Sterling Heights, MI (Sunday, March 1, 2020) - The motorsports world saw one of the most topsy-turvy weeks it has had in a long while, and Horsepower Happenings is here to try and break it all down for you, in their own topsy-turvy way. Zach HIser will be in the studio Monday night to call former World Racing Group Chief Operating Officer, Tom Deery, and 2016 Great Lakes Super Sprints Champion, Chase Ridenour.
Deery made the headlines late last week when he announced that after 14 years as the COO, he was stepping away from the position. Deery posted on Social Media that the moves creates a new chapter and new opportunities in his life. The Horsepower Happenings team will talk about that and more Monday night.
Plus, a follow up on a story that Horsepower Happenings brought you in late 2019, about Perry, Michigan's Chase Ridenour. Following the conclusion of the 2019 season, it appeared Ridenour would be without a ride for 2020, as his family owned team had gone up for sale. On Thursday it was announced that Ridenour would in fact be back behind the wheel in 2020, chasing another title.
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Story by - Zach Hiser, Motor City Racing Promotions