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.
We catch up with Sam Williams to talk about the upcoming holidays, and his plans for the 2016 Capital Carnage event back in Topeka, Ks.
Wednesday is the cutoff to RSVP for the New Year’s Eve Party. We must have your names by next Wednesday (Dec. 23) for head count. Only a small number of walk-up, un-announced tickets will be available at the door. There is no price change at the door.
Brad Tice is selling-out of derby. But, he has one car left and he will be raffling off that 1975 Riviera at the Crash Course New Years Eve Bash in Waterloo Dec. 31!. Tickets are $100.
A portion of what he brings in, Brad will generously donate back to the podcast for equipment and travel.
Don’t forget New Year’s Eve!
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This week, we talk with Hank Pencek and Jimmy Ellman. Ellman lost his brother, Chad, in January, then was an unlikely winner at the Chautauqua County Fair in July. Riding the momentum, he drove to third at the New York State Fair Championship in Syracuse Labor Day weekend. We also talk with Randy Mosloski, who promotes the WinterSlam event, presented by Napa Auto Parts, in Garden City, MN. We wrap up with Tim Clark, and an update on the new home for Bash for Cash.
Video replay of all the action in Pennsylvania over Labor Day Weekend.
Limited Welds and all of Night 2