Friday, June 23, 2017


John Hunter Nemechek took the lead with 5 laps remaining and held on to win the NASCAR CAMPINGWORLD TRUCK SERIES M&M's 200 Presented by Casey's General Stores at the Iowa Speedway on Friday June 23rd.

The final 6 laps, would be the only ones that Nemechek would lead in the race.

Johnny Sauter finished second, leading twice for 72 laps and surrendering the lead on lap 194 after a late restart.

13th starting Brandon Jones finished third and did not lead any laps during the race.

10th starting Grant Enfinger finished 4th.

Click Here to listen to Grant Enfinger

Christopher Bell started second and led once for 99 laps, but a caution before the end of stage 2 got him out of pit sequence and he finished 5th.

Click Here to listen to Christopher Bell

Third starting Chase Briscoe led once for 7 laps and finished 7th.

Click Here to listen to Chase Briscoe

NASCAR CAMPINGWORLD TRUCK SERIES M&M'S 200 Presented by Casey's General Stores

Fin   Str   Driver                             Laps Completed  Status
1       5     John Hunter Nemechek        200                Running
2       4     Johnny Sauter                       200                Running
3       13   Brandon Jones                      200                Running
4       10   Grant Enfinger                      200                Running
5       2     Christopher Bell                    200                Running
6       1     Noah Gragson                       200                Running
7       3     Chase Briscoe                       200                Running
8       11    Austin Cindric                      200                Running
9       9     Jesse Little                            200                Running
10     7     Justin Haley                          200                Running
11     14   Harrison Burton                    199                Running
12     15   Cody Coughlin                      199               Running
13     20   Scott Lagasse Jr.                    196               Running
14     6     Ben Rhodes                           195               Running
15     19   Jordan Anderson                   193               Running
16     18   Trey Hutchens                       192               Running
17     29   Wendell Chavous                  191               Running
18     22    Josh Reaume                        185               Running
19     12    Matt Crafton                         184               Accident
20     8      Ryan Truex                           166              Overheating
21     32    Mike Senica                          143              Too Slow
22     27    Norm Benning                      126               Transmission
23     17    Austin Self                            124               Accident
24     16    Kaz Grala                             115                Accident
25     28    Bryce Napier                          98               Engine
26     24    Kyle Donahue                        68               Engine
27     31    Ted Minor                              25               Brakes
28     26    Kevin Donahue                      24               Brakes
29     21    TJ Bell                                   15                Electrical
30     25    Tyler Young                           12                Electrical
31     23     Joe Nemechek                        3                 Rear Gear
32     30     JJ Yeley                                  3                 Oil Pump

Time of Race: 1 hr, 47 min. 42 sec.
Average Speed:  97.493 MPH
Margin of Victory:  1.62 sec.
Cautions:  4 for 34 laps
Lead Changes:  5 among 5 drivers

Gragson Wins Pole For M&M's 200

Noah Gragson won the pole for tonight's M&M's 200 at Iowa Speedway  with a lap of 23.136 seconds, 136.151 MPH

Starting Lineup

1.   Noah Gragson
2.   Christopher Bell
3.   Chase Briscoe
4.   Johnny Sauter
5.   John Hunter Nemechek
6.   Ben Rhodes
7.   Justin Haley
8.   Ryan Truex
9.   Jesse Little
10.  Grant Enfinger
11.  Austin Cindric
12.  Matt Crafton
13.  Brandon Jones
14.  Harrison Burton
15.  Cody Coughlin
16.  Kaz Grala
17.  Austin Self
18.  Trey Hutchens
19.  Jordan Anderson
20.  Scott Lagasse Jr.
21.  TJ Bell
22.  Josh Reaume
23.  Joe Nemechek
24.  Kyle Donahue
25.  Tyler Young
26.  Kevin Donahue
27.  Norm Benning
28.  Bryce Napier
29.  Wendell Chavous
30.  JJ Yeley
31.  Ted Minor
32.  Mike Senica

DNQ Jennifer Jo Cobb

NASCAR Double Header at Iowa Speedway this Weekend

Both the NASCAR CAMPINGWORLD Truck Series and the NASCAR XFINITY Series are in action at Iowa Speedway this weekend.

