Thunderhill Raceway could be a busier track than usual come Saturday night. That is due to the fact that a producer/promoter of reality television is scheduled to be at the track filming footage for a possible show focusing on female drivers. The producer/promoter was set to be in town for Thunderhill’s opener, but Mother Nature washed that plan away. Thunderhill Raceway’s promoter, Bryan “Woody” Wodack talks about what exactly is set to take place on Saturday…[audio:http://www.wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Woody-what-is-taking-place-Saturday-at-the-track.mp3|titles=Woody (what is taking place Saturday at the track)]
Every Saturday, Wodack is hoping to have a full house with plenty of energy. That will be especially true this Saturday, so that the track can put its best foot forward…[audio:http://www.wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Woody-they-are-looking-to-put-best-foot-forward.mp3|titles=Woody (they are looking to put best foot forward)]
The track has a regular roster of female drivers, but Saturday night is open to all female drivers who think they have what it takes to make for good television…[audio:http://www.wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Woody-looking-for-all-female-drivers.mp3|titles=Woody (looking for all female drivers)]
Those involved with this possible reality television show are already familiar with Door County…[audio:http://www.wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Woody-producers-are-familiar-with-Door-County.mp3|titles=Woody (producers are familiar with Door County)]
Saturday night is Marchant’s Meats and Sausage Night at Thunderhill Raceway. They will have ribeye sandwiches available at the concession stand all night. Its also “Driver Autograph Night”. Fans will be able to stop at the Dan Lewis Photography trailer and purchase a checkered flag for the Thunderhill drivers to sign. The go-karts will be available for children and there will also be a bus taking some of the smaller kids around the track at intermission.