Best Speedway podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Speedway Digest covers NASCAR National, Regional and Local Racing along with the NHRA and ARCA Series.
 
The C + J Speedway Review is a fans perspective on the Nascar Racing Season. Join hosts, Chris "Jabroni" Bernes and Corey Huffnagle for analysis, commentary, ​and predictions from real fans! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/cjspeedwayreview/support
 
VICS/IMS Highlights, Verizon IndyCar Series Races
 
Tim Cowlishawis the lead columnist in Dallas Ft Worth for SportsDay in the Dallas Morning News, where he has been since 1989. In that time he has covered the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Stars on a daily basis and the other local teams the Texas Rangers and Dallas Mavericks, Texas Motor Speedway and the PGA events extensively. Tim has been a regular panelist on ESPN TVs daily Around the Horn program for the past 7 years. He will continue his association with ESPN TV on Around the Horn in additi ...
 
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Pit Lane Parley
Weekly
 
Welcome to Pit Lane Parley! Your #1 stop for interviews with fan favorite IndyCar drivers, personnel, IndyCar news, discussions, and debate. We bring the best racing content to you each week! Join the debate on our social media, @pitlaneparley, where we continue the discussion! Fan questions each week are always welcome! Thank you for subscribing and we look forward to bringing you more and more IndyCar content!
 
an Indianapolis Church near Speedway, Avon, Plainfield, and Brownsburg.
 
A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time
 
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RNZ: Checkpoint
Daily+
 
Checkpoint is RNZ’s weekday drive-time news programme.Our multi-media show broadcasts on 101FM, and you can also watch it live on our website, Freeview Channel 50 and Face TV on Sky Channel 083 every weeknight from 5pm, where we tackle the stories of the day. Hosted by Lisa Owen.Send news tips and feedback to checkpoint@rnz.co.nz
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show.Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda.The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more.The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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Class Of 198X
Monthly
 
It’s Cow Chop vs. D&D vs. the ’80s in CLASS OF 198X! Join Cow Chop as they roleplay four high school misfits brought together by a horrifying alien menace invading their local mall. They’ll battle monsters, teen angst, and one another as they overcome insurmountable odds to rise from zeros to heroes to save their hometown. Watch the video version on svod.roosterteeth.com.
 
RotoViz Radio is a weekly podcast dedicated to fantasy football, the NFL, football stats, and dynasty football.
 
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Total Sport Extra
Weekly
 
Telling the unheard stories from the sporting community in the North East.
 
The Tom Taylor Sports Show is the premiere sports talk show in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Broadcasting Monday through Friday on livestream from 1-3 PM EST, Tom and his team talk Tri-Cities, regional and national sports stories all while having a ton of fun. Tom is a three-time Associated Press Tennessee Sportscaster of the year and is an emmy award winning radio host who has been broadcasting sports, talk and more for over 30 years. Tom is also a popular PA announcer for Bristol ...
 
FOX in the Fast Lane covers the world of NASCAR! Produced by FOX News Radio.
 
Get recaps, previews, and all the latest news and rumors in the racing world on “Race Talk Live” powered by CLNSRadio.com, with your host Kate Moss!
 
Off The Beaten Track is a racing podcast by the fans, for the fans, and covers racing related topics that don't always involve...well, racing.
 
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Faces of Victoria
Daily+
 
Fascinating and mild-mannered interviews with the fair citizens of Victoria, BC.
 
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Dunedin City Council has vowed to oppose racism in the city in a show of solidarity to the Muslim community after the attacks. The accused gunman lived in the city and had identified the Dunedin mosque as his initial target before turning his attention to the two sites in Christchurch. Dunedin councillors met during an extraordinary meeting thi ...…
 
Abdul Azeem Khan and Mohammad Bilal's friend Syed Areeb Ahmed was killed in the Deans Avenue mosque attack. They flew from Auckland to Christchurch today, which they say is still one of the safest places for them to practice their religion.
 
Some gun owners have publicly stated about how they're taking their guns to police to be destroyed, and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is encouraging anyone who's contemplating following suit to do so.
 
Labour, New Zealand First and the Greens have agreed on a package for gun reforms, after a lengthy Cabinet meeting yesterday. A ban on military-style semi-automatics is on the table, as are changes ranging from tougher licensing rules, and a national register for individual weapons to tougher import regulations. Political Editor Jane Patterson ...…
 
Federation of Islamic Associations of NZ spokesman Dr Anwar Ghani says it's "totally unacceptable" how long it's taking for officials to release the bodies of the mosque terror attack victims to their families.
 
