We catch up with Nick Plewniak and learn about his busy 2020. We will follow up on the accident that destroyed the Dirty 30, and follow up on his new ride, and the how the Dirty 30 came to be immortalized in a video game release.
Mike Ferstl returns to the Final Round Podcast to discuss Beaver’s Big Buck Races, set for August 19-22, 2021 at Grand Bend Motorplex. The night’s topics will include format, entry fees, payouts and future plans.
We welcome 2019 IHRA Summitt SuperSeries Champion Keith Cleveland and his father, Wayne Cleveland, a WNY racing star in his own right, to the studio.
Jason Oldfield, the director of the Western New York Super Rod Association and host of FL1’s Final Round Drag Racing Podcast joins us to catch up on a special New Year’s edition of the 31st Lap, and we hit on a bunch of the developing off-season news and notes.
Robin Stambaugh- Schoeman fastest pass of the year in her funny car was 6.73 at 202 mph. The car raced 17 events, and is coming off one of the final events of the season. We catch up about 2019, and what’s to come in 2020.
The long awaited appearance of car owner Phil Harnden who calls in-studio to join us on Episode No. 71 of the Final Round Podcast on FingerLakes1.com.
Pete Maduri joins us to reflect on a championship-winning campaign with the TNT Super Series.
Mike Beard joins us via skype for this edition of the Final Round. Mike is a storied bracket racer, multi-time National event winner, racer promoter (Loose Rocker Promotions), and was recently named Drag Champ’s No. 1 Sportsman Racer. We shift gears and welcome John Cira, who will touch on his High Roller Events Labor Day Weekend at Empire Dragway. We finish our fast hour talking with Bill Fritzke, who is working on a fundraiser project to benefit the Maras Family.
Ray Thurston IV joins us, and Ed McCleaft makes his return to the Final Round on a double-header episode!
We reflect on the contributions to the sport of Dick Oldfield, who recently passed on.
We welcome John Sebastian to the program, to discuss a litany of topics, including the upcoming Niagara Reunion, his model car habits, drag racing career and action at Lancaster.
Brandon Terry comes back on the air to talk about the happenings in Richmond and the RVA List competitors. Jason Blankenship (Super Street) and Mike Ratliff (Ultimate Street) finished the year atop the RVA standings.