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The Down and Dirty Show

Bonus Ep. 87: Joey Logano (RWP)

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs are about to begin and that means Joey Logano will defend his '18 championship and look to become the first driver since Jimmie Johnson in 2009-10 to win back-to-back titles. But you might be surprised by just how calm and unrattled the Team Penske driver is about being the reigning and defending champion and his approach to the next 10 weeks. In this bonus episode Logano reveals why he feels more confident this year than he did last; why there is nothing different from winning one championship to trying to win a second; how he would view a second championship; why he believes it's not about the trophy but what you do with it. Logano reveals what have been the perks of being the Cup champion; if he agrees with crew chief Todd Gordon that the 22 team has the speed but needs to execute; how the rules package could be a variable in the playoffs; where Logano feels he is as a competitor, championship contender, and with his confidence. On a personal level, Logano has recently revealed an autoimmune disorder he is dealing with and why he's going public with it. Plus, does he believe the gap has closed between the field and the Penske and Gibbs cars, and would not making a return appearance at Homestead be a disappointment? And now that he finally has his championship trophy back, where did Logano put it? Music created by Tony Monge.
00:32:09 9/13/2019

Past Episodes

Andy Petree talks the early days of his racing career, changing tires for Darrell Waltrip and car owner Junior Johnson, an "innovative" car that Phil Parsons took to victory lane at Talladega and Harry Gant's magical ride in September 1991. Co-hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid also break down Cale Yarborough's controversial win at Nashville in 1979, David Pearson going head to head with Humpy Wheeler and a war of words involving a number of Grand National Scene readers.
01:04:06 9/11/2019
iRacing Downshift is back with a vengeance with our biggest episode yet! Hosts Greg West, Kevin Bobbitt, and Chris Leone run through all the exciting things you'll experience with the 2019 Season 4 Build. Then, it's off to the Nurburgring, as Greg, Kevin, and guest host Doug Hunt interview some of the biggest names in simracing, including Jimmy Broadbent, Nils Heusinkveld, Wil Vincent, and more! This is one episode that you won't want to miss!
01:03:57 9/11/2019
Jim Beaver celebrates the 400th episode of the show with good friends Travis Pastrana and Rutledge Wood talking about life, the industry, and where things are headed. A can't miss show celebrating 400 episodes of the Down & Dirty Radio Show.
01:39:54 9/10/2019
Is Parker Kligerman the busiest guy in motorsports? It might be hard to argue that after hearing all about Kligerman's adventures in this week's podcast. Kligerman explains how much he travels during the week to do NASCAR broadcasting, TV shows, and meeting with Gaunt Brothers Racing team. But with everyone Kligerman has his hands on, does he feel creativity fulfilled? Kligerman also reveals how he approaches asking drivers questions being that he's a driver himself and knows what direction to go in; if he's made peace with how his career and life has played out over the last few years. How long does Kligerman keep doing everything that he is before giving up on driving? Understanding how much his appreciation for racing has changed because Kligerman understands the next time could be the last time. Plus, making his Cup Series championship prediction and how he thinks the Xfinity and Truck Series playoffs will shake out. Music created by: Tony Monge. Lionel Racing is the market leader in the design, promotion and distribution of licensed die-cast race cars. A division of Lionel Trains, Lionel Racing makes and sells replica NASCAR® and other racing die-cast through a variety of channels, including corporate and national accounts, trackside, online, a network of specialty dealers, and the Racing Collectables Club of America (RCCA). Located near Charlotte Motor Speedway, Lionel Racing has the pulse of the motorsports community and is committed to giving fans the very best in die-cast collectibles. For more information, visit www.lionelracing.com.
00:26:20 9/8/2019
Jim Beaver and media director have an updated set of power rankings for you and recap Crandon in preparation for episode #400 next week.
00:36:10 9/6/2019
Jim Beaver and Tiffany Stone recap the 2019 50th Anniversary Crandon World Cup event on this week's 4 Wheel Parts Down & Dirty Show Off-Road Edition Powered By Polaris RZR.
00:47:22 9/6/2019
Our next guest is closing in on some of IndyCar's greatest names. It's Team Penske driver Will Power, the winner of the 102nd Indianapolis 500 in 2018. Power dominated the Grand Prix of Portland on September 1, leading 52 laps to score the 37th victory of his career. That ties him with four-time Champ Car Series champion Sebastien Bourdais for sixth on the all-time victory list. Next up is Al Unser, with 39 wins. The Portland win was the second of the season, all coming within the last three races. RACEDAY's Bruce Martin caught up with Power after the race to talk about that and other topics on today's Honda IndyCar Report.
00:16:03 9/4/2019
Hosts Rick Houston and Steve Waid react to a memorable weekend at Darlington Raceway, during which they finally unveiled their commemorative issue of Grand National Scene. In the second segments, Rick and Steve remember a treacherous weekend at North Wilkesboro that left cars crumbled and drivers fuming. Finally, they take a look at the hard-core reporting of the legendary motorsports journalist Gene Granger.
00:48:34 9/4/2019
Jeff Burton is known as the 'mayor' because he's always good for a quote or in-depth conversation. Burton lives up to that moniker today as he discusses NBC Sports again picking up the schedule at an exciting time for the sport; what has felt different this year compared to his first few as a broadcaster; whether broadcasting gets easier with time but how live TV is always going to have its challenges. Burton also reveals how one's belief of what happened during an incident looks completely different inside versus outside of the race car (stay tuned for a Danica Patrick story!); Burton explains how he handled covering the Xfinity Series race at New Hampshire that featured his son Harrison; learning from Ned Jarrett; separating personal and professional in covering someone Burton may not like; his open-door policy with drivers to talk to him if they don't like what they are hearing about themselves or the sport; Burton reveals how he's had driver's parents reach out to him during races; if being a former competitor has helped Burton in this role and why he says you have to work hard to stay on top of things. Plus, how has this job challenged Burton? The reason he scrolls through social media during the races; what he was most nervous about when deciding to joining NBC; what goes into Burton's prep work, and does he have anything on his broadcast bucket list? Music created by Tony Monge. Lionel Racing is the market leader in the design, promotion and distribution of licensed die-cast race cars. A division of Lionel Trains, Lionel Racing makes and sells replica NASCAR® and other racing die-cast through a variety of channels, including corporate and national accounts, trackside, online, a network of specialty dealers, and the Racing Collectables Club of America (RCCA). Located near Charlotte Motor Speedway, Lionel Racing has the pulse of the motorsports community and is committed to giving fans the very best in die-cast collectibles. For more information, visit www.lionelracing.com.
00:34:02 9/2/2019
Our next guest is a driver who overcame adversity in less than six days. It's Takuma Sato, who was blamed for triggering the massive crash at the start of the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway on August 18. He was able to redeem himself with the fifth win of his career when he drove a brilliant race in the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway. Saturday led 61 laps to claim his first career win on a short oval. It was also his second victory of the season, the first time he has won more than one race in a season. RACEDAY's Bruce Martin caught up with Sato after the race to talk about that and other topics on today's Honda IndyCar Report.
00:13:06 8/28/2019

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