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NASCAR’s 15-time Most Popular Driver and winner of two Daytona 500s, Dale Earnhardt Jr., hosts his very own podcast, The Dale Jr Download on Dirty Mo Media. Earnhardt and co-host Mike Davis raise the bar with unparalleled perspective, candid commentary, and fascinating, first-person insight into the life of a broadcaster, celebrated racer.
 
Door Bumper Clear is in its sixth year of bringing unparalleled insight from the world of NASCAR to its rapidly expanding fan base. Hosted by veteran spotters Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft, as well as industry insider Casey Boat, this podcast is an influential voice with a comedic, bold and transparent bent. Whether it’s recapping the previous race, reacting to rumors or engaging in debate, Door Bumper Clear is the go-to podcast for the edgy race fan.
 
Glorious Racing Stories is a nonfiction narrative podcast by Dirty Mo Media that immortalizes the greatest people and moments in motorsports as determined by veteran racing journalist Rick Houston. The podcast refurbishes years of interviews, impressions and recollections into a molding of glorious memories. The result is a nostalgic throwback experience in a modern-day vehicle that celebrates racing’s glory years – back when racers raced, crashed, scrapped and fought to survive; when stock ...
 
Refurbished from the 2006-07 SPEED Channel television series, Back In The Day is your NASCAR time machine that revisits auto racing’s milestone moments, influential figures, and historical highlights. Ron Lemasters and Steve Richard provide this boost of high-octane nostalgia, while NASCAR historian Buzz McKim answers questions submitted by passionate race fans via social media.
 
Three girls making light of the topics everyone wants to know about but are too afraid to ask. Edgy, outgoing, sarcastic, and down to earth Katie, Karsyn and Natalie will discuss hot trending topics in NASCAR and Pop Culture. From the outlandish lives of die hard NASCAR fans to features with celebrity guests and drivers on matters that are unconventional to the normal racing discussion.
 
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s one race of the 2021 season didn't come and go quietly. Jr. and co-host Mike Davis decided to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly from his race and bring in some of the characters in play. Dale's 14th place finish in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Virginia's Richmond Raceway ruffled a few feathers. The 2-time Daytona 500…
 
Richmond Raceway hosted Week 2 of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs over the weekend and Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft return to cover all that went down on the short track. The gang starts by discussing the special patriotic tributes performed by the track as Saturday’s races fell on the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Then they debate the q…
 
Bobby Allison is tied for fourth on NASCAR’s all-time wins list with 84 victories. Yet, Allison has taken 85 checkered flags in his Cup Series career. So where did the elusive 85th victory go? Allison and host Rick Houston dive into the controversy surrounding his missing win in the summer of 1971. Should Allison stand one step above rival Darrell …
 
In 30 years of doing interviews, host Rick Houston says this week’s episode is the most intense and powerful one he has ever done. Scotty Maxwell is a former Hendrick Motorsports “weekend warrior," turned New York City firefighter. Scottie responded to Ground Zero on September 11th, 2001, and found himself at the foot of the North Tower as it colla…
 
The first race of the 2021 NASCAR Playoffs is complete after an action-packed weekend of racing at Darlington Raceway. T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are in studio to react to all that played out in the tripleheader at “The Lady in Black.” It was a big weekend for Door Bumper Clear’s presenting sponsor Offerpad as Denny Hamlin wheeled…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland lavish over the first race of the playoffs at Darlington. Though the two discuss the lack of buildup to NASCAR's postseason, the race was not short on drama. Drivers making mistakes, Jason's favorite word, and the importance of passion from the drivers all gets talked about from the "Lady in Black." --- Send in a vo…
 
Behind nearly every superstar is a publicist. For a young Dale Earnhardt Jr, the man behind the public-machine that became the Dale Jr and the Budweiser number-eight was a man named Jade Gurss. Not many will know the name, but he was a major player in the growth and trajectory of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Hall of Fame NASCAR career. For the first time e…
 
