Fan4Racing Fan2Fan NASCAR-NHRA Talk – Monday, September 30, 2013

Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Sal Sigala, Monday, September 30th, 8:30 to 10pm ET as we bring fans the smartest racing talk around on Fan4Racing Fan2Fan NASCAR-NHRA Talk!

Check out our Fan4Racing round table panel discussion with drivers, crew and other racing personalities about the hottest topics leading up to the next race! 

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This episode starts our Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk segment with our Fan4Racing team discussion with Jason Patison, VicePresident MAV TV and Co-Owner of Lucas Oil MX Park.

Then¬†Dylan Kwasniewski, K&N Pro Series East driver and star of ‘Flat Out’ joins the conversaton. And we’ll get in some Sprint Cup Chase conversation too.

Next returning guest, Lee Montgomery, who calls himself a promoter of GEICO and Lucas Oil joins the NHRA Talk segment of the show.

Also, a segment on the podcast with racer Uli Perez is a surprise addition to this episode. 

  • Introductions – Inspiring stories
  • Q&As with¬†Jason Patison – Dylan Kwasniewski – Lee Montgomery
  • NASCAR¬†NHRA¬†hot topics
  • Fan2Fan NASCAR – NHRA Talk for next week
  • Tell us what you want to talk about

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Global Rallycross: Q&A with Joey Mancari, Director of Competition

Photo - Joey Mancairi facebook page

Photo – Joey Mancairi’s¬†twitter page

Earlier this year as the Global Rallycross Championship was preparing for their 2013 season, there was plenty of work to do in series headquarters. One of the new additions to GRC staff for 2013 is Joey Mancari, who comes to the sport with nearly three decades of professional motorsports experience, including NASCAR’s K&N Pro Series.

Mancari is now serving as GRC’s director of competition in 2013, taking on a host of responsibilities both at and away from the track. As we prepare for the season launch, he was happy to sit down and tell us about his role in the sport, and what to expect this season. Continue reading

Lucas Oil Presents Tom Bogner

Learn about Lucas Oil’s Motorsports Manager, Tom Bogner. Although this video is from 2010, it illustrates Tom Bogner’s ‘hands-on’ approach in supporting his company and motorsports’ customers using their products.

Tom Bogner is a returning guest on Fan4Racing Fan2Fan NASCAR-NHRA Talk, on Monday, September 16th, at 9:30pm ET. Call 347-996-5176 to interact with Tom Bogner during the LIVE broadcast Q&A segment.  

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Seeking NASCAR Super Fans attending Daytona 500

Travel ChannelAre you a die-hard fan of NASCAR and attending the Daytona 500?

Travel Channel will be filming at this year’s Daytona 500 and is seeking NASCAR super fans for a new series episode.¬†Are you…. Continue reading

The Unique Beauty of NASCAR

Notes-Quotes333x250By Rich Foust

There are many forms of racing all over the globe, each having a unique personality making them special. NASCAR has a unique beauty that cultivates drivers as well as fans. 

The beauty of NASCAR are their many divisions offering a ‘stairway’ to their top series, but also creating an environment for fan involvement at each level. Fans can watch a young driver come from local tracks in the Whelen, ASA, East and West coast series’ and advance to the elite Camping World Trucks, Nationwide and eventually the Sprint Cup Series’.

There is no other racing series that has so much diversity within its ranks, allowing talented drivers to start on 3/8 – and 1/4-mile local tracks in a small towns across the nation, and with luck and hard work, end up racing in NASCAR’s top division with the best drivers in the world.

While the basics are similar in NASCAR’s top-three divisions – technology of the race vehicles, rules structure of the teams and equipment – the Camping World Trucks, Nationwide and Sprint Cup Series’ are as much dis-similar as they are similar.

As fans contemplate the start of the 2013 season, I will take a closer look at the differences in NASCAR’s top-three divisions and how they are special in there own right, with their own unique attraction for fans.