August 17, 2021

Episode 184: KevinFeeney

Kevin Feeney talks about his incredible journey from being hospitalized with COVID this past winter and not being sure he would pull through to competing with the King of The Wing/Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Sprint Car series during their swing through Tennessee.  We are just thankful that Kevin is still here and graciously gave some of his time to share his story. 

T.J. visits with Parker Price-Miller to discuss his sudden appointment to drive the Roth Motorsports 83 car for the Ironman 55 weekend and his upcoming Knoxville Nationals effort with legendary mechanic and car owner Guy Forbrook. 

T.J. has owner Jeremy Elliott join the podcast to break down the penalties levied against Aaron Reutzel and Roth Motorsports by the World of Outlaws due to alteration of a chassis inspection sticker placed on a car that had previously not passed inspection. 

This edition of the Podcast features Kaleb Hart breaking down the sale of Skagit Speedway and Logan Wagner discusses his return to the Knoxville Nationals next week with Zemco Racing.  

October 12, 2020

Episode 182: A.J. Flick

A.J. Flick joins T.J. on this week's podcast to discuss his 2020 season along with his journey to racing 410 sprint cars in Western and Central Pennsylvania.  

The Podcast looks ahead to the Jim Ford Classic this week with 2020 Attica Raceway Park and Attica Fremont Championship Series champion Cap Henry and Fremont Speedway announcer Brian Liskai.  

This week something a little different talking with two drivers.  Dustin Ingle discusses his first career sprint car victory at Fremont Speedway with the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series while Jay Steinebach talks about his second place run with GLSS on Saturday at I-96 Speedway. 

September 21, 2020

Episode 179: Sean Rayhall

This edition of the podcast features IRA Sprint Car driver Sean Rayhall. Likely the only FIA Gold Rated driver that will ever appear on this podcast, Rayhall takes us through interesting journey through motorsports from karts, short tracks in the southeastern United States, road racing at a championship level internationals, winning Indy Lights races, to chasing a dream of becoming a full time sprint car driver.  

September 14, 2020

Episode 178: Nate Dussel

Nate Dussel is featured on this week's edition of the podcast to discuss his roller coaster ride through the 2020 season along with his victory Saturday at Fremont Speedway. 

This edition of the podcast features Trevor Hollis in the co-host seat discussing stepping away from the microphone at Crystal Motor Speedway after 17 seasons.  T.J. also had the pleasure to talk to Central Pennsylvania sprint car driver Dylan Cisney about the upcoming Tuscarora 50 weekend and a variety of other topics.

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