 The Trucks will run the  M&M's 200 at 7:30 PM on Friday.  The race can be seen on FS1, MRN radio and Sirius XM NASCAR channel 90.

 The XFINITY Series E15 250 presented by Enogen will be at 7:30 PM on Saturday.  The race can be seen on FS1, MRN radio and  Sirius XM NASCAR Channel 90.

Dean Reller is on scene and will be updating throughout the weekend.  Check back for updates as they happen.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Schatz wins at Granite City Speedway

At Granite City Speedway in Sauk Rapids (MN) Donny Schatz #15 won his 11th World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car series race of the year and he extended his point lead.  Schatz has now won two of the three events held at Granite City Speedway.

Jason Johnson #41 might have had the fastest car, he won time trials with a time of 11.572 around the .284 mile dirt oval at Granite City Speedway, not even close to the track record time of 10.720.  Johnson also won his heat race and the fast dash and he led the first 13 laps of the Main Event until a caution slowed the field and Schatz passed Johnson just after the restart.  Schatz held back a few darting moves from both Johnson and #49 Brad Sweet to score the win and the $6000 first place check and the cool Granite trophy.

Brad Sweet had a terrible time in qualifying, he was only the 16th fastest qualifier out of the 22 cars competing.  Sweet was a half second slower than Johnson in qualifying but his car was awesome in the main event.  Sweet started the race 10th and moved up to the fourth position when the caution was displayed on lap 13, Sweet was able to charge up one more position and finished third, he also was the hard charger of the race.

Here are our exclusive interviews with the TOP 3 finishers at Granite City Speedway.  Click on the link for audio.

Donny Schatz 1st Place
Jason Johnson 2nd Place
Brad Sweet 3rd Place
4th- Kerry Madsen
5th- David Gravel
6th- Sheldon Haudenschild
7th Jason Sides
8th Shane Stewart (2016 winner)
9th Logan Schuchart
10th Joey Saldana #17

The extreme speed from the 900 horse power World of Outlaws Sprint Cars was amazing to see and the pass for the lead was very exciting.  The track was tacky and multiple grooves were available, small clumps of mud were flying into the stands and the nearly packed crowd seemed very pleased with the show.  The four wide salute at the beginning of the Main Event was a highlight

The only wreck of the night occurred during time-trials when #9 Jared Goerges flipped his car between turns three and four.  His crew worked feverishly in the pits to try and return the car to the track.  He did start the main event but ended up getting scored last place in the feature (22nd) after completing only one lap.

For More information go to

Speed Talk on 1360 Radio will have a complete recap of the World of Outlaws race presented by Marthaler Chevrolet of Glenwood on Saturday 10-11am (CDT) on or by using the FREE Tunein app and searching KRWC.

For Full Race Highlights on Youtube Click HERE

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Incredible finish of Elko Speedway ARCA race

The finish of the Shore Lunch 250 ARCA series race at Elko Speedway was amazing.  It ended with #52 Austin Theriault edging #15 Christian Eckes by just a couple feet at the finish line a margin of .029.

Here is the audio of the final 5 laps from ELKO announcer Jason Searcy

Here is the TV coverage of the final few laps

Here is an audio recap including interviews of the Shore Lunch 250 at ELKO

Here is the post-race winner interview of Austin Theriault as heard only on Speed Talk on 1360 radio

Second Place finisher #15 Christian Eckes drove an incredible race but came up just short, here is our interview with him post-race.

Third place finisher #18 Riley Herbst was the General tire pole award winner with a time of 14.362, he had contact with #55 Zane Smith (photo below) in the final corner of the last lap, Smith was transferred to the hospital and was later released.  Here is our interview with Herbst

Bret Holmes #23 finished 4th, he started the race in second with a time of 14.364, only .002 behind Herbst for the pole.  He is a student at Auburn and proudly displays their logo on his helmet.

