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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.
Canadian-based Impact Motorsports has a new ownership group. We also dive into the weekend’s Unified Point Series results.
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.
We catch up with Chris Quenzler, who won a the Hard Core Hobby Stock Championship at Roaring Knob Motorplex in Dunbar, PA before talking with Jon Shipley and Don Santel. The duo are first and second in the ME527 Unified Points; Shipley won the last-chance event for Hard Core Compacts while Santel won the last-chance event for the Hard Core Full Size division at Roaring Knob. Shipley now has eight wins on the year and Santel has seven. We finish with Crash Course Nationals winner Bobby Krouse.
An exceptionally busy northeast weekend saw the Keystone Nationals anchor a three-derby trifecta as Burlington ran along side Spinning Wheels’ Sunday stop at Bethel Speedway. We will focus on that, welcoming some local stars who ventured to New Alexandria, PA for the Keystone Nationals. We will preview Hard Core Derby’s Final Confrontation with Frankie Guy. We will catch up with Mark Elliott to look ahead to the next dates for the ME527 Unified Point Series. It’s a busy one!
As we look ahead locally to a busy weekend at Bethel and New Alex for the 2020 Keystone Nationals, Devon Groeneveld was busy in Montana as his team scored a win. We will open with Nick Schumacher and Case Barker, and we will also dive into the season wrap-ups with Jacob Pruismann’s 448 Promotions.
We will be all over the place tonight! First, we will be catching up with Nick Quenzler following his Hobby Stock win at Labor Day Lockdown. We will finIsh with Chris Lancaster, who scored a win on the weekend and is looking ahead to some team show action in Bakken. In between, we will look at Domination’s event in Hawarden, Burlington, 448’s event, and more. Follow along in the live chat!
Tim Clark with Smash It Demolition Derbies joins us to talk about the changes to Blizzard Bash and the rest of the fall schedule. Steve Cioppa joins us to look ahead to the Keystone Nationals, booked for September 19. We will also look back on Spinning Wheels’ Mini Meltdown from the weekend.
Mark Elliott and Roaring Knob compact winner Jeremy Riley take the first stint before we welcome youth fullsize winner Alex Paluch and his dad, Eddie Paluch to the show. We finish up with Pete Hansen, who won the full size class there. Plus, I made a friend in England, derby coverage from the midwest and more!