“I know how excited fans, especially Modified fans, are about this event,” said Dillner.  “Gary’s show is listened to by many people inside the Modified pits and fans alike, so I wanted to team up with his show to help answer any questions Modified fans may have about the ‘Mason-Dixon Meltdown.’  I am from Modified country originally - Long Island, New York - and I have never lost my Modified racing roots.  That is why I want everyone who has any questions, concerns, compliments or any other kind of thoughts about this race to call up and chat with me and Gary on November 6th.”

So mark it on your calendars now.  November 6, SPEED commentator Bob Dillner will be on the air with Northeastern broadcast veteran Gary Danko on “The Speedway Line Report.”  Call in to the show by dialing (203) 757-1320 from 6-7:30pm every Monday night, but don’t forget to check out Bob Dillner’s appearance on the show November 6th to ask your questions about the “Mason-Dixon Meltdown” at South Boston Speedway on November 24th and 25th.

For more information on the Mason Dixon Meltdown, contact Jeremy Troiano at (704) 455–2051 (ext: 4) and be sure to visit www.masondixonmeltdown.com. 





Now, race fans from across the country will have their opportunity to play the role of Bob Dillner and ask Dillner any questions they may have regarding the “Mason-Dixon Meltdown.”  The excitement about this event has been building throughout the summer months, but as with any first-ever event, fans have plenty of questions about the race.  That is why Dillner is making himself accessible to fans and competitors alike by appearing on New England broadcast personality Gary Danko’s “The Speedway Line Report” on Monday, November 6th.  Listen to the show live on WATR 1320-AM in Waterbury, CT or via a live online stream by logging on to www.thespeedwaylinereport.com beginning from 6-7:30pm on November 6th.
DILLNER READY TO TAKE MELTDOWN QUESTIONS ON SPEEDWAY LINE REPORT
SPEED Broadcaster and “Meltdown” Co-Promoter Joins Gary Danko November 6th
Bob Dillner makes a living asking the tough questions to NASCAR drivers and officials.  He is always the first one to get the scoop on the latest hot news in the garage.  In his time away from the NASCAR garage, Dillner has been busy working alongside the folks from the Pro All Stars Series as they co-promote the inaugural “Mason-Dixon Meltdown” at South Boston Speedway November 24th and 25th.
Bob Dillner interviews Mike Rowe earlier this season at Hickory.  (Norm Marx Photo)