Local Minnesota racer #78 Cole Anderson (below) of Northfield drove for Mason Mitchell Motorsports, he had a very strong race and was in the "top 5" much of the night.  He was involved in the last lap wreck though and finished 10th.

Here is our interview with Cole Anderson

Here is the race story from ARCA

Another local racer Natalie Decker from Eagle River (WI) raced the #25 for Venturini Motorsports and finished a lap down in 13th after a pass-through penalty under green, she spent most of the race on the lead lap.  Decker did pose in a Victory Lane photo with Great North Legends winner Derek Lemke.

What an incredible night of racing and a good crowd at Elko Speedway for the #ShoreLunch250.  For more coverage of this event and all MN racing listen to Speed Talk on 1360 Radio Saturdays 10-11am on or search KRWC on the free Tunein app for your mobile device.

Here are the official results from ARCA.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

ARCA Returns to ELKO

By Jason D Searcy

Circle the date Saturday June 3rd 2017 on your racing calendar because that is the return of the ARCA series to Elko (MN) Speedway.  The ARCA series presented by Menards not only is one of the very few chances for us to see live pit-stops up here in the North, it also provides the unique opportunity to meet and greet the future stars of our favorite sport.  

As an example, think back to the very first ARCA race ever held in Minnesota, it was at Elko Speedway six years ago, it was a beautiful day on June 2nd in 2012.   28 cars started the Akona 200 with Alex Bowman on the pole.  Alex Bowman currently is employed by Hendrick Motorsports and he drove the #88 car for Dale Jr in the opening Clash at Daytona International Speedway last February.  He is so highly thought of that Mr Hendrick offered him a contract even though he has no ride for him at the moment, he might be driving the #88 car next year in the Cup series.

Matt Lofton led the race for a few laps until Brennan Poole took the lead on lap 12, he had the quickest car all night long.  Poole currently races full time in the NASCAR Xfinity series in the #48 car for Chip Ganassi.

Some cars pitted for tires on lap 66, including Chris Buescher who is now racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for JT Daugherty after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Championship in 2015 for Roush/Fenway racing.

Local driver Joey Miller from Lakeville (MN) brought out the caution on lap 90 providing the opportunity for Brennan Poole to pit for tires, Poole returned to the track in 8th position.

Steve Arpin, who grew up just a few miles north of Minnesota in Fort Francis, Ontario, Canada brought out the next caution on lap 117.  Arpin is now racing for Chip Ganassi as a factory Global Rallycross driver.  Poole had worked his way up to fourth when the caution flag flew.

Poole (photo below) then used the high side to his advantage and took a lead he would never relinquish on lap 133, he won by 1.205 seconds over Matt Lofton with Chris Buescher finishing 3rd and Frank Kimmel coming across the finish line 4th. Tom Hessert was 5th and Joey Miller fought back for a strong 6th place finish.

Two other notable drivers were not even a factor in the race.  Erik Jones, a 7 time winner in the Xfinity series, who currently drives for Furniture Row in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series finished 8th and two-time Daytona Xfinity series winner Ryan Reed, who is now driving for Roush/Fenway in the #16 car, finished 13th.

The race took just over one hour to complete in 2012, so an extra 50 laps were added in 2013.  It was a very memorable event when NASCAR Cup Legend Ken Schrader won the pole and ARCA Legend Frank Kimmel tied Iggy Katona for the most career ARCA wins with 78.  Grant Enfinger (below) spun early but came back through the field and won the ARCA race at Elko Speedway in 2014.  Here is our Speed Talk on 1360 audio recap of the 2014 race

Thinking back 6 years ago to the first race in 2012, If only we had known just how many of those ARCA drivers would go on to become stars in NASCAR things would've been different.  We all easily could've gotten autographs from each and every driver in the race and filled up our camera's with the photographic proof that I met THAT GUY who now races every weekend on TV! 

Many of us didn't take advantage of that opportunity a few years ago but, thankfully we now have a second chance because after a two year hiatus, the ARCA series presented by Menards will be returning to Elko Speedway for the Shore Lunch 250 lap event on Saturday night June 3rd and joined by the Great North Legends cars.

