Dec 11, 2007
-Breaking news at showtime: ASA Southeast Asphalt Series announces TV package and 2008 schedule..Micky Cain, a partner in the series, tells fans all about the big news.
-Jimmy Mars, the affable dirt late model superstar, reviews his spectacular 2008 season with hosts Rick Anges and Jack Smith.
-Scott Cannon, Jr. talks about the upcoming season with his famous dad as his partner in the Pro Modifieds )IHRA)
-Tom Ast from the national lawn mower racing group USLMRA explains the awesome success of this type of motorsports
-Keith Grant, creator of the Race Saftey Innovations, talks motorsports safety.
-Terry Wall, co-host of the "ASA FASTLANE", gives his predictions on the ASA-ASA feud and reviews the year 2008.


Dec 4, 2007
-Breaking news on the ASA of the Florida 400 with special guest host CeCe Brooks.
- Danny Sammons from the Area Auto Racing News magazine..on the mag, racing news and indoor racing at Atlantic City coming in Janaury..wild!!

- Bobby Santos II getting ready for the PRI Sprint race.
-Young Jacob Wilson, a star in the Florida 400 sprint car race, what a future this youngster has.

- Augie Grill, winner of the 2007 Snowball Derby, talks about his life in racing and opines on many topics including a few controversial ones..give it a listen.
-Bruce Hibbs Jr heading for the ARCA series in 2008
-Rusty Marcus, the ringmaster (promoter) at orlando Speedworld...getting ready for the big show

November 27, 2007 - Due to scheduling conflicts "Real Racin' USA Live!" did not air this week. We will return next week with full slate of guests from around the country.


Nov 20, 2007
-The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series was started by Dennis Huth. In this interview Dennis details the process, a must listen for every race promoter or anyone involved in the business of racing. Also his views on a variety of racing issues plus the strategies behind his ASA Track Sanctioning program and the benefits for your race track.
-Fritz Augustine, the living legend who wrote the book on race officiating, discusses his 49 years in the business and tells stories as only Fritz can.
-TBARA 2007 Champion Troy DeCaire joins a group of special racers who have won this series, from Reutimann to Rodriquez to Steele.
- Joe Schmaling, the Direcor of Competition for the new Super Cup Stock Car Series, worked with Fritz for 18 years and now will try his hand. The new series begins in earnest in march running North Carolina and Virginia in Steel bodied Pro-Cup type cars.
-A special Thankgiving treat for anyone over 50, or who still remembers the 60's.

Nov 13 , 2007
--Real Racin USA Live! is back after a month long vacation. Guests include: Steve Lewis, the man behind the Performance Racing Industry
trade show and the $135,000 Sprint and Midget Classic in Orlando each December.
--Sean Reutimann, spotter for David Reutimann, with info on the huge David Reutimann Charity Golf Tournament & Auction in late November.
--Dumont Smith, winner of the 1967 Florida Governors Cup, in an amazing interview that will stun you. Keyword:Balough

--The Snowball Derby is coming with a drivers list that is off the charts, and Five Flags Promoter Tim Bryant has all the skinny.
--Tampa Bay area racers Wayne Jefferson and Joe Irwin are special in-studio guests celebrating their new full service race shop and parts house.
--Bill Green co-hosts and interviews Larry Sams of the ASCS (American Sprint Car Series) on their recent trip to East Bay and the major changes coming in 2008.
--Clint Reynolds travels from Texas to East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Florida to race in the local Limited Sprints. Why he does that may surprise you.


Oct 9, 2007
--Multiple talented racer and businessman Andy Hillenburg is a featured guest. Andy has just made a deal to take over Rockingham Speedway in North Carolina. The speedway simply known as "The Rock" has sat fairly dormant for several years and Andy has plans to bring back events such as ARCA, the Procup and other major stock car events. Also a look back at Andy's roots and his racing career.
--Next up longtime drag and stock car race promoter Kevin Ruic spins his promoters web and explains how short track stock car racing is missing the mark and what the track promoters can do to revitalize the sport.
--A very special visit with the promoter of an American treasure, Hickory Motor Speedway. Sherry Clifton takes us on a tour of the beloved racing facility.

October 2 , 2007
NASCAR Craftsman Truck veteran Dennis Setzer is featured. Dennis is still celebrating his win at Martinsville in the Bailey's 300 Late Model Stock race and talks about a wide range of personal and racing subjects.
Whelen Modified PR Director Jason Mitchell and current points leader LW Miller join Rick Anges, Jack Smith and Skip Wall to discuss the success of the series and we go in depth into the racing career of LW.
Hickory Motor Speedway Late Model Champion for 2007 Andy Loden is preparing to drive the ShoTime entry in the new ProCup type series being developed in North Carolina.
Dirt Late Model Series promoter Ken Kinney unveils the Florida Dirt Late Model Challenge Series and driver Shan Smith gives his opinions about the newest traveling show in the Sunshine State.

