The Setup Show is a news and discussion podcast related to NASCAR, Dirt Track Racing and Short Track Racing. Every week the hosts and guests discuss the weeks circle track racing news and related topics.
In Checkers or Wreckers, host Ray Wright rear tire carrier for the #27 Menards Chevrolet and founder of Pit Stops for Poverty combines the world of racing with the world of Jesus Christ. Diving into pit stops, on track competition and working around others in real world situations, Checkers or Wreckers will apply these scenarios to your personal walk with Jesus Christ to help you grow stronger in your faith so that one day you will find yourself in the eternal victory lane!
Since creating our first podcast, I have realized that there are many people who are not sure what a podcast is exactly or more importantly how to find and listen to them. So I wanted to create this post that will hopefully help anyone out that is not familiar with podcasts.
I would like to start by quickly describing what a podcast is, I don't want to assume that everyone (including people in my family) has heard of them. Wikipedia describes a podcast as "...a type of digital media consisting of an episodic series of audio radio, video, PDF, or ePubfiles subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication or streamed online to a computer or mobile device." I think of them as radio talk shows but on the internet.
Beginning in February of 2013, NASCAR will debut new cars for all manufactures in the Sprint Cup Series. NASCAR, since the early years of being America’s premiere stock car racing series, has had a “win on Sunday sell on Monday” mentality. This holds true for many race fans. When your manufacturer is running strong and winning races, it confirms a mindset of superiority as well as reliability for your favorite brand. In NASCAR’s early years, the race cars where literally cars that were purchased off of the dealership lot. Race teams would then transform them by lightening, altering, reinforcing, and testing them until a race car was created from the same car anyone could buy.