Look for rising stars like #52 Austin Theriault from Fort Kent Maine who has recently raced in both the Truck series and Xfinity series, he drives for Ken Schrader and is the point leader.  Dalton Sargeant #77 is a 19 yr old from Boca Raton FL who is turning heads, he is second in points.  Gus Dean #32 from Bluffton Georgia and Justin Fontaine #33 from Fletcher North Carolina are driving for Win-Tron racing owned by former ASA Champion Kevin Cywinski who lived for many years in Minnesota.  Joe Gibbs racing has an entry in the field as well, #18 is Riley Herbst from Las Vegas Nevada.

Natalie Decker (below) from Elk River WI, who has spent a lot of time at Elko Speedway the last couple years, will be racing #25 for Venturini Motorsports after a lead-lap finish in her ARCA debut at Toledo.

Northfield (MN) racer Cole Anderson is also entered in the race, he will be driving the #78 car for Mason Mitchell Motorsports.  Cole has won some big Super Late Model races in his short career but a win in this race would really get him some National attention.

The race itself is sure to be memorable but the pre-race autograph session and selfie line with all the ARCA drivers might provide that lasting image that you will cherish in a few years.  When you live way up here in the North Country, opportunities like this one don't come along every day.  So don't miss it.  Spectator Gates open at 1pm, ARCA Qualifying at 5pm, the Eternity Homes Great North Legends feature is at 5:30pm, the on-track autograph session is from 6:15-7:15pm with ARCA racing at 8pm.

Get discounted Tickets at Regional Minnesota Menards Stores and get more information at or

***Franklin (VA) driver Willie Mullins has a CW Metals from Monticello (MN) as a sponsor for this race and is putting a big effort into having a good run at ELKO.  Here is the interview Jason and Dean did with Willie

***Kevin Cywinski is the owner of ARCA team Win-Tron Racing.  Here is an interview with Kevin talking about his storied racing career and the upcoming ELKO race.

****Cole Anderson from Northfield MN will be in the ARCA race at ELKO.  He is driving the #78 car for Mason Mitchell Motorsports.  Here is the interview we did with Cole talking about this great opportunity.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Speed Talk on 1360 is Back for a 9th Season!

Dean and Jason are ready for a 9th season of Speed Talk on 1360 Radio on KRWC in Buffalo (MN) broadcasting every Saturday morning 10-11am on 1360AM, and on the free Tunein app by searching KRWC.  TUNEIN  KRWC

Thanks to our Sponsors, without their support, this would not be possible.
ELKO Speedway
Performance Driving School at BIR
Lou Fegers Racing Products
Highway 55 Trailer Sales

Jason continues to be the Announcer at Elko (MN) Speedway for the 5th year and Dean is now the Announcer at Granite City Speedway in Sauk Rapids (MN).  We will bring you interviews from our home tracks every week.

HERE are the Podcast links to 2017 shows:
First Show of 2017
Adam Brachle from Youth Impact Racing
Jake Mataya Flat Track Motorcycle
Jordan Bianchi on Dale Jr retirement
Willie Mullins (ARCA)
Kevin Cywinski (ARCA)
Harry Gant (NASCAR)
Rick Allen (NBC)
Ron Krog (USMTS)

We will also continue to cover Big Racing Events across the North including the Trans-Am Race at Brainerd International Raceway over the Independence Day weekend.

Speed Talk on 1360 will bring you full coverage of  Indy Car, Camping World Truck Series, ARCA and the NASCAR Xfinity series events at Iowa Speedway.

We will bring you the best coverage of everything going on in NASCAR with SBNation writer Jordan Bianchi (below right) who is in attendance at many of these events.  We also check in every week with Dan Plan (below left) who covers the local scene as well as anyone, he is the editor of the Midwest Racing Connection.  SBNation/NASCAR The Racing Connection

From the local ARCA Midwest tour races, ARCA National Tour or the World of Outlaws, we will be there.

