Dave Diver joins us to talk about the derby he is hosting in September, and then we talk about a super-clean Buick Jason Brodzinski stumbled upon in his travels.
This week, we meet Kenny Swingle and Andy Wolfanger, discussing the local landscape in the Finger Lakes and they pull the curtains off a unique perk for the Caledona Crash and Jam Festival. Then, we stay in the hobby stock realm as we talk with Todd Morgan, who is running the hobo class at Capital City Carnage later this month.
This week, we start a half-hour earlier than usual, welcoming Sam Williams, Rob Heuer and Jason Brodzinski to talk about Capital City Carnage, the Climax 100,000, the raffle car and the UD Fantasy Leagues.
This week, we open with a conversation about how the FTR Spring Showdown came to be, and then follow up with Mike Brown regarding the whereabouts of his Blizzard Bash Cadillac that never ran.
We welcome Pete Hansen back for another incomparable appearance, and Zach Riggs joins us for his first podcast appearance.
This week, open with memories of Jesse Howe, a storied southern tier driver who was beloved by many. Then, we look back on the busy week between NAPA WinterSLAM and the Northeast Derby Banquet in Owego, and discuss with Jake Sherman his experience in the compact division at WinterSLAM. At the end, we catch up with an elated Ed Brewster, who with JMW and Cow RC Demo Derby joined Tyler Spittle in hosting the first-ever rc derby at the Motorama Event in Harrisburg, PA. HT RC also hosted a $1,000 to win rc derby over the weekend in Ohio, drawning more than 50 cars.
This week, we recap WinterSlam 2016 and talk with 80’s Chain Class winner Stacy Flynn and then compact class winner Jerad Ryan. We also discuss the Valentine’s Day Massacre at DeSoto Speedway in Bradenton, Fla. and Randy Randy Mosloski’s impressive showing in the leftover weld class with his compact heat-winning Lumina. We finish up with a quick conversation with Jordan Rutherford about the Mo-Ohio Championships this weekend.
This week, we dive a little deeper into the Cadillac realm, talking with Troy Tag in California, then Chris and Jill Lancaster from Minnesota.