Sept 25, 2007
What a line up of guests beginning with ASCS Champion Natalie Sather from Fargo , ND. Also in the first hour AMP dirt late model 2007 Champion John Mitchell and Rookie of the year Kyle Beard, followed by current leader of the Blizzard Series at Five Flags Speedway Ryan Crane.
In the second hour the voltage really increases as we go in depth with the creators and rider of the awesome KILLACYCLE, world's fastest electric powered drag bike. This is the future of motorsports and recently featured on SPEED and also in an upcoming show on The Discovery Channel. Bob Dube and Scott Pollacheck make it sound almost simple. Also in the second hour we visit with Mike Smith, Public Relations Director for Martinsville Speedway, scene of the upcoming Bailey's 300, the biggest Late Model event in the east. We end the show with a simply amazing race car driver. Brandon Johnson defies all odds as he continues to be one of the top performers in the ASA Late Models Series. Listen to the interview and tell us how you think he does it.

Sept 11, 2006 (a Day of Remembrance)
Guests inlcude The "Wild Child" Doug Dunham, Flagman for the TBARA Winged Sprints. Doug explains why David Steele was Dq'ed (along with two other TBARA stars) for rough driving.
Also the winner of the Eldora Speedway World 100 Dirt Late Model Jimmy 'The Newport Nightmare" Owens visits with us and talks about the biggest win of his career.
Mike Kirkowski of Shotime Motorsports is part of a new team that is preparing a North Carolina stock car series based on Hooters ProCup steel bodied cars, and he explains the reason for the new series.
Bill Green, motorsports editor for the Tampa Tribune (one of the nations largest newspapers), on the biggest media assignment of his career.
"Stagin" Steve LeTempt interviews Terry Tripp and Bob Drap, two Supergas Riders from the All Harley Drag Racing (AHDRA)series are steep into the points race for 2007.
Sept 11, 2001 for a few minutes with Jack And Rick. We had to cancel our show that was just too much.

September 4, 2007
One year ago this show started with Bill Green, Rick Anges and Jack Smith. Tonight the show opens exactly as it did one year ago with Bobby Diehl and John Sarppraicone. What a difference a year makes.
Also on the show Valerie Thompson, the GoDaddy sponsored Drag Racer, live from the Bonneville Salt Flats as she attempts to break her land speed record.
PLUS: Skip Wall covered the Martinsville Whelen Modified 300 for Real Racin USA, Eddie Carrier Jr visit with RRUSA on his weekend win at the HillBilly 100 Dirt Late Model race, The Brakeman himself stops by for a 15 schooling the real mechanics of brakes. What a year it has been.

August 28, 2007

Ben Stancill, 2007 Rookie star on the Hooters ProCup tour on his signing with Warrington Motorsports for a NASCAR Busch East ride. Christy Hudson joins hosts Bill Green and Jack Smith to update fans on the AMP Dirt Late Model Series. Steve Johnson visits from Garage Art, an interesting race shop for motorsports art.
Stagin' Stevie LeTempt jumps into to interview All Harley Drag Racers Dan Norlin and Randy Borho.

August 21, 2007
Join Dirt Modified Car Owner Jay Carbury and his driver Perry Brown on their "Kentucky Roadtrip". Ponderosa and Tazwell are names that have new meaning for this duo. This is what racing is all about.
The return of the 'wild and crazy' All Harley Drag Racers with guests Armon Furr and Zack Johnson from the AHDRA


August 7, 2007
Our featured guests: Shelma Walton, owner of the Corpus Christi Speedway, and what a breath of fresh air. A promoter who has a “Fan Advisory Committee” to consult with weekly to ensure the fans are happy.
Also Jack Bailey, one of the USAR Hooters ProCup’s most popular drivers, talks about his career and his current ride with Bullet 11 Racing. Other guests include Kyle Beard, dirt late model racer with thwe AMP series in Arkansas, update on a big late model event in North Florida and “tales from Sturgis” with Taylor Andrews.


July 31, 2007
The Reutimann Family including trhe living legends Buzzie and Wayne Reutimann Sr. plus Wayne Reutimann Jr and driver of the Nextel Cup #00 Dominos Pizza ride, David Reutimann join hosts Rick Anges, Jack Smith and guest host Carol Wicks for a wonderful night at the Snook River Grill. If you are a real race fan, this is a show you must hear. Raw racing with the Reurimanns.
Also an inside peek at The Racing Network with President Joe Libertore.
Nitro Night with the Hogs (All Harley Drag Racving): Real Racin' USA's Stagin' Stevie Letempt takes a ride with Doug Vancil and the always entertaining Larry (DRUMS) Brancaccio. Too hot to handle.....the rpelude o next weeks from Sturgis, a one hour Real Racin USA Live! Exclusive!

July 24, 2007
Awesome.....that much overused word. But, it the one to use here. Three hours of great interviews with many of the 1500 plus fans who showed for the Florida racing event of the year.