Many of our past interviews are Podcasted.  CLICK THIS LINK for a listing of previous podcasts.
Speed Talk PODCASTS  We interview over 50 drivers per year.

You can join our Facebook Page and keep up with all that goes on Speed Talk on 1360, even get a Shoutout on the radio!  Speed Talk Facebook Group

You never know who will be on the radio show.  We have done one on one interviews with some of the biggest names in racing.  In 2016 we talked to:  Ryan Hunter-Reay, Ty Dillon, Helio Castroneves, Erik Jones, Scott Dixon, Sam Hornish, Elliott Sadler, Tommy Archer, Brad Sweet, Paul Fix, Shane Stewart, Josef Newgarden, Daniel Suarez, Chase Briscoe, Ty Majeski, Harrison Burton and many others.

Jason and Dean have each been covering Motorsports for over 25 years and appreciate all of you that has made that possible.  Thank you for listening to the show and Thumbs Up for an awesome 2017!.

To follow all the action be sure and follow Jason and Dean on Twitter.  Thanks for listening to the "Fastest Hour on Radio," Speed Talk on 1360.   Follow Jason HERE Follow Dean HERE

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Elko Speedway racer Matt Goede recovering from injury

By Jason D Searcy

March 1, 2017

Things were going great for #28 Matt Goede in 2016, he just bought a house in Carver (MN) and at the age of 28 he was ascending to the peak of his racing career.  In auto racing he finished second place to his brother #72 Jacob Goede in the Premiere division at Elko Speedway for the second consecutive year.  In snowmobile racing he had just won his third Vintage World Championship in Eagle River (WI) and moved up to the Elite TLR Cup Tour Championship Ice Oval racing circuit.  The first week out he shocked many people by finishing second place to Cardell Potter in Fargo (ND), confidence was at an all-time high. Then the calendar turned to 2017 and Matt's life changed forever.  

On January 8th while racing in Ironwood (MI) Matt's sled had mechanical problems causing him to slow dramatically coming out of turn number four, with the whole field bearing down on him.  His sled was hit, he slid off and then he was struck by another sled going 80+ mph.  He sustained catastrophic injuries including:  Shattered Kneecap, Broken Pelvis in three places, Dislocated Elbow, Three Broken Toes, Broken Foot and if that is not enough he had Compound Fractures (that means bones poking through the skin) in his Lower Leg, Upper Leg and Arm.

"I was awake the whole time," said Goede "I was aware of what was going on but I was in a lot of pain."  He was transferred to a hospital in Wausau (WI) and then the news started to get out to the racing community.  Prayers were sent over social media and Adam Brachle, the track chaplain at Elko Speedway, rushed to the hospital.  "It was great to see Adam, nice to see a familiar face, I'm glad he was there for my dad and everybody," said Goede.

Shortly thereafter a GoFundMe page was set up to help Matt with his medical expenses, the Goal was to raise $15,000.  The response on Facebook was immediate and impressive, that page has been shared 3,100 times and 282 people donated a total of $32,885... so far.  "I can't thank everyone enough for the support and donations, when things go bad, I guess that is when you find out who your friends really are" said Goede. "I'm not really an outgoing person, so for all those people to show their support is really cool."

Matt's father John Goede also raised $10,000 by donating the sled that Jacob rode to a Vintage World Championship in 2006 and 2011 to a Charity auction.  That $10,000 was donated to Blaine Stephenson, who was also injured in the Ironwood race, and Gavin Bihner, who was injured in a race on New Years Eve.
Matt is back home and on his way to recovery now, but there is a long way to go.  He is still in a wheelchair and can't put any weight on his right side.  "Pretty much all I can do is sit in my wheelchair and watch TV all day long," said Matt "This injury sucks but I'm glad to be here, it could've been much worse."  Matt is hoping to be able to walk by May so he can get back to the racetrack, "I want to be at the track every week, my brother (Jacob) plans on racing Elko Speedway and I'm looking forward to watching" said Goede.

Matt is not giving up on racing himself on asphalt or ice, but that is quite a ways off, right now he is just thankful to be alive and looking forward to flipping the calendar to 2018.

