RADIO: PMN’s Motorsports Madness Remembers Dave Steele Tonight At 7 ET

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Open wheel veteran David Steele, seen here after winning one of many Southern Sprint Car Shootout Series events in his career, died Saturday night after a crash at Desoto Speedway. (Richard Golardi photo)

MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Motorsports Madness will remember the life, legacy and career of renowned Florida open wheel ace Dave Steele during a brand-new two-hour episode, airing tonight beginning at 7 p.m. ET on the Performance Motorsports Network.

Race Chaser Online analysts Jacob Seelman, Tom Baker, James Pike and Rence Brown will be joined by Florida open wheel journalist Richard Golardi (Hoseheads.com, Flat Out Magazine), as they look back on ‘The Man Of Steele’ and his numerous contributions to motorsports in the Southeast and across the country.

In addition, the RCO ‘Fearsome Foursome’ will break down the news of the weekend from around the world of racing, including Kyle Larson’s remarkable weekend sweep in his home state of California, who may be next to roll into victory lane and why Sebastian Vettel’s Formula One victory in Australia was so impressive given Mercedes’ recent dominance.

Dirt track racing expert Steven Ovens will also rejoin the program as he dishes on Brad Sweet’s Outlaws breakthrough, Brandon Sheppard and Timothy Culp’s impressive World of Outlaws Late Model Series performances and some guy named Friesen, who once again found victory lane on the dirt in the Northeast over the weekend.

As always, conversation from all around the racing spectrum is possible on the fastest motorsports show on the web, including the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Red Bull Global Rallycross, super late models, tour-type modifieds, supermodifieds and more!

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Fans can listen to the show live tonight beginning at 7 p.m. eastern standard time in one of the following ways:

  • Download the free PMN Radio app from your smartphone’s app store.
  • Download the TuneIn Radio app or the Aha Radio app from your phone’s app store (both are free and Performance Motorsports Network is on both apps).
  • Visit Performance Motorsports Network’s website at www.PerformanceMotorsportsNetwork.com and hit the “listen live” button in the upper right.

You can chat with the hosts or leave questions for our guests on Twitter during the show @RaceChaserNews.

The show will also be rebroadcast on the Performance Motorsports Network on Monday nights from 9-11 p.m. Pacific time, Tuesdays from 10 a.m.-12 noon Eastern, Wednesdays from 10 p.m.-12 midnight Eastern and Thursdays from 2-4 p.m. Eastern, as well as uploaded on-demand to the Race Chaser Online YouTube Channel for fans who are not able to listen live.

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Race Chaser Online is a national motorsports news site based in Race City USA — Mooresville, North Carolina. RCO is dedicated to bringing you “Your Motorsports, Your Way,” with news, views and interviews from around the globe. Insiders from go-karts and Legends Cars to NASCAR, IndyCar, Formula 1, dirt tracks and Australian Supercars provide exclusive unique content all week long, as they gather news from across the motorsports landscape.

PMN Radio (Performance Motorsports Network) is Race Chaser Online’s wireless mobile radio broadcast partner, with whom they air 15 shows per week on the network and cover multiple different forms of motorsports from their studio in Race City USA — Mooresville, N.C.

Turn 5 Live is a New York-based weekly dirt-track affiliate of Race Chaser Online and PMN Radio, airing live on Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. Eastern on the Performance Motorsports Network.

Stock Car Steel and Aluminum / SRI-Performance is located in Mooresville, N.C.  They are your best online source for metal and plastics, along with the parts necessary to build your racing machine. They are an official motorsports partner of Race Chaser Online and PMN Radio.

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