We talk with Capital City Carnage 2019 compact champion Nate Middendorf and CCC’s 2019 Limited Weld runner up Zach Johnson as we count down the final days until this year’s spring visit to the Stormont Vail Events Center.
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.
Dan Bolton makes his way to FL1 Studios to hang out for an episode. We take a look at his career before looking ahead to Capital City Carnage with Smash It’s TIm Clark. We finish with Ed Brewster, who is travelling back to Midlothian, VA from Motorama in Harrisburg, PA.
Joey LaGrander joins us to recap his win at NAPA WinterSLAM in the 80s chain class, and then we catch up with division maddog award winner Todd Wiirre. After recapping WinterSLAM, we will catch up with JMW Motorsports’ Ed Brewster for a 2020 preview. Ed is preparing to head off to Motorama this weekend. We will finish up with Mark Elliott, who updates us on the recent developments with the Unified Points Series.
The happiest derby driver in America joins us to talk about his experience at ArtBasel Weekend and the BaselHouse Mural Festival in Miami.
The always up-beat Eileen Mann joins us to discuss derby in New England, Woodbooger’s Northeast Championship, and shop safety.
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 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 return to the air this week with No. 286, talking to a few winners and standouts from our time off. Michael J. Maxton took his first win at Coffeyville, KS in Limited Weld action. Paul Cox earned another Mad Dog award; this time it was at UTC and there were hints at more action with his NY Twin coming up in 2019. We finish with another truck story, where Nate Middendorf won at Bird Island in MN. We return to the air this week with No. 286, talking to a few winners and standouts from our time off. Michael J. Maxton took his first win at Coffeyville, KS in Limited Weld action. Paul Cox earned another Mad Dog award; this time it was at UTC and there were hints at more action with his NY Twin coming up in 2019. We finish with another truck story, where Nate Middendorf won at Bird Island in MN. We will also dive into the success of Team SYF at Herkimer, Co. winning nearly half of the heats contested at their hometown.
Our thoughts are also with the derby family and emergency responders in Deer Lodge, MT following the fatal accident at the Powell Co. Fairgrounds Sunday.
James Brown stops in to talk about having his derby car at the Geneva City Cruisin’ NIght and his win at the Ontario County Fair. From there, we talk with Sam Bandow, who won Stirrin’ Dirt Racing’s Wasatch Wipeout event in Utah. In New York, Mike Ingraham is preparing a sub-framed Mopar for Spinning Wheels’ Imperials Vs. The World event Sunday at Otsego County Fairgrounds in Morris, NY.
Wayne Van Lant made a promise to drive his derby car one more time, and he kept it. We talk to Wayne about his emotional weekend. Danny Gill also claimed an emotional prize, taking $10,000 in winning the Northeast Championship in Brockton, Mass.