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Podcast listings on Speed Talk on 1360

Here is a listing of our Podcast interviews on Speed Talk on 1360 Radio.  When an individual race date is listed, its multiple driver interviews in a radio segment.

Iowa Speedway events:
Nationwide August 2011
Nationwide 2012
Nationwide Spring 2011
President Jimmy Small 2014
Nationwide May 2014
LIVE from Iowa 2010 Prerace
Ryan Hunter-Reay 2016
Truck Series 2012
Bobby Santos USAC 2015
Erik Jones 2016 winner
Ty Dillon 2016
IndyCar Recap 2016 Iowa Speedway
Xfinity Series Spring 2016 recap (Hornish)
Paige Decker 2016
Ashley Judd and Sage Karam 2012
Xfinity recap August 2016 (Jones)
Newgarden Indy winner 2016
Trucks & Indycar 2014 interviews
Trevor Bayne 2010
ARCA Recap Iowa 2016
Erik Jones Truck winner Iowa 2016
Xfinity Recap Iowa 2015 (Beuscher)

Brainerd International Raceway events:
Tony Pedregon NHRA 2011
Michael Self K&N 2012
BIR K&N race 2012
BIR Trans-Am recap 2013
Cameron Haley 2012
BIR K&N Prerace interviews 2012
Trans-Am recap 2016
Jordan Bernloehr radio 2016
Tommy Kendall 2014
Amy Ruman Trans-Am 2014
Trans-Am recap BIR 2015
Gary Curtis Performance Driving School 2015

Midwest Tour:
ELKO MWtour August 2012
ELKO Midwest tour 2011
Ross Kenseth 2009
ELKO 250 Midwest tour 2011
Chris Marek 2011 ASA Sportsman
ELKO Midwest tour 2009
Preseason Tim Olson 2012
Jonathan Eilen ELKO winner 2007
Fredrickson RWP winner 2007
Majeski MWtour Champ 2015
Ty Majeski Thunderstruck93 winner 2015
Dillon Sellner 2011 Sportsman
Oktoberfest 2013 recap
Fredrickson Oktoberfest 2015 winner
Fredrickson Thunderstruck93 win 2014
Ty Majeski Thunderstruck93 2014
Nick Murgic Thunderstruck93 2014
Jonathan Eilen 2014

World of Outlaws:
Brooke Tatnell
Shane Stewart winner 2016
Brad Sweet 2nd 2016
Kerry Madsen 3rd 2016
Granite City WoO 2016 Recap
Shane Stewart radio interview 2016

ARCA National tour:
Nate Thiesse 2011
Nate Theisse 2014
Nate Theisse 2015
Frank Kimmel 2014
Mason Mitchell 2014
Iowa ARCA recap 2016

Elko Speedway:
Elko SLM and Big 8 Champ wrap-up
Legends Qualifier 2006 PBP
Labor Day 200 2006 PBP
Nick Panitzke 2012
Joey Prusak 2014
Joey Prusak 2016
Michael Ostdiek Sept 2016
Jacob Goede Champ 2016
Dylan Moore Champ 2016
Conrad Jorgenson Practice Day 2016
Michael Ostdiek KDDP news
Tony Brewer First win 2016
Derek Lemke 2016
Matt Goede 2016
Ryan Varner 2016
Chris Marek 2016
Ty Majeski 2016 ELKO
Jacob Goede Behrens memorial winner
Brent Kane Kingery memorial winner
Paul Hamilton 2016
Brandon Petersen 2016
Taylor Goldman 2016
Dirk Henry 2016
Michael Ostdiek win 2016
Dylan Warner 2016
Jeremy Wolff 2016
Brandon Olson 2016
Billy Mohn 2016
Bryce Blohm 2016
Doug Brown 2016
Jonathan Eilen 2016
Schelitzche Champ 2015
Grant Brown Champ 2015
Brian Adams 2015
Ryan Kamish 2015
Doug Brown 2015
Grant Brown 2015
Brady Fox-Rhode 2015
Jake Ryan 2015
Eric Campbell 2015
Nick Barstad 2015
Brent Kane 2015
Darin Giles 2015
Taylor Goldman 2015
Paul Paine 2015
Alex Vincent 2015
Dusty Mann 2015
Ted Reuvers 2015 Kingery memorial winner
Tom Doten 2015
Matt Allen 2015
Derek Lemke 2015
Grant Brown 2015
Tina Davis 2015