An image of Manchester man Andrew Graystone standing outside a local mosque holding a sign saying he'll keep watch while Muslims pray, has gone viral. He told Checkpoint he just wanted to make people feel they were among friends instead of enemies.
 
Residents of Grafton in New South Wales, the hometown of the accused gunman, have gathered together to commemorate the victims of the attack.
 
Two young Muslim women mourning their friends who died in the terror attacks want to make it loud and clear that they are not going to let one gunman ruin their lives.
 
Some references to islamophobia and anti-immigration rhetoric have been pulled by news websites, blogs and the National Party following Friday's shootings. But has that been motivated by pure intentions or just PR?
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
The haunting tones of an Islamic prayer moved MPs to tears as Parliament held a special session to pay tribute to the victims of the mosque attacks.
 
Leaders from various government agencies, including Canterbury District Health Board, Ministry of Education and Immigration, held a joint conference today, outlining what support they are providing in Christchurch following the terror attacks.
 
Families waiting for the bodies of their loved ones to be released after Friday's massacre say they are being constantly given updated time frames which turn out to be false promises.
 
Nigel Gardner was driving past Al Noor Mosque when he saw people fleeing for their lives while the gunman shot at them as they tried to get away. Risking his own life, he stopped his car and rushed towards the victims, including a five-year-old girl shot in the back.
 
Former Home and Away and Shortland Street actor George Mason says his first appearance in a feature musical was a daunting task, but an amazing experience to be part of.Based on the real-life story of writer Rochelle Bright's parents and adapted from an acclaimed stage play, Daffodils follows a young musician (played by Kimbra) who charts the d ...…
 
Andrew Little is assuring the Muslim community in New Zealand they are safe, despite the fact threats are being made online.Fifty people were killed in terror attacks at two Christchurch mosques on Friday.Little told Mike Hosking expressions of hatred are being made and agencies and police have to assess whether they'll lead to physical violenc ...…
 
Daniel Suarez vs Michael McDowell So this happened… 1A Auto jumping in the truck EZRED Scheme- Martinsville Speedway Kyle Busch 200 wins - “All I do is win, win, win, no matter what.” Martinsville Weekend Preview: Spencer Boyd Monday Motivation
 
Tim and Steve know you're filling out your brackets, so they breakdown each region and tell you who'll dominate and who's the sleeper who'll step up. DAC @stevenwdennis @timcowlishaw weekdays 3-6 pm @1033fmESPN
 
Steve and Tim react to the NCAA Selection Committee snubbing TCU, Texas, and the Big 12. Then give you a quick preview of their brackets. DAC @stevenwdennis @timcowlishaw weekdays 3-6 pm @1033fmESPN
 
Tim and Steve tell you what the Cowboys see in WR Randall Cobb and S Clayton Geathers as they visit The Star. Then hear what Jerry Jones thinks about the Giants OBJ trade and the Cowboys FA strategy. DAC @stevenwdennis @timcowlishaw weekdays 3-6 pm @1033fmESPN
 
The Silver Ferns are set to face the New Zealand Invitation Men's Netball team in a World Cup preparation match.The historic game will be part of the upcoming International Netball Series, with the Silver Ferns also set to face the Fiji Pearls and an All Stars side at Pulman Arena in June.New Zealand Netball CEO Jennie Wyllie told Mike Hosking ...…
 
The pressure is going on social media platforms to clean up their act following the mosque shootings.The live streaming of the massacre over Facebook by the gunman was uploaded 1.5 million times.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says hate speech has no place on the platforms and that's been acknowledged by those who run them.She is calling on all s ...…
 
The mosque attacks have spiked an increasingly toxic political debate in Australia.The Greens are demanding stronger action against hate speech after Senator Fraser Anning blamed the attacks on Muslim immigration.Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the Greens anti-free speech position is just as bad.And One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has ...…
 
A number of gun owners have voluntarily given up their semi-automatic rifles in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack.Farmer and former Green Party candidate, John Hart, is one of them.Hart told Mike Hosking it has taken Friday's tragedy for farmers to question why they have the rifles in the country at all."I've had a lot of interesting f ...…
 
An inquiry into Friday's terror attacks is expected to reveal whether security agencies were looking in the right places.It will investigate whether red flags were missed by the SIS, GCSB, Police, Customs or Immigration.Andrew Little is the Minister responsible for the GCSB and SIS. He told Q + A last night he signs warrants for those agencies ...…
 
Students gathered in Hagley Park for a vigil to respect those killed in the terror attack, perform a haka.
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern emerged from a lengthy Cabinet meeting today with no details of the promised tightening of gun laws. But she insists that's not a sign of conflict at the Cabinet table and that all three government parties are in agreement.
 