The 1990 season was the closest Mark Martin has, and will ever come to, winning a championship. If it wasn’t for a costly penalty, he very well may have won it. To this day, fans debate that controversial penalty and wonder about what might have been. Ride along with Steve Hmiel and the #6 Roush Fenway team through the 1990 season, and witness the …
 
Never judge a book by its cover... IMSA Sportscar racer Jordan Taylor is a perfect example of the saying. A clean-cut, put-together, shy young racer who has a heavy foot, and much to the delight of Dale Earnhardt Jr, a strange sense of humor that makes him one of the most interesting racers on the planet. The second-generation driver comes in nervo…
 
A wild conclusion to the NASCAR Cup Series regular season at Daytona International Speedway has the spotters fired up with much to say. Freddie Kraft, Brett Griffin and T.J. Majors relieve their nights at Daytona and react to all that played out through an intense race. Bubba Wallace and Freddie came up one position shy of a victory that would have…
 
There’s nothing like a session of of some good old fashioned, hard core bench racing. Tony "Rambo" Liberati, Chris Hussey, Gere Kennon and Buddy Parrott all worked together once at Roush Racing, and it’s safe to say the stories were free flowing. From bull riding gone bad to an unwanted visit to Bill France Jr’s office, the group looks back at thei…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland discuss new life motos, getting spotted in victory lane, and debating the best Daytona strategy. Also, Andrew recaps his race weekend at Michigan while Jason informs why the track has seen a decline in attendance. Then, the two rank their top five non-playoff drivers that could win their way into the playoffs. --- S…
 
He came in like a flash of lightning and then was gone, but along the way a NASCAR racer named Buckshot Jones made quite the name for himself. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and co-host Mike Davis sit down with the mysterious and controversial racer. Buckshot wasn't always known by his colorful name, and his real name had a sense of toughness as well. From the…
 
Michigan International Speedway race weekend is in the books and T.J. Majors, Freddie Kraft and Brett Griffin are back with lots to share after a newsy week. A spotter swap at Team Penske shifted TJ from the No. 22 team of Joey Logano to his longtime friend Brad Keselowski’s No. 2 team. T.J. tells all about why the decision was made and how it impa…
 
If you thought you were better than David Pearson, the race was already over. Pearson captured 105 checkered flags in his illustrious career, second only to the King himself: Richard Petty. Pearson and Petty were no strangers on the race track. Their fierce drive to compete and win pushed the duo towards some of the most iconic finishes the sport h…
 
A fired-up Jason Schultz and recently relocated Andrew Kurland discuss a petition to save the turtles. While not referring to the type of turtle Jason saw outside his house this morning, the two ponder the curb drama during the inaugural Cup Series race at the Indy Road Course. Of course, not without interruption from Andrew's Australian Siri which…
 
One of the all-time greats, NASCAR Legend Dale Inman, walks into the studio to sit down with Dale Earnhardt Jr and talk about the shaping of the Petty racing dynasty. From humble beginnings in rural North Carolina grew local legends and a driver that would turn into an American icon. "The King" Richard Petty was the driver and the crew chief that l…
 
Brett Griffin, T.J. Majors and Freddie Kraft are back from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course and its inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race with plenty to discuss. Brett came home a winner as a chaotic finish allowed AJ Allmendinger to capitalize for his second career Cup victory. Hear Brett detail how the road course ace put himself in positio…
 
Once upon a time in NASCAR, an infield was held hostage. And it took some good old-fashioned, bare-knuckle brawling to break free. Richard Petty and Bud Moore were among the legendary names racing at Asheville-Weaverville Speedway the day that the fans turned on the competitors. They recount everything from attempted escapes to The King taking swin…
 
Jason Schultz and Andrew Kurland reunite after a two-week break. Andrew runs down his first solo content trip to Watkins Glen and rates Jason's recommendations for the area. He then talks about his meeting with NASCAR Chief Marketing Officer Pete Jung and their discussions about the state of the sport. Being the unsupportive co-host he is, Jason di…
 
