Wrap up show for the 2019 Racing season Guest for the Last Show on November 23 will be nascar mike helton at 10:20am and at 11:00am is mark hauser and at 11:20am joe Delaney Allen Hill will give a wrap up on the Local Racing seasons at 11:30am
Today's Guest is John Craft is a name many of you may remember from the early days of the Talladega printed Registry. He now focuses on the Grand National Ford Aero cars and has some terrific information and facts he wants to share with all of us. He is no longer as active in the street versions but fondly remembers the ones in his past. He recalls driving a Talladega on the street for 16 years! I can assure you he has forgotten more details about these cars than most of us will ever learn! The following information is edited from information supplied by John. This is only the first installment of several articles we will be publishing on the info provided by John. https://www.talladegaspoilerregistry.com/…/john-kraft-talk…/
Guest on Start your Engines this week Oct 12 is Iron Man Jack Ingram
Jack Ingram was the first full-time driver from what was known as the NASCAR Busch Series to gain induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2014 after a stellar career that saw him score two series championships in 1982 & 1985.
The Asheville, North Carolina native also finished in the top-10 in the final points standings for eight consecutive seasons between the inaugural season in 1982 through 1989.
Guest on Start your Engines this week on Start your Engines is Jerry Mason of Mason Hot Rod and Former Employee of Bud Moore Engineering at 10:20am & ED Steven Former Bud Moore Engineer employee at 11:10am
Guest for this week Scott Childress Promoter of Cherokee Speedway and Perry Allen wood and Greg Moore may call in from Augusta International Race show at 10:20am Saturday September 21,2019 at 11;30am Nathan Showtime Pierce
This week's Call in From Perry Allen Wood at 10:20am from Mount Airy Racing show at 10:40am Nelson Crozier and 11am Brayden Pruitt stay turn to Fox Sports Spartanburg 98.3 FM 1400 am at 10am eastern to 12:00pm eastern
Guest on Start your engines will be Neil Castles, Jr at 10:20am & AT 11:00am Audio Clips of Thunder of Carolina is a 1960 stock car racing film directed by Paul Helmick and starring Rory Calhoun, Alan Hale, Jr., and Connie Hines. Written by Alexander Richards, it contains 1959-vintage stock car race footage.
This Week Guest Felix Sabates
first entered the world of stock car racing as an owner in 1987, when he purchased a research and development team from NASCAR team owner and popular Charlotte businessman, Rick Hendrick. SABCO Racing was founded and a new NASCAR Cup competitor entered the scene. For Sabates, it was just the beginning of a long, successful career on the NASCAR circuit.
This Week's Guest is Wally Dallenbach Sr is a former Indy car driver from East Brunswick Township, New Jersey, USA. He drove in 180 Indy Car races between 1965 and 1979, winning five times. He is the father of NASCAR driver and commentator, Wally Dallenbach Jr
Guest on Start Your Engines Bobby Allison 10:20am and Pat DiMarco's Ford Racing at 11:00am and nelson crozier NASCAR Insider and Local racing news from Allen Hill, Due to Technical glitch with the Online stream Part of Allen Hill and last half hour of the show was Cut off.
This Weeks Guest on Start your Engines Jonathan Coleman
Director of Public Relations at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Saturday at 10:20am at 10:30am Kenneth Schrader on WSPG Fox Sports Spartanburg 98.3FM 1400AM Call in 864-468-1400 listen Live Spartanburgsportsradio.com or tune-in app or fox sports Spartanburg 98.3 & 1400 AM app. Tune in every Saturdays at 10:05am for Start Your Engines and Nelson Crozier updates on Latest NASCAR News at 10:45am
This Weeks Guest on Start your Engines is Deb Williams Senior Writer RacinToday.com An award winning motorsports journalist, Deb Williams has covered auto racing for more than 30 years. with Guest Co Host with Ernie Smith and Host Greg Moore and show Producer Ronnie Black
This Weeks Guest on Start your Engines Richard Allen "Ricky" Craven (born May 24, 1966) is an ESPN broadcaster who works as a NASCAR analyst for the network. Prior to his ESPN duties, he was a NASCAR driver who won in four different series—the K&N Pro Series, and the three national series. He occasionally served as a pit reporter when NASCAR aired on TBS in the mid-1990s. Craven is perhaps most well known for winning the 2003 Carolina Dodge Dealers 400, beating Kurt Busch in the closest finish in Cup Series history.
This Week's Guest is Wally Dallenbach Jr who Drove for Bud Moore Engineer in 1996 at 10:20, then Allen Hill at 11:00am and at 11:20am Chris Scott PR Charlotte Motor Speedway Live Remote from Pizza Inn at Hillcrest near Walmart and Habitchi Grill across from the New Spartanburg High School Construction site
This Week's Guest Is Kerry Tharp, Darlington Raceway President.at 10:20am on Start your Engines in 1st hour and 2nd Hour is Gene Muphy edition of Murphy Law with Perry Allen Wood,Ronnie Black,Greg Moore,Nelson crozier & Gene Murphy on a Special Two hours and 2nd Hour Buz Mckim Historian NASCAR Hall Fame http://www.buzmckim.com/
recently inducted National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame member, photographer Tony Hammett.
This Weeks Guest on Start your Engines is NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Darrell Waltrip, three-time MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES champion and winner of 84 career Cup Series races, serves as analyst for FOX NASCAR, pairing with Jeff Gordon to provide seven championships’ worth of insight. Alongside veteran race announcer Mike Joy, Waltrip has been an integral part of the FOX NASCAR broadcast team since the network’s coverage began in 2001.