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James Brown pulled down the win at Burlington in the Weld Compact division. We catch up with him before traversing a number of derby topics.
Kyle Baker joins us to talk about the win at Buried Alive, and then we welcome Mark and Marcella Benjamin to the studio. We will talk about the upcoming RDP Blizzard Bash online derby, and look at the RDP’s Suicide Prevention and Awareness Initiative.
The northeast enjoyed some hard-hitting derby action over the two days of TJ McCullough’s Buried Alive Derby in Cumberland, MD. We will talk with $10,000-class winner Tim Mann, two-event winner Steven Sickles, Rumble winner Ken Kiskadden and McCullough in this episode.
Guy Raymond has two wins and a second in his last three starts, and they came within a week of each other for the hometown-focused driver. We will catch up with him and then shift gears to Brenden Whisman, who won the Rear Wheel Drive Super Stocks at Courthouse Crash.
We welcome 2019 Keystone Nationals Champion Steve Cioppa to the show to talk about his busy and successful summer, and look ahead to this year’s edition of Blizzard Bash.
Frankie Guy with Hard Core Derby Promotions joins us for a quick chat, then we look ahead to Bash for Cash with Tim Clark. We finish with Jamie St. Mary as he prepares for the annual Memorial Day trip to Ohio. We will also catch up quick with Barry Clemens, who won King of the Ring over the weekend.
Justin Riley won at the Land of Legends Raceway over the weekend. A 30-car derby anchored the weekend’s racing action; Tony Wise was second and Jerry Ott was third. Justin joins us by phone and event heavy-hitter Zach Herman visits the studio. We round out the program with John King, who has some changes forthcoming for 2019, and will host a derby Saturday at Fulton Speedway. Joey Pernice joins us late to celebrate his win at New Alex in Pennsylvania.
Josh Decker returns to Crash Course to give us the lowdown on Spinning Wheels Productions and Stirrin’ Dirt, with the Mini Meltdown and May Mania team derbies on deck in the coming weeks.
We touch base with Nick King, who is getting ready for another busy summer, about the upcoming River City Rampage. Then, we shift gears to Chad Markley, to discuss the upcoming King of the Ring Derby.
We welcome Urban Destruction winner Ty Richards to the program, and then catch up with Ed Brewster as he maps out his plans for next month’s Bash for Cash weekend in Chillicothe, Ohio.
Virginia was full of action this weekend where Bill Orndorff picked up an 80s stock class victory. Chaos in the Valley moved to Clear Brook, VA outside of Winchester for their 2019 April event. Steve Cioppa added a Mod Class win, and Mike Clinger scored the 70s Wire Class feature. Brandon Dixon joins us as well, to talk about the upcoming Urban Destruction event.