Two racers, two head injuries. One that ended a promising career. This week on The Download, Dale Earnhardt Jr sits down with former NASCAR driver Jerry Nadeau. Nadeau answers Dale's curiosity about how he even came on the NASCAR scene in the first place. From racing go-karts in Connecticut to racing overseas, it is an unlikely path and a very sudd…
 
Summer vacation has concluded and Door Bumper Clear returns after race weekend at Watkins Glen International. Brett Griffin joined Freddie Kraft as co-spotters at the road course and they share their experience, including the story of Freddie’s new nickname. T.J. Majors and Joey Logano found themselves on the wrong end of teammate Brad Keselowski’s…
 
Disclaimer: This episode contains a graphic description of the experience of combat. Former NASCAR Busch Series competitor Lyndon Amick is under fire. The enemy combatant is closing in. The only thing on Lyndon’s mind is to get him and his men out alive. At this very moment, Lyndon found himself a long way from his days racing at Talladega Superspe…
 
He's not just a humble man with gray hair, an old Goodyear hat, and red suspenders, Will Cronkrite is a former NASCAR crew chief and car owner full of amazing stories that Dale Earnhardt Jr. wants the world to hear. His #96 car gave Dale Earnhardt what many consider to be his big break in NASCAR and Dale Jr. gets the low-down on how it all happened…
 
The laps are winding down. Dale Earnhardt is in prime position to win the Daytona 500. But for those who know the history of the famed 500-mile event, it’s not over until it’s over. Buddy Parrott never doubted his chances of winning the 1990 Great American Race with driver Derrike Cope. Despite Cope's unproven record in the Winston Cup Series, Parr…
 
Dale Earnhardt Jr brings two-time Indycar Champion Josef Newgarden to the studio for a conversation that turned out to be one of our favorites of the season. Why? Because the American open-wheeled racer is a dynamic personality in the sport on and off the track. Dale Jr. gets Josef to tell us about his forbidden desire to become a racer and how his…
 
From the creators of The Dale Jr. Download, Door Bumper Clear, and Lost Speedways, comes the brand new racing history podcast, "Glorious, White-Knuckled, God-Fearing, Spun-Out-And-Half Turned-Over Racing Stories." Veteran racing journalist Rick Houston brings his archival interviews and stories back to life with a fresh new design. Here's a preview…
 
Race pools weren’t an uncommon sight within the NASCAR industry throughout the 80s and 90s. Yet, it’s a little known fact that drivers such as Kyle Petty also had their own pool from within the garage. And unlike other pools, the payout was massive. Kyle Petty, son of NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty, recounts his first career win in the 1986 Mil…
 
NASCAR champion Bill Elliott has seen his fair share of close calls throughout his career. However, nothing could have prepared him for what took place in the skies over the Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Georgia. The year prior to Elliott’s 1988 Cup Series title, the NASCAR great jumped into an F-16 cockpit with the Georgia Air National Gua…
 
Jason Schultz welcomes his co-host, Andrew Kurland, back and puts him to the test, seeing if he's dedicated to the podcast. Then Jason reveals the most important thing that happened at New Hampshire Motor Speedway that no one is talking about. Andrew attended a concert and met his soulmate, you'll want to hear that story. Then Jason brings an F1 ho…
 
NASCAR was only two years old the first time the Wood Brothers took to the track in 1950. 71 years later, Dale Earnhardt Jr. gets the chance to sit down with a true pioneer of the sport, the great Leonard Wood of the famed Wood Brothers Racing Team. Wood talks about his beginnings in the sport in 1950 and how they grew from some street racing, lumb…
 
Freddie Kraft, T.J. Majors and Jason Schultz are in studio after a wild and wet Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and a hot week of silly season news. Plus, fresh off the Superstar Racing Experience season finale at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway – legendary racing broadcaster Allen Bestwick joins the show. Freddie and T.J. made it through the…
 
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