July 17, 2007

Drag Racing and Dirt Late Model racing from America’s heartland are the featured topics on Tuesday’s Real Racin’ USA Live! 7-9 pm show. Beau Slocumb, ASA Late Model driver, details his exciting new team and the help he is getting from Ryan Newman. Jerry Lewis, a drag racing standout from from Mechinicsville, Md, with his vintage bug which is the worlds Fastest Street Legal air cooled VW in the 1/8 mile. ( 6.51 @ 111.00 mph).   IHRA Super Stock racer Mark Young from Wake Forest, NC will visit with hosts Rick Anges, Craig Clarke and Wayne Jefferson. Mark races a Super Stock Ford Mustang with a 289 TWO BARREL motor that will carry the wheels 3 ft high for 80 ft on the launch and blister the 1/8 mile in the low, low sixes. (1/4 mile runs 9.64 @ 136.00 mph) Mark also runs a 1969 Mustang in Super Stock. Christy Hudson is President of AMP Series (Arkansas Motorsport Professionals), an organization she created last year to make a good racing experience for dirt late models in her state. Also from Arkansas is John Mitchell, one of the more accomplished veteran late model racers from Arkansas. ALL HARLEY DRAGS:Tommy Grimes stuns Stagin' Stevie LeTempt and the Real Racin’ USA crew when he announces he was just dropped by Ray Price. Tommy Grimes was the rider of the Samson Ray Price Nitro Harley which has clocked a 226 MPH run. Of course he talked about what it is like driving for the Ray Price, a legend in Harley racing. Capping Tuesday’s show is General Manager of the AHDRA, Craig Tharpe. Craig also owns the recently revamped race track at Sturgis.



June 26, 2007 Bob Motz and son Scott who were both burned badly at a drag racing event in West Virginia over the weekend. Co-host Craig Clarke has been in touch with Scott with up to the minute updates on Bob’s condition and other information about the horrible fire that engulfed his jet powered truck.

Bobby Diehl, promoter at Charlotte County Motorsports Park details the track saving new lease agreement with the local authorities. As tracks around America become endangered we finally get some great news about the future of one of them in South Florida.  Diehl brings some of his staff and the Real Racin' USA Thunder Truck drivers to the show for some fun.

Brandon Johnson led every lap of the Florida 100 ASA Southern Division race Saturday and Brandon was on tonight to talk about his enormous win at New Smyrna Speedway.

Drag Racing Motorcycle style in the last half hour with “Stagin” Stevie LeTempt join the team with Sportsman Association President Stan Sheppard of Bullet Racing talking about the future of the Sport Bike classes in the All Harley Drag Racing Assn. Also, could there be a “New Air” for the 800hp Top Fuel division? Find out when we talk with Canadian Racer Ron Houniet of Fast Lane Harley Racing.

June 19, 2007


A drag car wreck took the lives of six Selmer TN spectators last week. Wendy Isom from the Jackson Sun brings us up to date on the situation in Selmer.

Doug Auld, editor of several sprint and midget racing publications and longtime motor sports media man, is interviewed.

On the Harley drag scene, Chicago Joe Scotella takes you for the ride and yes there will be skin and leather flying. Bruce Croneberger III, two time champion in Drag Masters Hot Street and his quest for the championship in 2007. Much more as always!!


June 12, 2007 Roger Bathe, owner of LuvRac travels the country in search of news, photos and helps promote drivers. Some recent events in the world of dirt racing may have some far ranging effects on the stock car racing industry, and we will talk with with Roger about these events tonight.

TBARA Winged Sprint President Don Rehm talks about one of the nations most popular local short track sprint car series.

Matt Priuer, the ASA Media Director and series announcer updates fans on the progress of “America’s premiere short track series”, as the series prepares for its next big challenge race.

Brandon Ward, former standout in the NASCAR Goodys Dash Series is now mmaking news in the Hooters ProCup. The driver from Winston-Salem will spend some time with the Real Racin’ USA team tonight.

Longtime race promoter Kevin Ruic says stock car racing Ohio is in bad shape. We’ll find out why beginning at 7:00 PM.

Steve LeTempt interveiws L.E. Tonglet from the deep south. This master of the All Harley Drag Racing Series V ROD DESTROYER class, won everything he touched at Norwalk. Also Dean Druschel from Ohio took the Pingel Super Eliminatior class at Norwalk this past weekend and will bring us some of the excitement from that event.

June 5, 2007
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Guests include Dargan Watts, speaking about the history and the future of Sumter Speedway in Sumter South Carolina. Sumter Speedway is a grassroots speedway in the old tradition and it is being held together by a ton of dedication.

Also Mike Peters, owner of Ocala Speedway in Ocala, Florida. This is the venue for the upcoming 12th Annual Powell Memorial Super Late Model 125. One of the drivers in the race will be 19 year old Ryan Sieg, who was a front runner at USA International Speedway recently in the Florida Triple Crown 200 lap event. Ryan talked with us about his racing career and his recent successes working with Wayne Anderson.

Drag Racing Guests include Brenda Grubbs is a drag racer (World Champion) who is a strong supporter of the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. On the Drag racing front two All Harley Drag riders, Jay Turner and Rick Moore join the Real Racin' USA show to talk about the excitement of high speed competition. Steve LeTempt joins the show hosting team each week to interview America's top All Harley Drag racers.

MAY 29, 2007
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Wow! Another action packed non-stop Real Racin' USA show. This week, in an extended 2 and 1/2 hour show, Auburndale Speedway was the primary focus with guests Ronnie Sims (Race Director), Rex Guy (part owner), Chef Rob and Harold Crooms. Harold is promoting a very special Open Wheel Modified race at Auburndale in October honoring his late father. Harold Crooms Sr. was a long time racer from Auburndale, and one of Florida's most resected drivers in his day. The Speedway is undergoing major changes and the program is outlined by our special guests.

