.
In addition to recapping Antioch and previewing Tulare this weekend, we will also have an announcement of a special driver that will sit behind the wheel of the DES Racing No. 6up next Saturday April 21 at the Marysville Raceway Park.
Having this legendary driver in action aboard a 410 at MRP on April 21 is sure to make the night a special one, so you won’t want to miss it!
To view the show log onto http://www.kwssprints.com starting at 7pm pst on Thursday. It will then replay on the homepage to watch at your leisurely pleasure over the next week. You can also see the show directly on the “KWS Tonight” Vimeo page at http://vimeo.com/user10076991
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