Christchurch social worker and counsellor Doctor Blair Stirling told Lisa Owen the terror attack has compounded an already anxious community.
 
Three days on from the shootings, Christchurch is trying to establish some sense of normality. As Conan Young reports, for many the full weight of what has happened is only now starting to sink in.
 
Father of three, Tarik Chenafa, describes how he broke a window to escape the shooter at Masjid Al Noor mosque in central Christchurch.
 
In an emotional interview with Lisa Owen, Christchurch widow Hanan Al Adem recounts how she learned of Friday's massacre, and how she still can't believe her husband, Dr Amjad Hamid, is dead.
 
Most families of the victims of the mosque attacks have opted for a group burial likely to take place later this week, with only one body released by authorities so far.
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a formal inquiry into Friday's massacre. Political Editor Jane Patterson is in our gallery studio and joins us live.
 
Around the world, vigils, prayers and protests are being held following the Christchurch mosque attacks.
 
More than 1.1 million people have signed a petition to remove Queensland Senator Fraser Anning from Parliament after his remarks following the Christchurch mosque massacre. Australian author and commentator Peter FitzSimons explains how Australians are reacting.
 
Two hundred and fifty detectives and police are investigating the terrorist attack on two Christchurch mosques - the largest investigation in New Zealand history.
 
One community hit particularly hard by Friday's terror attack is Cashmere High School. Three of its current students and one former student died following Friday's terror attack, and the school's pupils and teachers are reeling. As students returned to class today, Cashmere Principal, Mark Wilson, spoke to visual journalist Logan Church about t ...…
 
In Dunedin, where Brenton Tarrant lived for two years, some who had interactions with him describe him as a loner, while others say they had no idea what was obviously brewing inside.
 
News from the business sector, including a market report.
 
Junaid Ismail was killed in Friday's shootings. His twin brother Zahid Ismail who survived the shooting says he desperately wants his body released and has called Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to request it happens as quickly as possible.
 
Emergency workers who went to the mosque shootings have spoken out today, saying they'll never forget the scene of hatred that confronted them. Kate Newton heard the stories of those workers today - and just a warning there is some distressing content in her report.
 
Four of the weapons owned by Brenton Tarrant were purchased online through the firearms seller Gun City. Managing director David Tipple said he supported a national debate on the future of gun laws, but he didn't want to talk about it today.
 
Lisa Owen is live in Christchurch, where thousands of students have gathered for a vigil to remember the 50 people killed in Friday's massacre. She spoke with vigil organiser, Cashmere College head boy Okirano Tilaia.
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Cabinet has made "in principle" decisions on gun laws, which will be made public by next Monday, 10 days after the Christchurch terrorist attack.
 
One terrorism expert, believes alt-right radical thinking is growing.Auckland University professor Chris Wilson says there's a line between mainstream alt-right thinking, and those who go out and commit violence.But they're all part of the same network. Wilson told Mike Hosking it's worrying."I think it's large and it's growing. It is very, ver ...…
 
A security expert says increased national surveillance won't come cheap.The country's being urged to take a rational approach to preventing future terrorism attacks.But head of Security Consulting group Mosecon, Yan St-Pierre, told Mike Hosking there can be huge costs attached."There is always a balance between more security but it also can't b ...…
 
A criminal lawyer says it may be simpler to charge the man accused of the Christchurch terror attacks under the Crimes Act, not the Terrorism Suppression Act. The man is in custody facing one charge of murder at this stage, and due to appear at the High Court at Christchurch next month.It's possible he could be charged under the Terrorism Suppr ...…
 
The Christchurch Mosque Attack has resonated with the Australian politicians - who were at the forefront of a major gun law reform after experiences of their own.In 1996, 35 people were gunned down at Port Arthur in Tasmania.Within 12 months, Australia introduced a shooters' licensing scheme, created a gun registration programme, and banned aut ...…
 
A spokesperson for the Council of Licensed Firearms Owners says any changes to New Zealand's gun laws should be thoroughly investigated before going ahead.This comes after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern promised changes to gun laws following the deadly Christchurch terror attack which left 50 people dead and many more injured.Council of Licensed ...…
 
KEY POINTS:• 50 confirmed dead, with victims ranging in age from 2 to older than 60• 34 injured people remain in Christchurch Hospital, 12 are critical in intensive care• Seven operating theatres in use, many patients will require multiple surgeries• Girl, 4, remains in critical condition in Auckland's Starship Hospital• PM Jacinda Ardern is se ...…
 
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