This week's show also had premiere of the weekly segment covering the All Harley Drag Racing Association with Steve LeTempt helping the regular Tuesday show crew interview the fastest motorcycle racers in the world. Doug Horn (Aberdeen, Md), JJ Pippen (Conyers, Ga), Greg Krenik (Coralles, NM) are this week's guests.

Also Rick Day from the Texas short track scene, details the development of a new speedway to replace the San Antonio Speedway, which according to Day was closed by of all people, Toyota.

Keith Butler, TBARA Sprint Car racer, talked about his misadventure during the Little 500 sprint car race. Keith along with brother Shane and father Stan all raced in the Little 500, a first in the 59 year history of the event.

Our Pensacola reporter, Steve Myers, gave fans a close up on the latest Snowball Derby qualifying race at Five Flags Speedway.

Susan and Rick Auriemma are making a promoters statement with their awesome revitalization of the Florida Mini Cup racing scene. The duo update fans on the spectacular progress.

Gene Crane, announcer at USA International Speedway, details the upcoming 200 lap Super Late Model race at Lakeland on June 2nd.

We hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed bring you the show.


MAY 22, 2007
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The second in a series of shows spotlighting the men and women who keep racers and fans safe in a very dangerous sport. Marc Williams ,  head of the very capable ARCA Safety Team is a featured guest.  Also in the studio are Craig Clarke and Keith Grant, both well known for their work in fire and rescue operations at many levels of motor sports.

Jeff Milges, VP of MotorSports Rescue Association out of Tampa Florida talks about the importance of specialized training, while the local short track racing scene is represented by Rob Findley and crew from the DeSoto Speedway Safety Team in Bradenton, Florida.

On a different topic, Patrick Sheltra, dirt late model star and now a contender for the ARCA racing series Rookie of the Year title, shares his excitement with Real Racin' USA.

MAY 15, 2007
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Motorsports Safety with Craig Clarke and Keith Grant, owner of Race Safety Innovations creator of the ZipFlex Wire Rescue Saw, a remarkable addition to the arsenal of tools for motorsports safety teams. First in a series of reports from Short Track America on motorsports safety issues.

Motorsports writers take the heat and often are not given due credit for the effort required to consistently bring the news to fans. Noted motorsports writer John Barker along with public relations professional Scott McAllister, and Skip Wall (relative newcomer to the media ranks) give their take on the subject.

IHRA Media and Public Relations Director Travis Reynolds is interviewed on his role the drag racing series and working in the motorsports media.

Steve LeTempt on the upcoming Real Racin' USA "All Harley Drags" show later in May. You want speed? How about 230 miles and hour on one wheel?
All you thrill seekers, check it out.

MAY 8, 2007
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Guests include Rex Guy, part of the new ownership of Auburndale Speedway. Also Beau Slocumb, the spectacular and unlikely winner of the ASA Late Model Series Watermelon Bowl 125.  Frank Kimmel, 8 time ARCA champion on his $10,000 to win Street Stock race at Kentucky Speedway on May 26.
On to Drag Racing's finest including Rob Atchison - 3 time World Funny Car Champion  and Immokalee Dragway owner/promoter Ralph Hester.
The show is wrapped up with a major update from Rick Bristol on his Annual Charity Truckers 200 at Orlando Speedworld.


MAY 1, 2007
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Show is joined in progress, first 20 minutes was lost in translation.

Drag Racing is Featured. But before we get the 300 mph 7000 horsepower racers on we had to find out about Watermelon Capital Speedway, and visit with the Hooters ProCup's most exciting racers, Michael Ritch. But then it is all straightliners with special co-host Craig Clarke of Track IHRA high octane announcer Steve Letempt filled us rookie drag racing fans in on the sport and them KAthy Fisher (Quick Rods), Terry Munroe (Alcohol Funny Cars) and then TJ Zizzo (325 MPH Top Fuel Dragster)!

April 24, 2007
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PETE ORR TRIBUTE SHOW: Featuring guests Scott Reeves, David Green, Mike Cope, Darrell Waltrip, Travis Kittleson, Justin Drawdy, B.J. McLeod, State Senator Bill Posey, David Russell, Leroy Porter, Lee Faulk and others. Bobby Orr and Scott McAllister are guest co-hosts.


 April 17, 2007
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Tommy Trubble, Master of the Suicide Spiral Stunt, appearing at USA International Speedway. Doug Rose, Green Mamba Jet Dragster owner and driver. Kevin Ruic, promoter extraordinaire, talking about the Super Modifieds and their coming trip to Florida Speedweeks. George Shaw from Boyd's Speedway in Georgia and much more .Bud Howell; The new Flagman at the South's Fastest Short Track stopped in to tell us what it's like throwing laundry at DeSoto.
Brian Beckner on the Kentucky Speedway Bomber race, Big Dog and Tasered racers and more.Hilarious Show!

 April 10, 2007
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DeSoto Superspeedway introduced a unique concept for youngsters last year, and the tonight the drivers of the Magic 4s were our guests. Ranging from 12-17, these kids have to perform in school before they can race...Also Brian Gingris and Erik MacMillian from theTBARA Winged Sprints.


 April 3, 2007
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Guests include: Arlene Pittman, Cochran Speedway Promoter, and one interesting personality making short track racing happen in Georgia. Also Brian Tyler, 2 time USAC Sprint Car Champion, TBARA Winged Sprint President Don Rehm, Florida late model star Mike Franklin, Jr., Kenny Adams celebrating his 100th USCS Sprint Car win and David Brown from North Florida Speedway. Terry Scampton, the real racers friend, is part of the show.


