In this episode, the guys debate and discuss the state of local bracket competition; with an emphasis on what we, as racers can do to make it better. They enlist the insights of Bill Bader, the co-owner and president of Summit Motorsports Park for opinions on what can be done from the race track side to improve the grass roots level of the sport. In addition, Luke & Jed talk about JJ’s youth basketball team and Luke’s tricky decision as to whether or not to include his wife, Jessica on the Illinois All-State team.
In this episode, the guys make a big announcement about the All-State Debate. In continuing last week’s “Most Embarrassing” discussion, Jed shares his epic Super Chevy Show story, plus he and Luke are joined by 7-time World Champion Peter Biondo, who tells his own most embarrassing tale. Finally, the guys decided that their favorite story of embarrassment came from Kentucky’s Jared Bargo; so they bring him on the show to tell it (as only he can). This is almost without question the most entertaining Sportsman Drag Racing Podcast to date!
In today’s episode, the guys pay tribute to George Howard and Gary Moore, two hall-of-fame promoters who recently passed away. Luke & Jed each share their most embarrassing on-track moment. And Luke tries to talk Jed, a diehard Alabama fan, off the cliff following the College Football National Championship.
In this episode, the guys discuss their new year "parties," and their thoughts on promoters competing in their own events and/or "house cars." That precludes the finale of the All-State debate, in which Luke & Jed narrow the "Final Four" (LA, NJ, AL, and OH) down to one champion. Did you know that Jed has never drank a sip of alcohol in his life? Did you assume that Luke can't make that same claim? Hear all about it & more on this episode of the Sportsman Drag Racing Podcast w/ Luke & Jed.