Hosts Joe Castello and Gary Scelzi asked for your emails and boy did you deliver. In this edition of S#!+SCELZI SAYS The NHRA Gripes Edition, they spend the next half hour talking racing and answering your emails. And according to an NHRA official, they're listening too.
Be careful what you ask for because you just might get it. This is the lesson four-time NHRA fuel champion Gary Scelzi learned in popular S#!+SCELZI SAYS show on CompetitionPlusAudio.com. Scelzi will spend much of this show answering a great portion of listener feedback.
He's back for another season of telling it like it is. Four-time NHRA nitro champion Gary Scelzi discusses the latest topics facing drag racing and seeks your input on what you like and dislike about drag racing.
Scelzi is prepared to approach the NHRA on behalf of you, the fan, regarding what is right or wrong with NHRA drag racing.
If you managed to get out of going Black Friday shopping, you ought to be rewarded.
What we expect to become a tradition for Black Friday, Gary Scelzi is back and on the tire about certain topics in drag racing and NASCAR's Busch Brothers. Scelzi is so fired up that a single edition couldn't hold him, so we broke it down -- Thanksgiving style.
We presented to you 30-minutes of S#!+SCELZI SAYS, and it's more than worth listening to.
There are race promoters, and then there is Bill Bader Jr.
He is the second generation of a drag racing family which resurrected the old drag strip in Norwalk, Ohio, outside of Cleveland, from just a place where the old school hot rodders raced instead of on the street. The once decent race track, now considered one of the crown jewels on the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series as Summit Motorsports Park, regularly packs the house.
Listen in as CompetitionPlusAudio.com's Kathy Fisher talks promotion with the front man for the family who made $1 for a pound of ice cream famous.