March 27,  2007
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This week’s offering from Short Track America features the top drivers from the ARCA ReMax Construct Corps-Palm Beach Grading 250 at Lakeland Florida on March 24. James Buescher, Bryan Clauson, John Jackson, Wayne Anderson, Mario Gosselin are in the spotlight. Also a talk with new owner of Five Flags Speedway Tim Bryant

March 20,  2007
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Over 40 racers and fans came out to the Snook River Grill last night for the Real Racin' USA show. Thanks to the whole Partelo family and team, we haven't seen them all together in many years.

Also the children and parents from the International Motorsports Academy were great, the kids looked great in their drivers suits and with practice will become more comfortable in front of the microphones and all the people.

Thanks to Rick and Susan Auriemma from FAST TIMES PRODUCTIONS and FAST Mini Cups and the youngsters they brought along to chat with us. Those children racing in that series are also going to be competitors at our short tracks for a long time. Rick also videotaped much of the show.

John Sarppraicone was a bit disappointed that no one showed up to talk to him about modifieds but Dan Partelo, (Rob's brother) took up the slack and asked John some pointed questions.

Special thanks to Evergreen Development & Construction and Dayton Andrews Dodge for their support of the Real Racin' USA broadcast. The house was rockin'!


 March 13,  2007
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The Green Mamba, world most famous Jet Dragster, is slowly but surely coming back together after being stolen and dismembered back in December. Owner Doug Rose received nationwide attentionand the fans around the world are still sending help, love and money for its restoration. Doug is live in the studio to tell the latest news.

Michelle Theriault prepares for the first ever ARCA race at Lakeland, Fl. Travis Wilson and Dalton Zehr are getting ready for a run at the ASA Late Model championship. Joe Smith (AKA Joe Cool) gives his take on the Florida modified controversy. Gary LaPlant is till moving forward with his new Street Stock traveling series.

 March 7,  2007
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Colt James, ASA Late Model Challenge winner from the Alamo 200, is a featured guest. Along with Colt, Sprint Car racer Steven Darvalics along withthe Chalotte County Motorsports Park Road Warriors made the evening at the Snook River Grill a great time. Shane Leonard, Donnie Ollie, Jr, Jesse Gargis and Wally Smith are the Road Warriors represented.

Veteran Motorsports writer Jiohn Barker gives us a major update on Auburndale Speedway controversy and a first hand account frpm the ASA Alamo 200

Also Tim Lake, new promoter from Columbia Motorsports Park, our Late Model reporter Steve Myers, Jason Beckner (announcer for CCMP) and Scott Jackman of the Goodyear Challenge Late Model Series joined hosts Rick Anges, Jack Smith and Bill Green for a very informative night of race talk radio.


  February 27, 2007
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ARCA Public Relations and Media Director Don Radebaugh, an 11 year veteran of the long running racing series is the headliner for this fast paced two hours of race talk. Tim Russell, who had his car destroyed while running fifth late in the ARCA race at Daytona follows.

Our dirt racing segment includes Dirt racing stars Steve Francis, Jeff Leka (Dirt Modifieds)plus Lucas Oil Late Model Series announcer James Essex and the promoter of Cherokee Speedway in Gafney SC are featured.

Other guests include 19 time champion short tracker Bobby Sears, ASA racer Chris Fontaine and Tim Bryant from Five Flags Speedway.

                                                                           February 20, 2007
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Guests include Lyn St. James, Jeff Scofield (SLM), Scott Grossenbacher(SLM), Mario Gosselin (ARCA), Matt Priuer (ASA) and Burt Thomas (ASA), Steve Arpin (Dirt Mods) and Buddy Bryan (Late Model Digest photographer).


                               February 13, 2007
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Two hours of awesome interviews with the top stars of short track racing featuring World of Outlaws sprint cars racers Donny Schatz, and Randy Hannagan. Also on this broadcast Florida short track stars D.J. Hoelzle, Wayne Jefferson and Jermey Gerstner. An interesting visit with Jerry Nolan, new owner of Albany Speedway in Ga. and more.

                                            February 6, 2007
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Amazing perspective on stock car racing from the 1961 Daytona 500 winner Marvin Panch, as the NASCAR legend visited with the Real Racin' USA team the first week of February. Also we heard from Tony Veneziano from the World of Outlaws, Terry Roberts from FASCAR, and Rob Kohler from Hendry County Speedway. Also joining us were Super Late Model racers Jack Landis (OH), Blake Lehr (FL) and David Wilson (FL), and also modified racer Shelly Perry (RI). Fast paced two hours of racin' talk every Tuesday night.

