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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.
Cheesy and Darric Wurth, who are each entered to run Modified cars at Capital City Carnage, join us to talk about the builds and the battles. We will also highlight the Blue Ridge Bash and take a look at the latest Unified Points Series developments.
This Monday’s edition welcomes Brett Relyea to the studio to discuss Team Smith Metal Works’ win at the Sin City Showdown. We will follow up with the second set of team winners from Stirrin Dirt’s Vegas classic next week. Also scheduled, we wrap up our 2019 Blizzard Bash Coverage. First, we talk with Team Heavy D representatives Jackson Bernstein and John Hase, who won the Qualifying Bracket. We will finish up with Rob Heuer, who ran with Team Caddy Nation in winning the Limited Weld bracket.
We kick off our indepth Champions Recaps from Blizzard Bash X with a conversation with Team Kansylvania and MN Madness.
Kansylvania’s Chad Markley and Justin Montgomery became three-time winners in the National Bracket, and MN Madness backed up their success at Capital City Carnage with a team win in the compact bracket.
We visit with several builders in the midst of final preparations for Blizzard Bash, which starts Wednesday in Topeka.
As we continue to march toward Blizzard Bash X, we catch up with two-time Limited Weld Team Champion Zach Ponzer, of Team Azzkikr, and inaugural Compact team winner Jacob Wood of Team OMM on this week’s edition of The Crash Course Podcast on FingerLakes1.com.
We welcome Brad Witt and Trent Shaefer to talk about another element of Blizzard Bash 2019 – The RC Derby. Then, we shift gears to welcome Shenandoah Valley-based derby reporter Justin Smith, who will recap this past weekend’s Chaos in the Valley.
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.