Racing Journalist Steve Post at IMRRC Dec. 16
Post, a pit road reporter for radio and TV networks as well as an announcer at several race tracks, will share his stories in his talk “Speaking of Life in the Fast Lane” on Saturday, Dec. 16, at the International Motor Racing Research Center.
The 1 p.m. talk is the last of the Center’s 2017 monthly Center Conversations talk series. It is sponsored in part by the Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce and is open to all. The Racing Research Center is located at 610 S. Decatur St., Watkins Glen.
A $5 donation for admission is requested to help defray costs.
The talk will be live-streamed at www.youtube.com/user/IMRRC/live or via the Center’s website at www.racingarchives.org/stream/. The talk also will be archived on the Center’s You Tube channel to watch in the future.
Post has been involved with racing since landing a job at Pocono Raceway in 1986 after graduating from Penn State with a degree in marketing.
Today he is a pit road reporter for the Motor Racing Network covering NASCAR’s Monster Energy Cup Series, Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series. He is co-host of “Winged Nation” on MRN.com and MAVTV and a contributor to NASCAR USA.
“To me, Steve Post is the quintessential ‘small town’ guy who made good on the ‘big stage’ through years of hard work, drive, persistence and a considerable amount of talent,” said Kip Zeiter, IMRRC’s coordinator of visitor services and outreach and a friend of Post’s.
“Steve is first and foremost a race fan, and anyone who has ever met him or listened to him on the Motor Racing Network knows this instantly. We invite everyone to spend an afternoon sharing the excitement of motor racing with someone who has spent his career ‘Speaking of Life in the Fast Lane’,” Zeiter said.
Post has been the announcer at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Summer Shootout Series since1998. He’s also on the microphone at Concord (N.C.) Speedway, Lincoln (Pa.) Speedway and Path Valley (Pa.) Speedway.
In January, Post will be the announcer at Indoor Auto Racing Series competition in Allentown, Pa., and Atlantic City, sponsored by Area Auto Racing News.
This series features TQ midget cars, and one of the cars will be on display at the Racing Research Center for Post’s talk. The Center is organizing a bus trip to the Albany, N.Y., Indoor Auto Racing Series race on Feb. 10.
Post’s reporting duties additionally include weekly contributions to “Raceline,” a nationally syndicated motorsports television program. He also does speaking engagements through his business, Steve Post Motorsport Communications. He lives in Concord, N.C.