                                       JANUARY 30, 2007
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USA Feedfest 2007 review with Jay Middleton and a CRA Official R.J. Scott with their take on the controversial call that may have cost Middleton a huge win in the 200 lap event. Race fan "Dangerous" Dan Toler, former guitarist for the Allman Brothers Band and Greg Allman Band and owner of four Gold Albums talks about his career and some upcoming motorsports adventures.
Mike Peters (owner of Ocala Speedway) and Don Cretty (promoter of Citrus County Speedway) are two track promoters who are finding it to their benefit to work together to help expand stock car racing in their area of West Central Florida. We discuss with Mike and Don their programs and plans for 2007, as well as the current state of the sport. Orlando Speedworld General Manager Rusty Marcus joined in and then North Florida Speedway owner Phil Guadagno stepped up to the mic to talk about the improvements he has made and what he is looking forward to in 2007. Twenty-nine year veteran of New Smyrna Speedway in the role of Official FASCAR photographer, the awesome Jim Jones in the first of several interviews we mhave planned. Jim has seen it all, shot it all and hey, he still remembers it all:) Ending the evening was another look at the Outlaw Street Stocks with promoter Gary Laplant and Company.....without a doubt the fastest two hours in motorsports media. (CLICK TO LISTEN NOW)

                                       JANUARY 23, 2007
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Sprint Car Hall of Fame Member Jean Lynch was our special guest on this special night. 2006 World Of Outlaws Rookie of the Year Chad Kemenah, HOSEHEADS Alan Holland, veteran East Bay Sprinter Clyde Poole, and Volusia Announcer Joe Linebarier rounded out our Sprint Car Winter Racing Review.

Eddie Van Meter, super late model standout joined us from USA International Speedway and announcer Gene Crane brought fans up to date on the pending Speedfest at USA International.

                                      JANUARY 16, 2007
It was bound to happen and it finally caught up with us. We lost our backup copy of the show for tonight and therefore it is not available this week. We will now have a third backup method in place so this never happens again.

                                       JANUARY 9, 2007
                                       THE YEAR BEGINS
Two Promoters (John Sarppraicone & Bobby Diehl) settle their differences and begin co-operative efforts. Randy Fox and other Charlotte County Motorsports Park drivers join in. East Bay Raceway Park owner Al Varnadore discusses the impact of Atomic Speedway. Pete Walton and North Florida Speedway's Modified Champion Kyle Owen preview the upcoming Snowbird 200 at NFS. Also Auburndale Speedway update and news and calls from drivers from around the USA. Scott McAllister joined Rick Bill and Jack and 45 race fans live at the Snook River Grill had great fun amid the usual high level insanity of Real Racin' USA.





                                   December 12, 2006
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                                  GREEN MAMBA SHOW
Doug Rose, owner of the recently stolen and recovered Green Mamba Jet Car was our very special guest tonight, along with Teddy Kempgens, the man who is helping Doug rebuild the world's most famous Jet Car. Ed "E.J." Strzepek, Cre Chief of the "Black Ice" Jet Car joined in from Illinois.

Also: Rick Bristol puts a wrap on the Hopkins Family Truckers 200 and winning driver Brandon Johnson is interviewed. Gene Crane previews the PRA show at US International Speedway, and Ronnie Sims explains why he gave a driver a $50,000 fine.


                                     December 5, 2006
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                    SNOWBALL DERBY WRAP UP & MORE
2006 USAR ProCup Champion and Snowball Derby winner Clay Rogers is featured. Also Steve Meyer, our Five Flags in site reporter during the Short Track America live coverage, and racers including Johnny Brazier, winner then DQ'ed in Tech and Shaun McWhirter of Mount Forest, Ontario the five place finisher.  D.J. Hoelzle joined us to talk about his new adventure in Sprint Cars....look out TBARA. Former EPSN Announcer Bob Jenkins was on hand to talk about the upcoming Premier Racing Association (PRA) show at USA International Speedway on Dec 13. John Sarppraicone was in the house to detail the upcoming Florida 400 Sprint Car show at DeSoto Super Speedway. Bill Jack and Rick up to their usual antics, doing their best to keep race fans bored.


                                    November 28, 2006
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                        THE FASTRUCK / FASTKIDS SHOW
Guests include promoter Bobby Diehl, ASA's Burt Thomas, Michael Cenzai, Matt Cohen J.R.Garcia, Anthony Campi and his grandfather. Also Jessica Green and her dad Carl, Drew Brannon, Dalton Zehr, Daniel Miller, Travis Roland and Patrick Staropoli. Rick Bristol with Hopkins Family Truckers 200. Tim Bryant of Five Flags Speedway gives fans the very latest on the Snowball Derby. Special thanks to Rick & Susan Auriemma for their assistance.
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                                    November 21, 2006
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Florida Mini Stock racer Mary Green joined Rick, Bill and Jack to welcome the management and several drivers from the Inverness Speedway, known officially as Citrus County Speedway. Two of Florida's top guns, Wayne Anderson in the house at the Snook River Grill and Jeff Scofield by telephone, discussed the Governors Cup race as well as some of the other issues facing racers today. Wayne's insights into the world of racing span the gamut from the top rung of NASCAR to the local short tracks and he tells it like it is.

Teddy Nelson, Doc Batson and Travis Nichols, all racers who frequent Inverness talked about the track and gave us insights into crate motors and lots of other topics were discussed including Batson's team win at the 12 Hours of Ocala race last month.

Don Critty, General Manager of Citrus, looks at the success of the track and what fans and drivers can expect in the upcoming season.

Tim Bryant from Five Flags Speedway brought fans up to speed on the latest news regarding the upcoming Snowball Derby.

