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Jim Beaver has his good friends Matt Tuccillo and Lindsay Orridge on the show this week talking their new company Wall Street Motorsport and general motorsport shenanigans, and Polaris engineer and UTV racer Andy Ives stops by to talk on his latest event. Be sure and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and follow @JimBeaver15 on social media. Manscaped.com…
 
It's eRacr Carnomaly 500 night, as some of the world's best sim racers take on iRacing and Daytona International Speedway at speeds of over 230 miles per hour in the NASCAR Car of Tomorrow. Find out which real-world and sim racing champions will go for it from the back of the grid, and be sure to root for Dan Roeper in the #61 Motorsports Drop Chev…
 
In the first of a two-part interview, former Rahmoc Enterprises co-owner Butch Mock remembers his beginnings in the sport in South Florida, the decision to make the move to Winston Cup and the struggles he and Bob Rahilly faced once they got there. After going through several drivers in a few short years, an opportunity with Neil Bonnett and Warner…
 
Ben Rhodes is undefeated in 2021 in Truck Series competition, so does that mean the competition should look at his team differently this year? Rhodes joins the show to discuss; plus what victory lane has been like in the COVID era; if not having multiple wins in a season ever weighed on him or brought worries about job security; why Rhodes thinks t…
 
Ward Burton remembers his move to Bill Davis Racing, that first Winston Cup win at Rockingham, the 2002 Daytona 500, his not-so-pleasant split from the Davis operation and his adherence to The Code. In our second segment, hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid tackle the October 26, 1995 issue of Winston Cup Scene, which featured coverage of the terribl…
 
Freddie Kraft, spotter for Bubba Wallace, joined the show right before the season began to share what his offseason was like and what his spotting plans are for the 2021 season. Kraft explains his relationship with Wallace; how drivers go through vetting spotters; a season he dreaded with Greg Biffle; knowing the drivers he won’t work with; defendi…
 
Meet Scott Sengpiel, friend, Father, racer, builder also Jarod's liaison to the iconic brand Snap-on Tools the 100+ year old tool manufacturer and brand. Scott and Jarod talk about their relationship, Scotts background and how he's never er left Wisconsin but ENJOYS the evolution of their relationship and how Sam Nalven will NEVER be on this podcas…
 
Rick Houston (of the Scene Vault Podcast) has put together a 10-episode podcast documentary set to drop on the 20th anniversary of the 2001 Daytona 500. Houston walks us through putting together something on the 2000 and 2001 seasons and the rash of driver deaths; the people connected to those drivers that he was able to interview for the project; …
 
Not only did astronaut Doug Hurley command the first crewed Demo-2 SpaceX mission to the International Space Station last summer, he is also a HUGE NASCAR fan. Doug joins us this week as a guest co-host. Our interview is the first of what will be a two-part conversation with Ward Burton. This week, Ward discusses his love for the outdoors, his stin…
 
Kip Childress wears two hats for NASCAR as both the assistant Cup Series director and the pace car driver. In today’s episode, we dig into both roles by discussing a variety of topics. First, what his offseason to-do lists consist of; breaking down his responsibilities in the garage; being a sounding board and go-to person for teams; the new way of…
 
In this installment of our interview, Jeff Hammond remembers escapades with Dale Earnhardt and his attempts to bring Earnhardt into the Junior Johnson & Associates fold. Instead of hiring Earnhardt, however, Johnson brought former foe Darrell Waltrip on board. And while Waltrip's reception with his new teammates was quite frosty, he went on to capt…
 
The Urban Outlaw, the Porsche dude that looks like Rob Zombie, He's a true Road Runner Magnuis Walker and he's so much more than those things. Magnus is a fun loving dude that has a story to share, as unique as his car collection and his 27,000 sq ft warehouse in downtown Los Angeles. Listen to Jarod and Magnus talk about life, loss and love for th…
 
Sheldon Creed is back on the podcast, but now he does so as the reigning Camping World Truck Series champion. Creed shares what his offseason has been like and getting into dirt racing; if his championship accomplishment has set in and why he doesn’t want to pay attention to the press clippings; keeping the team together; growing into the NASCAR en…
 
In the second installment of our interview with Jeff Hammond, Jeff remembers his impression of Darrell Waltrip before DW came to Junior Johnson & Associates as the team's driver ... and Johnson's reaction to Cale Yarborough's decision to leave the team at the end of the 1980 season. In our second segment, hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid pick thro…
 
Cliff Daniels and his group haven’t changed anything regarding a seat in their race cars in over 15 years, but with Jimmie Johnson retired and Kyle Larson entering it has made for an even busier offseason. Daniels, the crew chief of the No. 5 team, chats about how things are going getting prepared for Daytona; how he’s been adjusting to the role wi…
 
In the first of what will eventually be a SIX-part interview -- in two separate three-episode arcs -- Jeff Hammond gives listeners insight into his very earliest days as a NASCAR fan. So taken with the sport was Hammond, he was determined to find a spot working for a team. After stints with several different teams, Hammond finally landed with Walte…
 
New NASCAR driver Santino Ferrucci is excited and ready for the challenge for stock cars. This week, Ferrucci explains how a deal to run Xfinity Series races with Sam Hunt Racing came to be; people he talked to about making a transition to NASCAR; anticipating habits Ferrucci will have to break in stock cars; the first impression from a late model …
 
In the second and final installment of our interview with Phil Parsons, he recalls winning his first Winston Cup event at Talladega in 1988. Less than two years later, however, Phil was unceremoniously dumped by Morgan-McClure Motorsports just three races into the 1990 season. Phil also discusses rumors that he had substantial problems with his eye…
 
Yes, its B.E.E.R. but this episode we talk vodka, Specifically TRUST ME VODKA. I sit down with Mitchell Bailey a talented marketer, designer and a fan of very similar interests of mine. Good times, art, libations, golf and more. Listen to Mitchell and I rap out and have some fun in his decked out backyard including, pool, bar and Golden Tee video g…
 
Jacob Seelman of Speed Sport is here to help provide a helpful and fun preview of this week’s Chili Bowl Nationals and how it’s going to look in a pandemic. Seelman explains the draw of the prestigious midget car event; how many will make the feature event; how the week of practice and prelims work; his racing connection and background, and how lon…
 
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