Raceway Park:
Raceway Park Final Final night
Kevin Busse
Ryan Johnson
Raceway Park Final Final interviews
Tim Olson 2012
Robby Carter 2012
Matt Schaar 2012
Tom Quade 2012
Jeremy Roach 2012
Chad Walen 2012
Drew Skaja 2012
Ryan Varner 2012
Rylee Michaelson 2012
Bryan Syer-Keske 2012
Molly Rhoads 2012
Mike Dimmick 2012
Ricky Martin 2012
Todd Wilson 2012
Kyle Larkin 2012
Dillon Sellner 2011

I-94 Raceway:
I-94 Speedway 1991-1993 recap
I-94 Speedway goes Asphlat (2of4)
I-94 Raceway history part 3of4
Best Ever drivers at I-94 commentary
I-94 Raceway memories 2015
1994 Reg season Wrap up
1995 Season Recap
Butch Stearns 1995
Gary Webb 1994
1994 Season in Review
1991 Speedway Show #13
I-94 Raceway Report May 2006
I-94 Raceway report highlights 2001
Rob Thurston 2016
Tim Olson 2015
Jon Lewerer 2016

Princeton Speedway:
Mitchell Hribar
Rick Kobs
Jon Lewerer
Brandon Beckendorf 2016
Jeremy Kasik
Dale Mathison
Billy Kendall
Dan Mackenthun
Mitchell Hribar 2016
Nate Coopman 2016
Eric Martini 2016
Tyler Mecl 2016
Billy Kendall 2016
Chris Graf 2016
Princeton Champs 2015 recap
Clint Hatlestad-2015-Boone-IA

Monster Trucks:
Devin Jones-Barbarian

Dirt Tracks:
Ron Krog Aug 2010
Ron Krog 2011
Ron Krog Spring 2010
Ron Krog 2014
Ron Krog 2015
Ron Krog 2016
Eric Breeschoten 2009
Dave Cain 2009
Jon Lewerer 2016

Speed Talk on 1360 Season Reviews:
2011 Season Review
2010 Season Review
2011 Final Full Show
2012 Season Review
2016 Speed Talk Season recap

Michael Wray 2010
Michael Wray Rally Racing
Chris Hawkey KFAN 2011
Darin Nelson Hideaway Speedway 2011
Jake Mataya Motorcycle 2012
Bret Nordine Snowmobile 2012
Chris Hawkey KFAN 2012
Chris Hawkey 2016
Chris Hawkey 2014
Michele NASCAR Marketing
Michele NASCAR Merchandising
Chris Economaki memorial
2016 NASCAR season wrap
Matt Panure TUNDRA 2016
Matt Panure TUNDRA 2015
Matt Panure TUNDRA 2014
Ashley Judd Actress at Indy-car race
Hideaway Speedway 2012
Roger Newell RC winner at Hideaway 2010
Doug Selle 2015
Doug Selle 2016
Nick Murgic Dixieland 200 win
Shane Carlson co-host 2015
Doin' some Rubbin Out There (SFX)
Jordan Previews the 100th Indy 500
Jordan recaps the 100th Indy 500
Adam Brachle Youth Impact Racing 2016
Jason being Interviewed 2017

This in no way is our complete list of interviews.  Speed Talk on 1360 averages over 60 drivers interviewed per year.  Here is the link to our general podcasting site. or Podomatic or Dean Reller Soundcloud
We will try to post more interviews at a later date.

Listen for the return of Speed Talk on 1360 Radio in April on KRWC radio.  If your business is interested in marketing to a motorsports audience for as little as $50 per week, contact Jason at