This show is sure to be a good resource for younger drivers just entering the world of stock car racing.
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                                     November 14, 2006
HOLY CHAMPIONSHIPS BATMAN!.......go behind the scenes with B.J. McLeod, Rich Clouser, Daryl Smith, Dean Butrum, Champions all!

Plus interviews with Super Late Model star Jeff Choquette, Outlaw Modified racers Ric Mills and Matt Delaney and Truck racer Patrick Staropoli.

Young modified gun Brad Bishoff is working with Tom Baker and his driver development team out of North Carolina. We spoke with Baker about the prospects for youngsters moving into NASCAR ranks.

Never a dull moment when the Real Racin' USA team gets going.....get the inside scoop on Stan "he gave me the shirt off his back" Kolan's possible return to Florida track ownership....courtesy of insider Ken Sands.   

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                                  "A three hour show done in two hours"



                                    November 7, 2006
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The one, the only, the short track gambler himself, LeRoy Davidson, owner of Charlotte County Speedway gives it to you straight from the hip. Then he is joined by an unlikely comrade in arms as two Florida promoters draw a line in the sand for traveling series. And that's just the beginning!

Also: Dakotah Stephens, sprint car champion, proves he is as direct on the mic as he is on the track. Another emerging star on the Florida scene is David Wilson, currently being guided by two of the Sunshine State's living legends, Dick Anderson and Junior Purcell.

SPECIAL: A preview of the 41st Annual Governors Cup 200 with Terry Roberts, maybe Florida short track racing's best marketing man.

And more including "two minutes of fame" with Rick Bristol and "Mr Excitement's" Short Track Report.. oh my.
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                                     October 31, 2006
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What else to do on Halloween but have your favorite promoters on the show...a stellar cast of characters including Don Nerone (FASCAR), John Sarppraicone (Desoto Speedway, Howie Commander (Lebanon Valley), Rick Day (San Antonio) and Todd Hutto (East Bay).     BLACK TUESDAY
                Enough Said! 2 hours of promoter mayhem!
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                                  October 24, 2006
Tampa Bay Area Racing Association (TBARA) brought out their winged sprint cars for display at the Snook River Grill and made some new fans. A great Listen for all Race Fans!
                                                         Hour One
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TBARA President Don Rehm and former TBARA President and four time TBARA Champion Taylor Andrews joined us, Don in the house Taylor by phone for a rare conference of two TBARA Presidents looking back, looking now and looking to the future. The success of this series is nowhere more evident that in the principles embodied in these two men. Also in the first hour Michael Smith (TBARA's top Rookie 2006)and Erik MacMillan, both 17 and both making their mark at an early age in the world of sprint car racing.

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Hour two of our exclusive two hour look at the TBARA begins with Sprint Car Superstar Dave Steele talking with the hosts and TBARA and Dirt Sprint car veteran Paulie Millum (possibly on his way to two championships this year at East Bay). Joey Aguilar joins in and later Troy DeCaire and Bo Hartley get in the act withtheir own stories and answer questions about the world of sprint car racing. Wendy Mathis, the first ever female to ever win a race in the TBARA (she also finished 9th in the Little 500), join us and off course Rick has to bring up her fight.....amazing. By the way Bo Hartley, Troy DeCaire and Michael Smith are the top three in points as of this date.


                                     October 17, 2006

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-Brief report from Rick Anges on the death of Sheriff Chris Daniels at the "Battle of the Badges". Other racing news from around the country.
- Ocala Speedway owner Mike Peters talked about his first year as a speedway owner and the upcoming "12 Hours of Ocala".
-Young racing talent from Daytona Beach,truck racer Casey Caudill joined us in studio along with his father to discuss his racing adventure.
-Late Model star ahead of his years, fifteen year old Cody Pitts was in the house to discuss his career to date and talk about future plans in the ASA Late Models.

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-The Campbell Clan and Mike Amo from Bradenton discuss their many years of racing, Charlotte County, DeSoto, Sara Mana, Sunshine.
-A whole squadron of the infamous DeSoto Bombers joined us for for a wild ride
at the Snook River Grill. This is the real wild bunch, and some lessons for other racing classes and promoters around the country could be learned from this cast of characters.


                                               October 10, 2006
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-15 year old Cowboy Cadillac racer from South Florida and his mentor Alan Bragg.
-David Reutimann shows exactly why he deserves to be in the Nextel Cup as he reflects on his career. Really Cool!
-Scott McAllister gives an over view of Talladega, the experience. Also talks straight to all young people about the importance of a solid marketing program, "the toughest race you will ever run".

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-Bill Green tells his view of being at Reutimann Racing on Monday and the announcement party.
-ARCA racer Michael Faulk reviewed his awesome performance at Talladega. Want ot know exactly what it is like to bump draft at 180? Give a listen to Mike.
-Frank Kimmel, ARCA winner at Talladega and veteran of over 60 wins in ARCA in a very memorable interview.
PLUS PLUS PLUS.....he unveils his 100 lap National Bomber Enduro at the mile and half Kentucky Speedway next June paying $10,000.

                                    October 3, 2006
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Rick Bristol, promoter of the Hopkins Family Truckers 200 Charity event December 8 & 9 at Orlando Speedworld in Bithlo, Florida. Rick made some major announcements about the event. A must listen for all who intend to be a part of the event or race in it. Long time Speed and Outdoor Channel announcer Stephen Cox talks about the “Lost Generation of Racers” and how the youth movement may be hurting the racing industry.

