Sterling Heights, MI - On the latest episode of Horsepower Happenings, Zach Hiser and Rich Frantz call a pair of $10,000 winners from over the weekend - Tyler Roahrig and Travis Stemler. Plus, the guys break down a full weekend of racing including the Great Lakes Super Sprints, Allstar Performance Late Model Challenge Series, and more.
Roahrig started off the big money weekend on Thursday, racing his way to victory for the fifth time during the Summer Sizzler at New Paris Speedway. Roahrig talks about how he drove to Victory Lane, why he favors the track, and what makes him successful there. Plus, the Indiana native discusses not racing at Kalamazoo Speedway in 2020, as well as his plans for the remainder of the season.
Then, Travis Stemler joins the program to discuss the biggest win of his career to date, the 32nd running of the WoodTic at Merritt Speedway. After lap money as part of the Dan Salay Memorial, Stemler collected over $10,000 for his efforts. He discusses that win, and talks about how his Chad and Kayla Anklem Racing number 4 has come to life over the last few weeks.
In addition to all that, Zach and Rich also provide exclusive behind the scenes interviews with drivers like Chad Finley, Eric Spangler and Jeep VanWormer from the WoodTic, as well as Jay Steinebach and Chase Ridenour from the Great Lakes Super sprints at Tri City Motor Speedway.
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