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The second hour of this night’s show included interviews with Alex Yontz (winner of the Martinsville Speedway Bailey’s 300), Jeremy Root (a young racer who is sponsored by David Reutimann), Francois Pelletier (very entertaining racer from Vero Beach Florida who created the “Buckethead Campaign”). Also on this show was a “wow” interview with Top Fuel Harley Davidson Drags National Champion 2006. What is it like to go 200 mph on one wheel? Listen it! The hour concludes with a chat with young winning truck racer Anthony Campi.

                              Sept 26, 2006
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To get things started tonight young Seth Gerco. last years Florida Mini Cup Champion, and his parents sat down with the Real Racin' USA crew and got aquainted with doing the media thing, good job Seth.   One of the highlights of the night was our visit with Dave Mader III, one of America's winningest stock car drivers. Dave took us through a brief history of his career, spanning NASCAR to Super Late Models to Sprint Cars.  An amazing legacy.

                                         Hour Two
Larry Mattingly, promoter of Jennerstown Speedway dicussed the prominent issues of the day and how his speedway is dealing with the current stresses the sport of local stock car racing is going through.  A must for fans distressed by the current state of affairs. It is not as bad as some of you think.

Rick Bristol broke the news that David Reutimann, NASCAR driver from Florida, will  make a special guest appearance at the Tommy Hopkins Memorial in December.

Former NASCAR Craftsman Truck driver  Scot Walters tells why he is being so successful wih Super Late Models lately.  Short track set up wonder Jessie Dutilly and sprint car ace Paulie Millum spent time on the hot seat with Rick, Bill and Jack

                            Sept 19, 2006
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The House Was Rockin' this Tuesday night at the Snook River Grill with standing room only in the Short Track America room that, by the way, seats over 60 and they were all taken and more.  Listen to whole two hours, you'll be glad you did!!

1)Daniel Miller-10 year old Florida Mini Cup driver (Ocala, Fl).
2)John Kidwell and dad.-(Inverness, Fl) driver of the 7ny FastKids truck
3)Brad Bischoff and step-dad Brian Slentz-Open Wheel Mods at Desoto.
4) Shane "the Iceman" Yoder and his dad Brent, former modified mini stock racer.
5)Magic 4 driver Chelsea LaJoie and step-dad Jeff Dufresne, a  Late Model racer.
6)Dwayne Bryan, ARCA star from Lake Alfred, Fl.

                                      Hour Two
1)Wayne "The Rocket Man" Jefferson, Open Wheel ace
2)"Ricky" Bobby Baldwin - Defending DeSoto Open Wheel Champ
3) Steve Dorer of Race Car Engineering.
4)The awesome story of a "blue collar" Hooters ProCup Success story and one the series best races ever with Daniel Johnson, the star of Iowa Speedway.
5)Todd and Debbie Hutto, co-owners of East Bay Raceway Park, promoters of the Florida Mini Stock Challenge Series,  Southern Sportsman Series and Gulfcoast Modifieds.
6)Randy "the Silver Bullet" Johnson, a Bomber Racer.

7)Tyler Lau -Pure Stock driver at Desoto


                               Sept 12, 2006
Ahead of the curve is what you expect from and Short Track America, and of course we deliver:

                                   Hour One
Sprint Car ace Greg Leonard and his wife and little David need your help.  If you can see fit listen to the interview and contact the appropriate people. 
Also in the first hour we introduce you to Rick and Susan Auriemma of
Fast Times Productions (.com), the hottest new video team in Florida.

                                   Hour Two

My goodness, the second hour just is star studded. Ritchie Wauters, Crew Chief for Billy Ballew's 12 truck NASCAR Craftsman Truck team featuring drivers such as Kyle Busch, Jeremy Mayfield and Kevin Grubbs. Ritchie was a treat for fans with honest, down to earth insights into the rough and tumble world of top level NASCAR racing.

Not enough, not to worry, Mike Beecher, Director of Media Relations for Rusty Wallace's  new palace in Iowa, Iowa Speedway, opening this weekend.

An awesome night of racin' talk from the top broadcast team in the South, bar none!


                                  SEPT 5, 2006
Of course Bill, Rick and Jack keep the show each week as far off track as possible. We want you to be serious so we don't have to.
                              HOUR ONE   
 Sure to get your emotions going, spend a few minutes with the
Vampire Biker Babes movie producer Walt Jenkins, then DeSoto Speedway owner John Sarppraicone enters to the theme from the Godfather.. Moments later Bobby Diehl, the famed Fastruck promoter calls in. The fur flies as these two promoters exchange verbal barbs to make your skin crawl.

After the show settles back down videographer Bob Culbertson and photographer "Demo" Don Landers share some experiences with the audience.

                            HOUR TWO
Martin Pierce, owner of the
Huntsville Speedway in Alabama shares his story of track ownership after one year in the buisiness.  Martin may surprise many race fans with his take on track ownership.

Drivers Greg Dennis (TQ Late Models) Bill Colbert Jr. and Scott Dawley (Mini Stocks & Sportsman) tell their story.

Thanks to all the guests and race fans who dropped in for our informal "undressed" rehersal for the REAL RACIN' USA b



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